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My parents cooked well done near and it was soft and good. The Peruvian restaurants that cooked thin steaks were just as good. My GF also does them well.I have a tough stomach, I guess.
That does look nice, though I wonder how nice it is when trying to chew it.
I'll concede that maybe I just don't know. There's people who think they don't like rare meat because they've never had it cooked properly. Rare doesn't mean raw. Rare doesn't mean just not cooking it. Rare is cooked. I'm sure there's cooks out there who just aren't cooking their steaks, and it leads people to think they don't like rare meat. So maybe there's some secret trick to well done meat too. I don't know.
But I grew up on terrible overcooked steaks, so it's hard to pass on any opportunity to have it medium-rare or below.
I've eaten raw beef and rare, etc steak but I prefer well done. Usually though, I only eat it at home as in Japan, it's almost impossible to get any type of steak unless it's medium rare (especially if the cooks are Japanese). My French friend and I were at Outback Steakhouse in Japan and both my well-done and his rare steaks came back as medium rare. These days, if I go to Outback, I NEVER order their steak. Even when I went to the US, I didn't want the hassle of explaining/arguing with ignorant staff about how to "properly" cook my steak, so I just give up and don't bother to cause a fuss and order anything but the steak.