To which internal temperature should I cook beef for rare/medium/well done?

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  • To which internal temperature should I cook beef for rare/medium/well done? kiamlaluno

    I am going to cook a beef roast: To which internal temperature should I cook it for rare/medium/well done?

  • |  Rare         |  120 °F to 125 °F  |  49 °C to 52 °C   |  center is bright red  |
    |  Medium Rare  |  130 °F to 135 °F  |  54 °C to 57 °C   |  center is very pink   |
    |  Medium       |  140 °F to 145 °F  |  60 °C to 63 °C   |  center is light pink  |
    |  Medium Well  |  150 °F to 155 °F  |  66 °C to 68 °C   |  not pink              |
    |  Well Done    |  160 °F and above  |  71 °C and above  |  brown throughout      |
    

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