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Two factors contributed to the astonishingly high prevalence: widespread infection with Hepatitis B, and food contaminated with aflatoxin.The soil in Qidong didn’t support rice cultivation, so the population relied on corn.A 2012 study, for example, linked smoked meat consumption with breast cancer.In subsequent decades, it has become clear that smoking isn’t the only problematic cooking method.Although the link between smoking and lung cancer was evident by the end of the decade, few people recognized that tobacco would become the leading cause of preventable death in the United States.Smoking cessation seemed unnecessary and unwise, if not unfathomable.Growing and storage conditions encouraged the growth of a mold that produced the potent carcinogen.

A growing body of research suggests that cooking meats over a flame is linked to cancer.

Combusting wood, gas, or charcoal emits chemicals known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.

Exposure to these so-called PAHs is known to cause skin, liver, stomach, and several other types of cancer in lab animals.

Frying bacon, for example, produces significant levels of PAHs, probably due to volatilization of carbon in the bacon itself. Cooking over an open flame is an ancient practice predating the emergence of our species. The smell and taste of charred meat whisper to our primordial selves; cooking over a charcoal grill evokes the safety and community of gathering around a fire. Even the researchers who study PAHs stop short of recommending prohibitions on high-heat cooking.

An Iranian study published last year found that people who develop certain kinds of gastrointestinal cancers are more likely to have a diet high in fried rather than boiled foods. Staci Simonich, an Oregon State toxicologist who identified several new NPAHs last week, told me, “Everything in moderation.” But the evidence suggests that huddling around a heat source and searing our food is a habit we should at least consider breaking.