A common concern when feeding raw meat to dogs is parasites. Actually most dogs pick up internal parasites from the ground, fecal matter mosquito and flea bites. These are the top ways a dog gets internal parasites. Your veterinarian typically checks for these through blood and stole samples and treats the parasites accordingly.
There are some parasites that can be in raw meat but freezing the meat for 48 hours kills the parasites. This is how people can eat raw salmon and not be infected. All the salmon and tuna for that matter is frozen first to kill parasites.
All are raw meat based recipes we recommend freezing for 48 hours before feeding. This is not a problem because the finished food is stored in the freezer. Parasite infestation through feeding raw meat to dogs is a scare tactic critics of the diet often use. Keep in mind virtually all critics have never fed a raw meat based diet to their dogs. They have never seen the wonderful results. It is just head knowledge based on personal belief not experience.