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Gone. ~Ba.zin.ga+2~ 2 kids; Under your bed, OO, United States 4135 posts
17th Jan '13
lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44076 posts
17th Jan '13

Is it in small little pieces? How long are you cooking it? Just check it before you eat it to see if the meat is done.

tiffany1112 Due November 22; Japan 44 posts
17th Jan '13

I'd throw it out its uncooked meat !

October2011 2 kids; Pennsylvania 7032 posts
17th Jan '13

i dont cook the meat first if i put it in a slowcookier..thats the point..its slowly cooks lol. i mena hopfully you didnt just put it in there in hope to be eating soon.

Kait. 3 kids; Iowa 2345 posts
17th Jan '13

In my crockpot cookbook it says to not add raw hamburger because the crockpot doesn't heat up fast enough to keep bacteria from forming. They suggest to cook hamburger and chicken first.

Crystal 3 kids; Hephzibah, Georgia 15566 posts
17th Jan '13

I wouldn't eat it only because I wouldn't be able to handle all the grease it will have once the burger is done cooking. I always rinse it with super hot water.

♥K + G Due August 27 (boy); 1 child; d***o, 33084 posts
17th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Crystal Marie S.:</b>" I wouldn't eat it only because I wouldn't be able to handle all the grease it will have once the burger is done cooking. I always rinse it with super hot water."</blockquote>




I don't rinse it but I agree with the rest of this post. There would be more excess grease than I prefer in it.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44076 posts
17th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kait.:</b>" In my crockpot cookbook it says to not add raw hamburger because the crockpot doesn't heat up fast enough to keep bacteria from forming. They suggest to cook hamburger and chicken first."</blockquote>




I was wondering if that was the case. Idk how hot they get temperature wise.

Aiden,Jared&Olivia's momm 35 kids; Louisville, Kentucky 686 posts
17th Jan '13

If its little pieces and it's been cooking for hours I would say that its fine

Mr's&Family* 2 kids; Arizona 3702 posts
status 17th Jan '13

I cook the hamburger first, drain the grease, then put it in the crackpot with the rest of the chili ingredients.

~Ba.zin.ga+2~ 2 kids; Under your bed, OO, United States 4135 posts
17th Jan '13
Quoting lolajessup:" Is it in small little pieces? How long are you cooking it? Just check it before you eat it to see if the meat is done."


It is in small pieces, it's been in there since noon, it's 4:30 now and was going to leave it until 7 ish. So 7 hours should be good right?

~Ba.zin.ga+2~ 2 kids; Under your bed, OO, United States 4135 posts
17th Jan '13
Quoting October2011:" i dont cook the meat first if i put it in a slowcookier..thats the point..its slowly cooks lol. i mena hopfully you didnt just put it in there in hope to be eating soon."


Oh no it's already been 4 hours and was going to wait another 3ish. Not too excited about the grease but if it's still edible then what the hell lol. I'll dab it up with paper towels a little bit before I eat it haha.

~Ba.zin.ga+2~ 2 kids; Under your bed, OO, United States 4135 posts
17th Jan '13
Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kait.:</b>" In my crockpot cookbook it says to not add raw hamburger ... [snip!] ... hamburger and chicken first."</blockquote> I was wondering if that was the case. Idk how hot they get temperature wise."


I have it on low and it got hot pretty quickly, maybe 10 minutes and it was hot to the touch.

I'm actually a virgin Due June 9; 1 child; Oregon 18466 posts
17th Jan '13

I would throw the meat (I'm assuming hamburger) in a frying pan with some chili powder, cook it and then add it in.

October2011 2 kids; Pennsylvania 7032 posts
17th Jan '13
Quoting Javi's Mami*[Bazinga!]:" Oh no it's already been 4 hours and was going to wait another 3ish. Not too excited about the grease ... [snip!] ... the grease but if it's still edible then what the hell lol. I'll dab it up with paper towels a little bit before I eat it haha."


o it'll be fine then! I now make my chili on the stovetop cause its faster..but my dad makes amazing chili and ALWAYS puts the raw meat in, thats the only way i've ever read a recipe for it as well.