Just the other day I was asking myself this question! I had a package of chicken breasts in the back of the refrigerator, and they were a week old... Meat is pricey, and I hate to waste it! So... I cooked it! And I was fine! But still, eating bad meat is a BIG no-no.
Greg Bardwell, the manager at Fleishers Craft Butchery in New York City, and he has some tips for buying the best meat. Bardwell said it's important to check the coloring of the meat. "If anything looks pale, it's probably gonna be lacking in flavor and lacking in nutrients," Bardwell explained.
Before you spend any more of your hard-earned money on meat, listen to these tips from an expert!