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Wisconsin DHS: Do not eat raw steak tartare

Christian Fernsby |
Officials with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services are warning against the 'Cannibal Sandwich,' a Wisconsin holiday tradition.

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The Wisconsin Historical Society's website notes the "Cannibal Sandwich" consists of raw, lean ground beef served on bread (especially rye cocktail bread) with sliced onions, salt and pepper.

It's also known as "tiger meat," "steak tartare," or simply, "raw beef and onions."

According to the Wisconsin Historical Society, these sandwiches have traditionally been served at holiday parties and other festive gatherings in the Milwaukee area.

State health officials warn ground beef should always be cooked to 160 degrees, and "eating raw meat is NEVER recommended because of the bacteria it can contain."


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