I am a Noachide who started to experiment with a raw meat diet, after watching videos such as this:
It has certainly peaked my interest, and now I am strategizing how to approach this in line with my biblical obligations.
One of my first thoughts was about how HaShem treated the topic, and what was the historical context when it came to raw meat.
The only restriction I have put on myself thus far has been the prohibition on eating Carrion, a la:
Every moving thing that lives shall be yours to eat; like the green vegetation, I have given you everything. But, flesh with its soul, its blood, you shall not eat. -- Genesis 9:3-4
I figured this is probably age old wisdom that warned against Carrion for a myriad of reasons. This however says nothing about cooking the meat, and I'd like to know whether meat absolutely has to be cooked for Jew or Noachide? If nothing was specifically said, I would consider this an endorsement of eating raw meat, and that perhaps HaShem meant for this to be this way.
Furthermore, do we know if any significant religious figures considered of high moral character under the Auspices of HaShem, Jewish or Noachide, stretching from Genesis Chapter 9 to the Renaissance, that fundamentally consumed their meats raw?