When water reached the boiled point, you say "the waiter boiled." How about food that reaches its cooking point?
Like __ clams, her eyes snapped open.
Your question reminded me of "cookies are done, people are finished," an expression said often by a friend's mother when her daughter would say "she" was "done" doing something ....
"Cooked" seems right but not quite; what about "just-cooked" clams, ....
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