Yeah, I prefer my meat cooked. I'm not fond of the idea of getting beef tapeworm.
You say tapeworm like it's a bad thing. There has been some evidence to suggest that parasites may help to control asthma (warning -- do NOT read past the "The Decision to..." if you have a weak stomach).
Personally, I'm okay with raw meat, in some circumstances. The less clean the restaurant is, the more well done I want my food cooked (and if it's not looking acceptable, sometimes it's best to go somewhere else) -- but if it's a well established, clean and busy Ethiopian restaurant, (or I'm with someone who speaks the language and they feel comfortable there), I'm willing to eat Gored Gored.
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