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That 'Blood' In Your Meat Isn't What You Think It Is

While many people love a good rare steak, others (ahem, Donald Trump) have a fear ? or at least concerns ? about eating meat that looks “bloody.” But before you turn down that juicy rare steak, it’s worth taking a moment to learn about why it isn’t going to hurt you. As it turns out, that “blood” in your steak isn’t blood at all. It’s myoglobin, the protein that delivers oxygen to an animal’s muscles.
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