Why it's not good to wash the meat before you cook it
Anyone who knows how to cook (or even tries) knows that the chicken is washed before being cooked.
Experts say this is totally wrong, and more, it must be avoided, Curiosity informs.
Crude chicken contains Campylobacter, one of the most known toxin-causing bacteria. Knowing this, popular wisdom would say that this meat must be washed.
However, water can not destroy bacteria, but on the contrary, it helps to be transported, reaching hands, towel, sink and practically wherever they are driven by water. Water is therefore the best carrier that this bacterium can have.
The method that destroys this bacteria is cooking at high temperature. That's why chicken has to get through well.
Of course, it is redundant to state that hygiene remains central throughout the cooking process. If you have a meat thermometer in the house, you can use it to make sure the meat temperature reaches at least 74 degrees Celsius.