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How do you eat steaks?


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Well-done. Don't like it when it gets all chewy and won't come apart. A lot of times I've had to pull the steak back out of my throat with my teeth to stop me from choking. Cooking it all the way through fixes that.


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Medium if I'm eating at a place that knows how to properly prepare a steak...

well done otherwise...

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Well-done. Don't like it when it gets all chewy and won't come apart. A lot of times I've had to pull the steak back out of my throat with my teeth to stop me from choking. Cooking it all the way through fixes that.

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Too much information man, too much.

Welcome to Off Topic! Where too much information is only too much if a topic gets locked!

 

Just tellin' it like it is :D I guarantee you there's someone else here that secretly has the same issue with cooked meat.

 


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with a knife and fork?


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I do sometimes appreciate the slight crisp crunch of a carbonized outside, when it's been slightly excellently-done, and all the nasty tallow and fat has been blasted out of it.


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I do sometimes appreciate the slight crisp crunch of a carbonized outside, when it's been slightly excellently-done, and all the nasty tallow and fat has been blasted out of it.

Sounds like you've only ever had really shit steaks to be honest with you. That said, we're all entitled to our opinions and our tastes, so I won't hold it against you (even though you're committing steak blasphemy)


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Sounds like you've only ever had really shit steaks to be honest with you. That said, we're all entitled to our opinions and our tastes, so I won't hold it against you (even though you're committing steak blasphemy)

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No option for blue? Anything beyond blue is ruined for me.

Isn't that basically raw? 

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You don't have an option for less cooked than rare. I feel left out.


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Isn't that basically raw?

No not at all. If done right the outside is cooked to kill any harmful stuff and the inside is super tender and tasty


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If my mom is cooking, blue. (Because she burns everything). Restraint, I like a nice rare steak. Cooked outside. Nice tender inside.


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If I'm at a restaurant, I'll go medium rare.  It's going to sit for a few before it gets to the table, so it will cool for a bit.  If I'm at home, I make it rare as I'm going to eat it right away.

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I don't trust people much, so I get Medium/Medium-Well.


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