posted on Jun, 18 2013 @ 06:52 AM
My advice would be if it smells ok cook the ever loving crap out of it, and everything will be right as rain. To those posters who have been turned
off of a meat due to a single pack of spoiled produce... really? Heres the thing, when meat is spoiled before you even open the package, and the
package is in date, what you do is this. You take the package to the store, you give them the reciept, you tell them you opened it that day, and then
you get a fresh, hopefully not spoiled package of meat in return, and you eat what you planned to eat that day without having a fit about it. Its very
Never let the idiocy of retail meat sales get between you and your animal corpse flesh. Its bad enough all the wheatgrass munching veggies popping up
all of a sudden, without people getting the willies because they smelled a bit of decomposition once!