1. Your link never even mentioned transmission of worms via food.2. The juice that comes out of a steak isn't blood, it's myoglobin, a protein found in muscle tissue.3. Unless you're buying your meat off the street, you're not going to be eating infected meat. Reputable butchers source from reliable farms, and inspect their products before they sell them.4. The threshold for which most pathogens die to hear is usually very low. This is why a surface sear is almost always enough to "sanitize" you're meat.
@R4vedave 1. Umm, maybe because it was written in another language but yes it DID mention it there! Several times? ! Are we looking at the same thing? ! I SAW those words! "Parasite infestation in the intestine , anus or butt is a common problem, especially in children (children's maggot worm). But even adults are attacked by worms. The worm eggs usually reach the human body via contaminated food or through body contact with infected animals and trigger complaints."2. Well I didn't know that. If what you are saying is true! but I'd rather be safe! My family ALWAYS eating Medium Well steaks and you cannot change/ control that! ... Once when I was with an ex of mine, he ordered a bit rare of a burger and I didn't in this one hole in the wall joint, and then like the very next day I had food poisoning and I was in the bathroom in pain!
@R4vedave The waitress accidentally switched our orders!
1. Ahh you're right, that's odd, the translation I was getting must've not been accurate, whoops
In the restaurant industry we called that black and blue, or if the wait staff was cheeky, black and moo.
That's tops I forgot to put that in!
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Black and blue.