What would you like to do?
Veal is beef.
give you protein and fiber. its great for you.
no beef is from cows and pork is from pigs
Corned beef is derived from cattle (beef), not from pigs (pork). Also, don't mistake 'corned beef' for 'corn-fed beef'. 'Corned beef' is a brine cured cut of beef, whereas '…corn-fed beef' is cattle that were fed corn as opposed to other grains.
Yes. You can also cook chicken and beef together, and a variety of meats may be included together in a cooked dish such as a casserole, meatloaf, meatballs, and so on.
Sure you can
Yes, unless you are Muslim or Jewish.
The best thing to do would be to do a 1/2 and 1/2 combination. You can also do a 1/3 beef 1/3 turkey and a 1/3 pork. It would be even better
Beef is definitely more healthy. Sorry to those pork lovers but even in high temperatures the bacteria in pig meat does not die. The bacteria comes from the food they eat. Pig…s will eat almost anything including their own feces(poop). Its gross but its true. Cows eat mainly grass and other plants. Pork
In theory you can, provided that you get the internal temperature of 160F (71C) for your pork. That is the FDA recommended internal temperature for pork. There really isn't an… internal temperature recommendation for beef, just basic guidelines for rare, medium, well-done, etc... if you are going to be cooking them in the same pot, I would always recommend cooking both to an internal temperature of 160F. That is the temperature when pork is deemed safe to eat, so you have to cook your beef to the same temperature because they are being cooked sharing the same liquids and juices. However, you should also be aware of any allergies that anyone might have when combining different types of meat. A friend of mine is allergic to pork, but not beef, so doing something like that would be mighty dangerous around her. So... can you? Most likely. Should you? At your own risk. I would always recommend cooking separately, just in case, but if you are careful there is no reason why you couldn't.
yesss... why not?
No. Pork is made from pig and beef is made from cow. completely different.
you cant eat either of them if you are Jewish
There is no such thing. Pork comes from pigs and beef is cow meat, two entirely different animals. It is, however, possible that a badly punctuated recipe meant to refer to …a mixture of ground pork and ground beef.
Marinade is used to enrich the flavor and tenderize food. Acidic ingredients used in marinades includevinegar, lemon juice, or wine, flavored with herbs or spices. Marinades… for red meat may or may not contain oil, because the meat will usually contain enough fat. Marinadeshould be thin enough to better penetrate the meat. A good ratio is 1/2 cup marinade per 1 lb. of meat. The length of time to marinate food will depend on a few factors: . If your marinade recipe contains acid, alcohol or salt, you should marinate less than four hours. . If your marinade recipe contains citric juices, such as lemon or lime juice,marinate for less than two hours. . If your marinade recipe contains no salt, acid or alcohol, you can marinate overnight or longer. You should use glass or plastic containers to marinate, as metal may react with the acid in the recipe. Alwaysmarinate in the refrigerator to avoid bacterial growth, even if therecipe calls for room temperature. Below is a delicious marinaderecipe for marinating beef, pork, chicken and turkey. Perfect Marinade Ingredients: 1 1/2 cup salad oil 3/4 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup worcester sauce 2 tablespoons dry mustard (prepared mustard is fine) 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon coarse black pepper 1/2 cup wine vinegar (white is fine) 1 1/2 teaspoon parsley 2 cloves garlic, crushed (1 teaspoon garlic powder is fine) 1/2 cup lemon juice 1 package onion soup mix Procedure: . Whisk together all ingredients thoroughly. . Pour marinade in a gallon-sized zip-lock bag or plastic container with a lid. . Place meat in marinade; seal bag or cover with lid. . Refrigerate 4 hours. . Drain well before cooking your meat. .