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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #2 - ilovepelicans
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(08/20/2013) [-]
It's common knowledge that the French don't like their meat very cooked
#67 to #2 - anon id: e4cee254
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It's because the word "seignante" literally translated means bleeding.
User avatar #136 to #67 - implosay
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Saignant*

Un steak saignant, une viande saignante. Depends if the subject is masculine or feminine. "Steak" is masculine, so it will be written "saignant" without an "e" at the end. "Viande" (meat) however is feminine, so it will be written "saignante".
#37 to #2 - stagger
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(08/20/2013) [-]
I was raised in France and I can confirm this. I starved for three months when my dinner decided to run once. I was shamed and wasn't allowed to surrender for weeks.
#199 to #37 - anon id: af3e6f05
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Lel
#28 to #2 - qotsa
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jup. i lived with a french family a few years ago. they even made raw burgers. MFW
#42 to #28 - feckarseturnips
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steak_tartare

I'm willing to bet its not like they dropped an uncooked whopper in front of you. Tartare is normally made with very good cuts of meat.
User avatar #34 to #28 - reinmar
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I don‘t know about raw burgers, but steak tartare is a delicacy
User avatar #35 to #34 - qotsa
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yes i know. but as an austrian, i'm simply not used to it. we had that too. but it just doesn't feel right, it's so cold und tastes strange.
User avatar #48 to #35 - reinmar
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You usually eat it on a freshly grilled peace of bread to so it's still warm. But I see your point and respect it. [Also what does being an Austrian have to do with this?]
User avatar #57 to #48 - qotsa
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oh i just wanted to make clear that i've never eaten anything like that before.
#49 to #48 - feckarseturnips
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Was halfway through my reply above when they doorbell went. This apparent jonny-come-lately moment brought to you by the letters U, P and S. Those brown shirted bastards.
Was halfway through my reply above when they doorbell went. This apparent jonny-come-lately moment brought to you by the letters U, P and S. Those brown shirted bastards.
User avatar #6 to #2 - oliveirajo
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**** YOU
User avatar #23 to #6 - ilovepelicans
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What?
User avatar #3 to #2 - redrex
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you are making me question whether what you said is true or not...
User avatar #8 to #3 - ewowo
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It's true, French like their meat Bleu or Seignant
Blue is like pretty much raw meat, Seignant is rare.
User avatar #9 to #8 - ewowo
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Also Seignant literally means bleeding.
User avatar #17 to #9 - selvest
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I think you mean "Saignant" (the french word for "bleeding").
And yes, French love bleeding meat ( when you cut your meat it just piss blood all over your plate).
User avatar #20 to #17 - ewowo
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Prolly my french isn't that great. Close enough tho.
User avatar #21 to #20 - selvest
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Yes, don't worry you just misplaced one letter, not a big deal.
#7 to #3 - anon id: 4ed3673a
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i think it is, i work at a restaurant that get tourists and whenever i get french people they tell me they want it blue, which is rarer than rare