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GVH-Jon

How do you like your steak cooked?

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Just wondering if there's really more people out there that prefers medium-rare/rare steak than the opposite.

 

I personally always order/cook steak medium-rare and won't tolerate steak cooked above medium.

 

What about you guys?

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I prefer mine medium-rare to medium. It mainly depends on how tender and how well marinated the steak is.

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Rare or Medium Rare is my choice. I don't eat anything more cooked than Medium Rare.

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Rare of course. Anything else is wrong. There shouldn't be any ridiculous sauces with cream or peppercorns or any of that shite.

A good steak with a bit of Maldon seasalt and some freshly ground black pepper is all you need!

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This steak looks cooked just about right:

 

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I go with medium on my steaks -- since I have converted to bison instead of cattle, it's been a bit of a challenge to get the right temps and timing down, but I'll get it down eventually.

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Steak, I don't eat that mad cow.

 

No if I did, it would be medium rare.  That's the healthiest.

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Medium-rare. If if is more done than that, you should give it to the dogs.

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Rare to medium rare.  Occasionally I'll be in the moooooood for blue rare or under.

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I always go for medium rare, but I've never tried anything else, it's what my dad always used to get

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I would go with rare, and medium rare is alright.. anything above is just not my taste! 

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Rare. The best steaks are crispy on the outside and bloody on the inside.  Not an easy thing to do though.

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I cooked that badboy last night... little overdone though, turned out medium(ish). I like rare-to-medium rare. I used to work at a steakhouse and used to great at making steaks... now... not so much. But it was aright. I got distracted with the veggies and overcooked the best part of the meal. Bacon was done in the microwave, so it sucked.

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In any good steakhouse, I can order medium plus.  It's not overdone, but doesn't have any blood.  Everywhere else is medium well, or I get a huge piece of uncooked steak and blod.

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