[ RadSafe ] Dear Franz, Drop Dead
crsteinmann at gmail.com
Sun Jun 5 05:46:29 CDT 2011
Franz that sounds damn delicious. What part of the boar is the best
cut of meat?
I have a friend who spent considerable time in Germany, and he likes
to tell the story of watching a wild boar eat a beer can.
On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 11:14 PM, <franz.schoenhofer at chello.at> wrote:
> Cooking contaminated meat reduces the Cs-137 concentration considerably - if you fool cannot understand it, take some courses in radioecology. .
> I have in my freezer some wild boar meat and be sure that I will not put it into a pot of boiling water - is this the way in the place you live
> to prepare venison? Be ashamed! I'll fry it alone or with mushrooms, serve it with pears cooked n white wine, with crocettes or new potatoes or pasta and of course the obligatory lingonberries. I'll have a relative from Canada soon as a guest and I am really considering to serve it to him (and me of course). Be sure that I will not attempt to have it measured for Cs-137 before by good old friends.
> I am not sure whether you understand the "FOOL"- you might be tp foolish to understand it.
> Best regards,
> --- "Geo>K0FF" <GEOelectronics at netscape.com> schrieb:
>> Dear Franz, Drop Dead, radioactive boar meat into a pot
>> of boiling water and cook it thoroughly. Does that make it safe to eat?
>> George Dowell
>> "Why especially wild boar is so highly contaminated still cannot be said.
>> Some people are of the opinion that it is from soil ingestion, some believe
>> that their diet (also earthworms and similar animals) is responsible. We
>> have made extensive investigations, but it seems that neither explanation
>> is reasonable.
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