This is referring to the washing that is done after the salting, meaning that if it wasn’t washed before the roasting, it is still permitted when salted and then immediately roasted. We are not worried about the blood that may be on the salt for the fire will draw it out. and not allow the salt to absorb blood.
 If it wasn’t washed before the roasting, it can be made permissible by the washing after the roasting.
 This is because of the surface blood upon it.
 If the meat was not washed, then this blood is considered as blood b’eyn, and we have already said that the fire does not draw out the surface blood! The answer is that since it is not actual surface blood we say that the fire will draw it out. Nevertheless, if it wasn’t washed, and it lay in salt for the required salting time the fire will not help for the salt absorbed the blood, and regarding blood that is on the surface we do not say “as it absorbed, so will it release.” Regarding that which the Rema says “or that it was salted without being first washed, and then roasted, is still permitted” is even in the first instance. It is phrased in a post facto fashion to tell us that it must be washed after being salted, before being roasted. The ruling of the Mechaber that if it had lay in the salt it becomes forbidden (because the salt absorbed blood) and must therefore be washed before the roasting, is referring to a case where it was washed before the salting as well.
 There is no difference between any type of meat because they all are subject to the rule of “as it absorbed so will it release.”
 It seems contradictory to what we have learned regarding it being stuffed with meat that it is permitted to be roasted without being washed. The answer is that over here we are coming to convey that with eggs it remains forbidden even post fact without salting, but with meat it is only post facto that we permit it.
 Or that they were salted without completing the required salting period. Post facto we permit it even if it was flipped over.
 Whether one wishes it eat it immediately after roasting it, or whether it is to be cooked first, it still must be roasted for at least half the total time, that it can possibly be roasted. If it wasn’t properly roasted then it is even forbidden for it to be cooked afterwards.
 The reason is that after being half roasted, all the blood has come out.
 It is written that if it meat was roasted without having been salted it must be washed three times. This is also said if it salted without completing the required time or if it completed the required time but wasn’t washed afterwards.