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 Can you eat medium rare steak while pregnant?

Answer Yes, in fact the extra iron in red meat is more bioavailable (better absorbed by your GI tract) than that found in iron or multivitamin tablets ~ and iron is certainly something you need more of du... Read More »
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How long do you grill a steak for medium rare?

Thickness and the cut of meat determines the length of a steak's grilling time. A 3/4-inch rib eye will take approximately 14 minutes, while a 2-inch Porterhouse can take about 30 minutes. Use a me... Read More »
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How do you like your steak, rare, medium, or well done?

Rare, I actually like to taste the spices.
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How do you tell if a steak is medium rare without cutting into it?

Restaurants use the hand guide. Touch your thumb to your first finger closest to it. Touch your palm with your other hand. This is how tender a rare steak should be. Touch your thumb to your second... Read More »
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How long do you leave a thick steak on the grill for medium rare?

Leave a thick steak on the grill for three to four minutes on each side to cook at medium rare. A thermometer inserted into the steak should read between 130 and 145 degrees F. Cut into the steak w... Read More »
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