, A study done at the University of Nottingham, in the UK, in 2004, showed that rare beef, even when purposely contaminated with E. coli, was safe to eat when cooked ‘rare’ as long as the utensils and prep surfaces where cleaned using normal kitchen sanitary procedures. None of the meat showed any surviving bacteria, except where they were touched by an uncleaned knife or other utensil. In the tests, the surviving E. coli were from re-contamination from the tongs used to turn them. The study proved that rare steak can be eaten safely provided that bacteria are not reintroduced by contaminated utensils. Good news for those of us that like our steaks lightly-cooked.
After an exhaustive internet search, I could find no evidence from any reputable source that the consumption of medium-rare steaks poses any unique health risks whatsoever, so you should feel free to order, or cook your steaks however you like them, and bask in the exquisite taste, smell, and aroma of an expertly prepared ribeye, sirloin or T-Bone.
Ну действительно, а то в нас и так паразитов не хватает
Алсо будто бы что-то плохое