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Question:

What is the minimum internal temperature that raw roasts (pork, beef, veal, and lamb) should be cooked to for at least 4 minutes before serving?

A 145°F
Explaination

Explanation: A roast is a large and thick cut of meat and should be cooked to a minimum internal temperature of 145°F for at least 4 minutes. Because it's much larger than other cuts, it requires more time to ensure that it is cooked thoroughly. By comparison, steaks, chops, and filets are much thinner and only require 15 seconds at 145°F.