Meaning that it completed the required salting time, was washed, and doesn’t even release tzir.
 I don't agree with the ruling of the Rema that if the inside is salted for the required salting period it will not absorb from the outside because the fire will draw out the blood from the outside. If the inside went through the required salting and the outside of the meat was without salt, or if it didn’t even complete the required salting period the insides become forbidden. We don’t say “as it absorbed, so will it release” regarding the inside because it can not release its own blood, and only absorbed from the outside. Only when the inside and outside are equal, meaning they are both salted or both not, is it permitted. In a case where the inside is without salt and the outside was properly salted and washed it is also permitted.
 Each part should be washed separately after the salting, or else it becomes as meat that was cooked without the final rinsing.
 This case is not comparable with the laws of a thick piece of meat because the inside and outside are not considered as one piece. Here we must entirely salt and wash the insides and outsides properly or else it is forbidden to cook it even post facto, as is explained in section 69, sub-section 4.
 It seems that from the wording of the Rema that only meat by itself is permitted, but if there are eggs with meat, even with meat that was not salted, it is subject to the rules as if it were eggs alone. It also seems that if there is sixty in the stuffing, against the prohibited matter, everything is permitted.
 Meaning when filled with eggs it is forbidden even post-facto if the outer as well as the inner part of the meat that has the eggs was not salted.