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29 / M / Louisville, KY
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Posted 8/29/17 , edited 8/30/17
Well done. Burn it, burn it dead.
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Medium well..
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Steaks rare to medium rare, just has better flavor and texture.
Collagen rich cuts well done, it's not really that great to eat unless it is cooked well
Posted 8/29/17 , edited 8/30/17
Ground beef : well done unless I am doing the cooking.
Steaks and other cuts: medium, medium rare
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Posted 8/29/17 , edited 8/30/17
Regardless of what type it is... I tell the cook "If it bleeds, you will too" lol joking. Well done normally although restraunts tend to have a different meaning. Some higher end restaurants rare is 15s on grill each side and its done, some places well done means char-coaled around the edges. depends on where I am.
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Bloody as hell.
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Medium rare or medium well....just depends.
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Posted 8/29/17 , edited 8/30/17

niotabunny wrote:

for a burger I like them medium, I rather like the taste of meat, not the taste of burnt.

for steak rare, once again I like to taste the meat and I rather like steaks to be bloody and warm in the middle.


You got some good taste.
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Posted 8/30/17 , edited 8/30/17
Medium rare.

Pan-fried in butter for 7 minutes each side, medium heat.
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Posted 8/30/17 , edited 8/31/17
For all you guys saying well done, you might as well be eating a dry boot.

My dad was like that growing up and I ended up hating steak until I moved out and had a properly cooked cut.

It also pains me to see people over season good cuts. Some salt and pepper is really all you need.
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