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    Love my steak rare. I would eat it blue but I like it hot in the middle not Luke warm.
    Reason? Flavorsome juices!!

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    Medium.
    Because it's delicious.

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    Well done, but not tough.

    I can handle a very fine line of pink in the middle, but prefer no pink at all.

    I can't handle meat served in a pool of blood.

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    I'm a medium - medium well eater :-)

    DH (a chef) always gets medium rare and says anything over is a waste of a good steak.

    If I'm eating and have a bad thought about the food I can't eat it. Any blood or really fleshy bits put me off too easily.. Same as with eggs. If I think too much about them or see a yuck bit whilst eating, I can't finish them..

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    Also peeps, it shouldn't be bleeding on the plate if it is well rested - even if it's rare.

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    I order medium rare but sometimes if I don't feel like blood I order medium. Yum, nothing better than a steak with pepper gravy and chips.

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    Medium.

    nice and pink.

    same as a nice lamb fillet.

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    Depends where I order it from as to whether I go medium or medium rare.

    It's funny that you mention parents cooking steak for an hour until its a bit if boot leather. That's basically what m does but when she orders steak at a restaurant she asks for medium. Go figure?!?!

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    Medium, I like it to be pink but not bloody.

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    Well done, always. And smothered in Dianne sauce, yuuuuum!


 

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