Good for You, Healthy, Israeli food, Main courses

Make That Burger Rare, Please

Sliced steak, medium rare, fanned out on white plate with a pile of chopped parsley, as garnish

Israel is gearing up for a country-wide barbecue, come this Thursday, Israel’s 70th Independence Day. The truth is, Israelis like to barbecue any time, but Independence Day absolutely demands getting out the grill. A new article from Israel21C tells us that we should avoid cooking our burgers and steaks well done, as it can lead to fatty liver disease.

Those of you who can only eat meat well done, should try eating meat slightly less well done than preferred, until you acclimate to a new degree of doneness. Then go a bit rarer. Eventually, you’ll be eating it pink, and then maybe even red. You’ll find the meat has more flavor this way and more nutrients, too. It’s the way true beef aficionados eat their meat. And you should, too. For best nutrition, health, and flavor.

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