To offset the carcinogens formed when meat is overgrilled or overbaked, use black pepper or other simple spice marinades, a K-State researcher says.
To offset the carcinogens formed when meat is overgrilled or overbaked, use black pepper or other simple spice marinades, a K-State researcher says. Michael Pearce File photo
To offset the carcinogens formed when meat is overgrilled or overbaked, use black pepper or other simple spice marinades, a K-State researcher says. Michael Pearce File photo

How to decrease your cancer risk when grilling meat

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