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    undercook

    Hi there,
    I want to make a complaint to a restaurant about its food. Is it correct to say like this?

    The vegetables I ordered were undercooked OR too raw to eat. Which one is more correct?

    pete

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    Re: undercook

    Undercooked is fine.

    Since many vegetables can be eaten raw, it's not often vegetables are "too raw" to eat. Raw is just a state of being not cooked at all, so it doesn't have degrees.

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