When you go to a public market,
you easily spot fresh meat,
even it's already cut and displayed,
for some parts of it are moving
or twitching once in a while.
See the video below.
Before buying meat from any supermarket
or grocery or public market,
check its color, its odor, its firmness, etc.
Fresh meat has red color,
and if it's slimy or grayish already,
then it's no longer fresh.
Smell it to know if it doesn't smell bad or foul
because if it does,
then it's spoiled or rotten
and no longer fit for consumption.
Press it with your fingers too,
and if it springs nicely,
then you know it's firm and it's still fresh
because it loses its firmness over time.
Make no mistake in consuming meat
that is spoiled or rotten
to avoid becoming seriously ill.
Check also if the store you're buying meat from
has proper or right storage facilities or equipments
to be assured of quality fresh meat.
And you can always ask the seller
about the freshness of their products
because you have the right to.
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