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Surfingwhippet Wed 02-May-18 19:01:58

I've just taken a pot roast pheasant out of the oven and there are green juices in the meat where the breast meets the leg. I've probed with a thermometer and it's gone above 80°c so i would hope it's cooked. I'm just not sure why it's green.
I can only find information about raw meat being green and not cooked.
Would you eat pheasant like this

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wormery Wed 02-May-18 19:09:01

I wouldn't eat pheasant.

Luckingfovely Wed 02-May-18 19:09:33

Not in a million years. Unless you want to lose a stone in the next three days grin

Surfingwhippet Wed 02-May-18 19:10:58

That's what i thought. It's in the bin now. Thanks

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canihaveacoffeeplease Wed 02-May-18 19:40:31

I wouldn't eat it, and I love game...also one of those ones who go over the use by date as long as the food looks/smells fine.

You made the right choice, sad though it might be!

ladymariner Wed 09-May-18 23:05:43

Yeah I would've thrown ii out too, and I'm the least fussy person in the world. Shame though, roast pheasant wrapped in bacon is just gorgeous!

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