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    Medium rare-so much more flavour. Nom nom now I want steak for breakfast.

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    Rare eye fillet with pepper sauce and chips. You just can't beat it.

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    medium well prawns in garlic sauce poured on top...best!

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    Rare!!! If it's not still mooing send it back lol. I think I like it that way because my parents have always cooked meat so it tasted like leather, looked like leather and your jaw would ache just trying to chew it. Fail. So when I found out there's other ways to cook meat I think I went extreme

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    I like it rare, my OH used to like it well done but over the years with me cooking I've slowly converted him to medium well. He agrees it's has more flavour that way.

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    I love it rare, never had blue but could probably do it. DH is the same. I refuse to eat steak ATM because I have to have it medium max, and it's just not right :-( first thing I'm doing after bubby is born is going to Hogs Breath. Even that's too cooked for me but the don't do it any rarer.

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    Has to be medium with no red or just slightly pink. I cannot handle the texture of the meat when its red.

    Also way back was I was a kid in the 70s I remember there was a big thing about cooking your pork and chicken so it was well done because of disease or some such thing so its always been stuck in my head that if there is some red/pink in the meat that its bad.

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    I believe the term used is destroyed!
    I can't have any pit of pink in any meat I eat! Makes me sick just looking at it

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    I like medium or medium rare, depending on my mood. Sometimes i get a bit funny about the blood so will go medium and sometimes i'm not bothered so go medium rare. No idea why it bothers me sometimes and not other times.

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    Someone explain what blue is?? I.usually get med-well but ive been wanting to try medium im craving juicy red meat and a bit of pink doesnt scare me

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