Is there a health risk to foods cooked in a pressue cooker?
Believe it or not, all foods that are cooked pose a risk to health.
When foods are cooked, whether in an oven, frying pain, or pressure cooker, are damaged by the heat.
The proteins coagulate, the carbohydrates dextrinize, and the fats become rancid.
The best food is raw food, which isn't damaged at all by heat.
Have you noticed that meat has shorter cooking time when cooked in a pressure cooker than in an ordinary casserole?
Beef can be cooked in several ways. Choice is yours. Baking, stew, stuffed beef, curry, beef brisket, beaf steaks and others. These are name of the foods. Usually beef is baked slowly. In comparison to othe meats like chicken or pork, consistency of beef thick and its a harder meat. So it is good to bake it on slow heat. There are many recipes for beef preparation. Here are some with <<slow oven cooked>>: 1…
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Raw foods, especially raw meats, poultry and fish, can carry bacteria such as salmonella, whereas with cooked foods, the bacteria has been killed off. Combining the two, or placing cooked foods where a raw food that contained bacteria was placed, before cleaning it, can cause the bacteria to quickly spread to the cooked food.
Foods that are rich in iron are: chicken/beef liver cooked beef cooked turkey sardines tuna in oil cooked chicken Note: Iron from raw food is absorbed better. pure tehina/tehini sesame halva oat flakes almonds dried figs cooked spinach humous cooked garbanzo beans cooked dried beans cooked lentils dried dates brown bread cooked green peas cooked potato Other foods with high levels of Iron: Collard greens, kale, mustard, beet, or turnip greens Cooked peas Cooked spinach…