Why do people hate well-done steak?

Chef's answer
Well, it's true that the longer you cook a steak, the greater the impact on eating quality. Tender and high quality cuts of beef can easily become flavourless and dry when cooked for too long, which is why most steak-lovers swear against well doneness.1 Mar 2017
Frequently asked Questions 🎓
Well-done steaks are cooked thoroughly and can even have a charred on the outside. They have a grayish-brown color throughout with no sign of pink. They are cooked on a slow heat to keep the steak from becoming tough. Meat that is well done is cooked to 165 degrees.11 Sep 2020
When you look at the meat and it has a gray-brown color with no pink, and has charred blackening on the outside, then you have a well-done steak. It is a challenge to cook beef to this level without overdoing it. The key is to cook on low heat, or else your steak could end up dry and difficult to chew.1 Apr 2020
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RibeyeRibeye. More fat will keep it moist even well done. Cook it until medium well (57-60 degrees) and then rest for 15 minutes on a warm plate covered loosely with foil or plastic wrap.
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