Gray Ground Beef

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As long as it’s been re­frig­er­ated prop­erly and doesn’t smell funky. gray­ing hap­pens when fresh, cherry-red ground beef gets ex­posed to light and oxy­gen for a while (they al­ter the pig­ments that color it). But the color alone doesn’t tell you whether or not it’s bad.

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