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In Reply to: Poll Question - more info - in what way? posted by billinmd on January 19, 2011 at 21:52:42:
I think a lot of inexperienced cooks cheat. Truth is they don't cheat, they break rules they either didn't read or don't understand. I've heard of ddep fried onion rings in a pork box. A small group of others strecth their interpretation of the rules without reading rep advisories, etc to understand the clarifications availalbe. Now they probably don't think they are cheating but they are breaking rules. Then there's the odd cook looking for an advantage and they like to marinade for 48 hours and they bring a second cooler.
At my last meat inspection, the individual looked at my pork loin roast and my beef tenderloin and said I assume both of those are your dinner. I told the truth and said dinner and breakfast. It's mighty easy to cook something illegal if you want to. Our sport is a little like amateur golf that way in that it's usually just you who can police yourself. Big brother is not watching.
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