Because the meat is ground, there is more surface area for bacteria to grow on.
Because cows have an immune system, for a healthy cow the meat can be assumed sterile until cut from the animal. Cutting exposes the "sterile" meat to bacteria, which can grow on the surface and slowly into the meat. Grinding exposes more surface area for bacterial growth.
depends of the hamburger had bacon on it or not, if it did then the hamburger would win hands down, but if it didn't the steak would win.
What type? It's a sandwich. A bun with a meat patty as a filling. It's the evolution of the Hamburg Steak which was evolution of Steak Tartar. Steak Tartar is seasoned raw beef minced, Hamburg Steak is steak tartar that has been molded together and cooked, the hamburger is a Hamburg Steak on a bun. ...ideally. Few people remember the origins and forget to season the hamburger.
They are made from ground beef, the same ingredient as hamburger.
Beef in the form of a steak, roast, or a hamburger.
No is is a physical reaction.
I would personally say that a hamburger is more safe. It has more healthy foods in it like tomatoes, lettuce, and cheese. The steak is still safe, just not as.
I think it would be hamburger (Salisbury) steak, usually prepared with mushrooms, onions and gravy.
Hamburger comes from the Chinese, but you could just look in a dictionary Actually, the word Hamburger comes from Germany, It was originally called a "Hamburg steak" because in Germany there was a port called "Hamburg" and the staple of the town was a piece of pounded beef, eventually when it traveled elsewhere it was called a "Hamburger Steak" the adjective Hamburger meaning "Of hamburg" and eventually the laziness of human language dropped off the "steak" part and just left Hamburger.