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Checking the internal Temperature

Most instant-read thermometers work best when the tip is stuck at least an inch deep into foods.On a thin steak , the tip can go right through the meat if inserted from the top.Use this tip for steaks as well as chops. For the most accurate reading, hold the steak with a pair of tongs and slide the tip of the thermometer through the side of the steak.Make sure that the shaft is embedded in the meat and not touching any bone.The steak is done when the temperature regis ters 120 degrees for rare, 125 to 130 degrees for medium-rare,or 135 to 140 degrees for medium.

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Buying seasonal, local food is a boon for the environment for a lot of reasons. Since most food travels many miles to reach your table (1,500 miles, on average), locally sourced food cuts back on the climate-change impacts of transportation. Local food also generally uses less packaging, is fresher and tastier, and comes in more varieties. It also supports small local growers and lets them get more for their produce by not having to spend so much on packing, processing, refrigeration, marketing, and shipping.

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