Beef talk. Who cares where's the beef?

Old 01-31-2012, 06:51 AM
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I don't like ground venison in place of beef but I do love some ground venison mixed with seasonings, shaped & dehydrated into jerky! Hubby just made 3lbs of venison jerky yesterday!
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Old 01-31-2012, 08:47 AM
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I wonder sometimes about venison nutrition bases on where the deer lived. When growing up, my Dad would hunt in the northern part of Minnesota....lots of pine trees with very little grazing land and virtually no crops. Deer lived mostly on young popular shoots, grass, etc. I grew up not liking was tough and dry and had little to no flavor.

Now a days I hunt in the central part of the state where deer spend the summer eating soybeans and early autumn eating corn. The venison from these animals is in my opinion better than many a beef steak.

It would be interesting to see how grain-fed venison would compare to grass-fed beef nutritionally. Did a quick Google search but failed to come up with anything.

For what it is worth, I pretty much use 90% lean beef when logging either into Fitday. Figure that is close enough since I am really only tracking calories and macro-nutrients.
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Old 05-29-2014, 05:54 PM
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I'd a new ground beef sandwich regarding lunch-slices associated with ground beef in between a pair of slabs associated with ground beef and also garnished with thin tape associated with ground beef.
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Old 06-24-2014, 10:19 AM
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If you really think so that you have to give up the red meat, and this what encourage you to make this decision then you're going very well. But I really don't think so that you have to, because if it's not good for you and you such things then you can have in small quantity. do not take it much for being balanced.
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