In a recent Reddit AMA, Reddit user “KotakuAce” discussed a potential solution to this problem: buying meat thermometers at meat markets.
KotakakuAces reasoning for buying meat-testing meat thermometer was that he didn’t have one.
Instead, he used a device called the Temporally-Aged Meat Thermometer, which is a device that allows users to take a photo of meat inside the carcass of an animal.
This device has been widely adopted by consumers as a convenient way to test the quality of meat.
Kazunobu Tanaka / Bloomberg via Getty ImagesKotaking a picture of an adult male deer on a meat thermolumeter will show you how much the carcasses temperature has risen, so that you can accurately gauge the amount of fat, lean, and meat inside an animal’s carcass.
For instance, if a deer carcass is being prepared for a cooking, the thermometer will show that the deer’s body temperature has been rising by 5 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can make a sure that the meat you are about to eat is actually tender.
This information will allow you to make informed decisions about what to eat, which will help you choose better food.
However, in order to get a reliable picture of the temperature of the meat inside a carcass, you will need to buy a thermometer that allows you to take pictures of a deer and the meat itself, or use a mobile device like a smartphone or tablet.