Woman called ‘disturbing and disgusting’ for cooking a steak for her boyfriend in the TOASTER11/15/2020
WHETHER you prefer yours super rare or VERY well done, surely we can all agree that cooking a steak is a fine art.
That said, one TikTok user has left the internet horrified after she put two perfectly good steaks in the TOASTER – and let's just say, we don't recommend trying this at home.
Using the "#chef" hashtag, the American woman – known only as Juliette – captioned the video: "Cooking steak for my boyfriend."
In the viral clip, Juliette stuffs two uncooked steaks into her toaster and puts them on a medium heat setting.
After flipping the steaks round several times, she then removed them from the toaster when they were lightly brown on the outside.
Once they'd cooled down a little, Juliette proceeded to slather the meat in steak sauce and filmed herself taking her first bite.
And while it might seem like a quick (yet deeply unhygienic) mealtime fix, Juliette will have to deep clean her toaster after contaminating it with raw meat.
What's more, the unusual method is less likely to cook the steak all the way through and leave it not just rare but raw in the middle.
The video has now been viewed over 1.2 MILLION times – and needless to say, it sparked fierce debate in the comments.
"I just watched a crime happen," one replied.
Another added: "Don't toast it you DONUT."
A third joked: "Did this today! Now I'm in hospital."
Meanwhile, others branded the clip "disturbing and disgusting" and were horrified by the lack of seasoning above all else.
Unable to hide their disgust, another wrote: "You can tell how chewy it was…" *shivers*
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