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Medtalk Not sick, not mentally disturbed, healthy
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For a nice beef roast, the meat should have a core temperature of 70 degrees Celsius for medium, or 80 to 85 degrees if you prefer your meat well-done.
Overall, the layout is uncluttered and well-done, but at points the photos interrupt the text, some photos do not match the text on the same page, and the sequence of photos defies the chronology.
Restaurants often recommend well-done meat to minimize the potential for foodborne illness.
For medium/well and well-done steaks, I transfer the steak into a hot oven (200C), after sealing for 2' minutes on each side - four minutes for medium/well and six minutes for well-done.
Cook for a further 8-9 minutes depending on how well-done you like your egg.
Well-done as requested, it still retained not only its tenderness but juiciness as well.
For one thing, investigators have to rely on people who report how much of what they eat, and one person's "well-done" meat, chicken, or fish could easily be another's "medium" or "very-well-done." And it may turn out that HCAs don't have much impact on the risk of cancer.
Only Science News had short, well-done, interesting pieces on all different science areas.
Although several studies have linked a Western diet--including a high intake of red meat--to an increased risk of prostate cancer, a large prospective cohort study has narrowed the risk to well-done or very well done meat.
Patrick's Eve, we sauntered into an Irish bar downtown (Coley's, now long gone) for a pint, song and something well-done and soggy, as I recall.
The cross-reference system and the subject index are particularly well-done.
All the more reason, then, for this well-done account.