What's the internal temperature of pork ribs?
The USDA recommends cooking pork ribs to an internal temperature of 145°F for safety reasons. However, at this temperature the meat is rubbery and tough. Pork ribs aren’t ready to be served until their internal temperature reaches 195°F to 203°F.
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