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... iron, riboflavin and thiamin, and of course protein. It packs a wallop of what your body needs, and yes it is very good for you. ... (19 replies)
... It's insanely good for you. Great source of zinc. Eat the fat too. ... (19 replies)
... I wouldn't say good for you at all, there are much better and safer ways to get your required protein. ... (19 replies)

... Are there types of steak which are better for you than others? ... (19 replies)
... they are both very good for you.... just make it a variety and, throw in some fish to your diet.. ... (7 replies)
... I think everyone pretty much summed it up. Steak is good and bad for you just like a lot of other foods. It's filled with tons of nutrients but then also bad fats. ... (19 replies)
... pork is an excellent way to add in something other than the same old beef, fish, chicken routine. And, contrary to what most believe, it is no more fattening or bad for you than anything else, if you eat the right cut. ... (19 replies)
... Just as another poster said, steak is neither good nor bad for you. If you enjoy it, eat it and don't worry about it but don't eat too much of it or too often. ... (19 replies)
... just wondering if steak is a good source of protein? ... (7 replies)
... Yes, there definitely is a method. I stir fry food all the time but stir frying doesn't have to mean lots of oil. In fact, the less oil the better. What I do is simply use oil spray to coat the pan and then stir fry in that. As long as the food doesn't stick to the pan it's all OK and mine never sticks. ... (19 replies)
... Yeah these are just called stir fry pork strips (19 replies)
... of chicken and don't feel like eating pork or fish, I make meatless meals. I'll make spaghetti from scratch, or a lentil soup, or a squash soup, etc. Infact if you eat lentils with barley or brown rice it makes a complete protein meal. ... (19 replies)
... I don't know if you can do this with stir fry meat or not. BTW, is that how it is labeled, is it strips or something? ... (19 replies)
... I like stirfry except the problem is it always needs to be cooked in a lot of oil. Is there any other method of cooking I can do to cook the meat without all that oil? ... (19 replies)
... Pigs raised commercially don't eat just "anything you can think of". They are fed feed just like any other animal rasied for market. It is done on a strict FDA standard, inspected facility. Very tightly regulated. ... (19 replies)
... Like has been said, I wouldn't advise eating steak several times a week, but once in a while is alright. I don't see how people can eat it rare though. That upsets my stomach just thinking about it. ... (19 replies)
... And the best way to deal with any fat that is there in a any beef (or other meat) that gets cooked in liquid is to refrigerate the whole thing after cooking (before eating it :) ) and after it cools down, probably overnight) all the fat that had melted off the beef and found its way into the liquid will have solidified on top and you can just pick it right off (before... (19 replies)
... Throw a lean round cut in the Crock Pot over some sliced onions, carrots, potatoes, add spices (rosemary is nice) and a cup of red wine...cook for 6-8 hours. Melt in your mouth and not too much fat. (19 replies)
... I'm just a bit stuck on foods to eat. I do eat a lot of chicken breast and am looking for an alternative one night a week. ... (19 replies)
... I dont' see antyhing wrong with a steak every now and then in moderation. I think the biggest problem is moderation. ... (19 replies)




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