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How do I tell when the meat is done?

Doneness

Determine the "doneness" of steaks by making a small slit near the bone and checking the color. For boneless cuts, make a small slit near the center or check the temperature with a meat thermometer. -- George Foreman and Cherie Calbom, George Foreman's Knock-Out-The-Fat Barbecue and Grilling Cookbook (1996)

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