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    Apologies to my Vegan/Vegetarian/Non-Steak Eating brothers and sisters


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    How do you like your steak? And do you think there is a difference in taste between rump/ribeye/fillet that is worth the variation in price?
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    Mine needs to be proper cooked,I wonder how people manage to eat theirs with blood dripping
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Mine needs to be proper cooked,I wonder how people manage to eat theirs with blood dripping
    The steak in the picture had sat on a cooling rack for about 10 minutes where most of the blood had dripped off. The taste of a well done steak as opposed to rare is completely different.
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    Bloody like a vampire with a side of garlic.
    My steak was cooked with lots of garlic and thyme but I don't have the garlic as a side dish. I make a garlic butter and just baste it with that.
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    Bloody like a vampire with a side of garlic.
    Does it still taste nice. I just cannot...
    I'd throw up at the sight of an uncooked looking steak with blood dripping
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    Well done, but not so well done that it's dry and burnt.

    Maybe 95% -- so that it's not dry, but not bloody
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Does it still taste nice. I just cannot...
    I'd throw up at the sight of an uncooked looking steak with blood dripping
    Does my steak not look good?

    It tastes incredible. A well done steak is an abomination in my opinion, especially if you fork out and spend money on a prime cut.
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    Medium-rare.
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    (Original post by MountKimbie)
    Does my steak not look good?

    It tastes incredible. A well done steak is an abomination in my opinion, especially if you fork out and spend money on a prime cut.
    It does but I just can't eat steak with pink flesh still visible
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    (Original post by Terry Tibbs)
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    Didn't that start by throwing a lump of meat on the side of a furnace so the outside was seared, and eating it?

    Basically raw...
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    It does but I just can't eat steak with pink flesh still visible
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    It does but I just can't eat steak with pink flesh still visible
    You're Syrian right?? Do you eat shwarma? I have my lamb pink as well.
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    (Original post by MountKimbie)
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    Apologies to my Vegan/Vegetarian/Non-Steak Eating brothers and sisters

    Whipped this up a few days earlier.

    How do you like your steak? And do you think there is a difference in taste between rump/ribeye/fillet that is worth the variation in price?
    I prefer mine cooked slightly more than that, but I certainly wouldn't turn that down :drool: Would rather undercooked than overcooked or you're essentially just eating a burger :lol:
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    Filet/Filet Mignon: Rare, Anything else: Medium Rare.

    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Mine needs to be proper cooked,I wonder how people manage to eat theirs with blood dripping
    It's not blood. Also eww.
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    Well really it depends on the cut of the meat you are eating.

    If ribeye not below medium, the fat running through it needs to be cooked at least to medium for the full flavour to be appreciated.

    If fillet though then rare is the way to go.

    This was before I became vegetarian/chegan.


    Now I like my steak like I like my men......


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    (Original post by MountKimbie)
    You're Syrian right?? Do you eat shwarma? I have my lamb pink as well.
    Yes and yes I do. Omg just why?
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