When eating steak, the waiter will most likely ask you if the steak is cooked. If you have six maturity, you may be jokes. In fact, there are only six criteria for steak maturity, namely:
Whole Life – Raw: Raw beef that has not been cooked at all, will only be used in certain beef, such as yak meat, Kittfu, etc.;
A mature – Rare: only fried surface, grayish brown on the outside, red blood on the cut surface;
Three mature – Medium Rare: grayish brown on the outside, red blood on the face;
Five mature – Medium: grayish brown on the outside, cut in red;
Seven mature – Medium Well: mostly grayish brown with reddish flour;
Full cooked – Well done: The surface is less charred and the cut surface is completely grayish brown.