I used to not like the red in my meat, but its a lot better than you think. The black on the burnt meat is carbon. Carbon is disgusting. Seriously though, just try a medium steak sometime. I tried it once and was a very medium well no pink loyal steak kinda guy, but now all I get is medium.
dealinator (rep: 263) posted Apr 13, 2012
@dealinator: I have tried less than well done beef (steak, roast beef, burgers) on a number of occasions over the years, sometime inadvertently (looked done outside or in a dimly lit restaurant), and sometimes because it was either that or nothing where I happened to be at the time, and to this day I really can't stand anything less that 100% well done. If there's only a slight trace of pink, I can hold my breath and not chew it too much and swallow it quickly like taking some awful medicine. It's definitely not enjoyable for me. Anything more than a slight trace of pink and I literally gag from the taste and texture of it.
I understand that I'm in the small minority on this matter, but it always baffles me that most people prefer under-cooked beef while they would never accept any other meat that way.
fluffy (rep: 2.2k) posted Apr 13, 2012
fluffy, did you know there are parrots that eat sheep? lol Well I like my meat either so cooked it's almost cripsy on the edges or a nice medium rare, heavy on the blood. It just depends on the cut. Prime rib has to be a little bloody or what's the point? lol...
@encorez, I finally got the gutter thing haha.
dealwagger (rep: 10.3k) posted Apr 14, 2012
@dealwagger: I thought your "parrots that eat sheep" link was going to lead me to some kind of joke or something! Being a bit suspicious of the article from 1882, I did a little googling for something more current on the topic and found this, complete with a picture of a victim sheep:
Looks like part parrot, part hawk! It even eats other BIRDS!
fluffy (rep: 2.2k) posted Apr 14, 2012
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