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Shaved roast beef gold in colour

Have you ever turned over a slice of roast beef and caught that glimmer? Even when fresh, some sliced meats give off a metallic sheen that can give you pause. Unless your meat is starting to smell or that rainbow of colors is accompanied by some fuzzy growing microbes, your lunchmeat is safe to eat. Optical interference happens whenever a light wave reflected off one surface encounters a wave reflected off another surface close by. When these waves overlap, we see only the resulting sum.
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Why beef with a 'rainbow' is NOT tainted

Shaved roast beef gold in colour
Shaved roast beef gold in colour
Shaved roast beef gold in colour
Shaved roast beef gold in colour
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Once the date on the label passes, you begin to inspect your roast beef with a little more scrutiny, poking, sniffing and prodding the meat for signs of mysterious and all-too-ominous spoilage. By and large, your own senses serve as the most reliable means of determining edibility and freshness. Most likely, your first inspection of questionable roast beef will be visual. Don't feel too alarmed if the meat isn't the exact same color as it was when you bought it; according to the USDA, color changes, a result of simple oxidation, are normal for meats.
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Almost "rainbow" like. See the beef eye of round picture above as an example. Again, rainbow like.
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By David Mccormack. For squeamish people and picky eaters the appearance of a rainbow-like sheen on roast beef and processed ham has long been taken as confirmation that the meat is spoiled or tainted. But this commonly held food myth is in fact false. Over the years there has been enough speculation about the safety of rainbow beef that the Department of Agriculture has sought to set the record straight once and for all. Beef Rainbow: The USDA has explained that when light hits a slice of meat it splits into colors like a rainbow it is called 'diffraction grating' and is due to the elements present in the meat.
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