Health law contradiction

ollinger

G.O.A.T.
Stayed at a very fine hotel in Vancouver recently, wife ordered a burger from room service, asked for it medium-rare but was told British Columbia health laws require it to be medium-well or well done. Had dinner at a restaurant in the same hotel subsequently and there on the menu was bison tartare.
 
Stayed at a very fine hotel in Vancouver recently, wife ordered a burger from room service, asked for it medium-rare but was told British Columbia health laws require it to be medium-well or well done. Had dinner at a restaurant in the same hotel subsequently and there on the menu was bison tartare.
I wonder if the law was passed for fear of lawsuits.
 

r2473

G.O.A.T.
Stayed at a very fine hotel in Vancouver recently, wife ordered a burger from room service, asked for it medium-rare but was told British Columbia health laws require it to be medium-well or well done. Had dinner at a restaurant in the same hotel subsequently and there on the menu was bison tartare.
During the Bubba Burger scare a few years ago, there were some interesting articles on ground beef.
 

GBplayer

Hall of Fame
Any infections are on the outside of the meat, so a quick flash cooking will kill them.

When the meat is minced, any infections are distributed throughout the burger.
 
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