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I wondered how to pack things for running into one package. Package contents: running gloves, running caps, reflectors stripes,  Watches-sporttester, puls sensor

I wondered how to pack things for running into one package.

Here's the a list of the proper temperatures for making sure your meats are cooked properly: Beef, veal, lamb, duck, burgers, dausage, chicken, turkey, fish, pork, ham, and eggs.

Here's the a list of the proper temperatures for cooking whole cuts of beef (steaks, roasts, etc.) Be sure to cook hamburger to F!

This is the way I was taught when I worked in a pro kitchen. Much better than cutting the meat and letting the juices spill out.

A quick trick to test the doneness of your beef. The fleshy part of your palm mimics the tenderness of your beef. For example, if you like your steak rare, your beef should be as soft as your palm while it's wide open and relaxed.

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LPT: Turn a Coca Cola or any other can into a mini stove!

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