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Rare Hamburgers Illegal?


Amida0616
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Same regulations here in NC. Cannot get a rare burger! (except in one restaurant we go to frequently, guess the regular customers won't turn them in! Either that or they don't really like us and want us to get sick!)

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I have been told by serval people who have owned/run/cooked in restaurants in SC that unless the meat is purchased directly from the producer (not wholesaler or broker) and ground in house (not supplied in ground form) that it is permissable to cook to "rare" or :medium rare".

For the record there are 2 restaurants in the Charleston area that will serve a burger cooked to "rare": Rue de Jean, located on John Street in Charleston and Poe's Tavern on Middle Street Sullivan's Island.

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Ross

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