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Yeah, how do you cook (and eat) something that lives in 300°(F)?

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  • Yeah, how do you cook (and eat) something that lives in 300°(F)?

    I've actually thought about that as well, Obby. But I've seen specimens of Hydrothermal Vent creatures (at the Smithonian's Museum of Natural History) such as crabs, shrimp, clams, and vent worms. Trust me, you wouldn't want to eat them as they look extremely unappetizing even to an omnivore like me and I grew up eating shellfish.
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    Test the temp of your grill. What is the temp of the grease in the skillet when you fry an egg?
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      Food Prep

      Most, but not all human sustenance, is killed before eating. Dead proteins are easy to cook. Not every food gets prepared by heating. Some get chilled... Many seafoods are kill it, chill it, eat it.

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