No. Shellfish, commonly referred to as seafood, is not considered a meat by the EU, US FDA, the USDA, the Catholic Church and most Talmudic, Buddhist, Hindu or Koranic authorities as a meat.
assuming each eats around 1/4lb then about 12.5lbs lunch meat
You can buy Sausage Casings at your local food market.
They don't have another name, per se...however, breaded veal cutlets are often referred to as Cotoletta (an Italian name, meaning "little rib"). The most common dish that is prepared, using breaded veal cutlets is Veal Parmesan, in which the fried cutlets are topped with a marinara sauce and Parmesan cheese.
Apparently, yes. But it might not taste that good since it tends to be salty.
Yes you can; or at least, you can simmer a pot roast. If you actually boiled it, you'd end up with something inedible.
Don't cover the roast in water, only about half way. Simmer for about 45 minutes, add onions, potatoes, carrots, celery and simmer for about another hour. Great one pot meal!
soya meat, that's it.
If you use the term Tripe to describe any stomach lining, then, yes, humans have tripe. Tripe is generally considered the edible stomach lining from any number of farm animals.
The Krushems... but only the malteser and chocolate ones.
I know the Nuea pad prik, it's a Thai pepper steak and fried hot and spicy meat) is a Thai dish of chilli beef with herbs. This is a stir-fried dish that includes shallots, garlic, hot chili peppers, bamboo shoots,green onions, mint and basil leaves, soy, fish, and oyster sauces and palm sugar.
It is because red meat takes longer in its journey through your body to digest, and then "goes off" while on its travels, which then release toxins that cause an upset stomach
Red meat never upsets my stomach nor does it "go off" in my stomache. I chew my meat before I swallow and since your system was designed to use meats and veggies and grains and nuts of all types you shouldn't be having any troubles if you chew your food properly and don't over eat and eat slowly.
The tenderloin is actually a muscle found just behind the lower portion of the rib cage, near the kidneys. This muscle is used much less than other muscles, and is therefor much more tender. It's actually the most tender cut on the animal (much less stringy than others). All animals have this tenderloin/muscle (as do humans). In beef, the tenderloin can be cut into steaks, like the filet mignon or is often used for steak tartare (which requires a high quality meat). In pork, the tenderloin can be purchased shrink-wrapped in a marinade, or shrink-wrapped plain. The most common use, aside from simply cooking the entire tenderloin, is in the Mid-Western U.S. it is thinly sliced, seasoned, battered, and fried--served on a hamburger bun, with ketchup, mustard, onions, and pickle. (This sandwich, simply called a "Tenderloin" is much like the Austrian dish, Wiener Schnitzel) And, in chicken and turkey, the actual tenderloin can be found by pulling the breast meat away from the ribcage. The tenderloin is between the breast meat and the ribs. Because they are so tender and delicate, they typically are NOT used in "Chicken Tenders" found on most menus. The "Chicken Tenders" on those menus are most often cuts of the breast, cut lengthwise, breaded, then fried. Except in some Fast Food venues, where prices are kept relatively low, some venues utilize processed/pressed chicken which is then formed into the "Chicken Tender" shape.
You store Duck meat in duck fat
Bacteria that most commonly feed off of raw meat include these genera:
These are the genera of common spoilage bacteria found on raw meat products.
Yes they do. They're actually 90% carnivorous.
You can absolutely cook a pot roast on high in a slow cooker; however, to maintain a tender cut, the low heat setting is recommended.
The name of the artificial meat is PROCESSED meat..!!! Like chicken nuggets from wendy's or mcdonalds is not meat it's actually PINK thicke GOO!!!! That they color white and give the texture of 100% all white chicken..
Red meats, like beef and pork, tend to be high in fat. Other than this, though, a diet high in meat in general is bad for you, because it lacks vital nutrients. A significant consequence of a high-protein, low-carb diet is lack of fiber, resulting in constipation. You should try to follow the food pyramid, eating mostly grains. Some healthier protein choices are legumes/beans, nuts, skinned chicken, and even yogurt.
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