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    say that white turkey meat is the healthiest meat of all. Is white turkey meat really that healthy? In a 100.0g portion, white turkey meat has an amount of 29g protein, 0.1g carbohydrate, 7g fat, 103mg sodium, 239mg potassium and 10mg cholesterol per portion. Lets take a look of what makes white turkey meat that healthy. The major reason is white turkey meat is a rich source of protein which helps lower cholesterol. There are approximately 29g protein in 100 portion size. So a whole white turkey

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    Many of us never really stop to think about the environmental problems caused by the meat production industry. This might be due to the fact that we have not been educated on this increasing dilemma. In today’s society, food companies are advertising how they are going green. The only downside to this is that they are not diminishing the dependency on meat. The problems that this high production of meat brings to the environment are an increase in air pollution, overgrazing, deforestation and the

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    Healthy Diet Essay

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    If you 're looking to lose weight, it 's important to go on a diet. Nowadays, the word 'diet ' is being replaced with lifestyle change. However, at the core of it all, it 's most important to change the foods you 're consuming. It 's commonly known that lots of colorful fruits and vegetables are important to include in a healthy meal plan. Consuming lots of water is also very important too. Unless you 're a vegan, you 'll probably want to eat a lot more than just fruits and vegetables. In this case

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    Garlic powder (1 teaspoon) Diced tomatoes (1 ¼ cups) Pork meat (3 pounds) Onion powder (2 teaspoons) Agave (1 tablespoon) Cumin (1 tablespoon) Diced Yellow onions (1/4 cup) Salt (1/2 teaspoon) Barbeque sauce (1/2 cup) Minced fresh garlic (1 teaspoon) Lime juice (2 teaspoons) Chilli powder (2 teaspoons) Directions: In a crock pot, place all of the ingredients. Heat under low level for 6 to 8 hours. An hour before eating, shred the pork meat. Ser... ... middle of paper ... ...ot brisket If you

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    Oak Wood Research Paper

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    not found in softwoods. That density and dryness are what makes it sought after for construction. Because it is so dense and dry, it is also perfect for smoking meats. The fact that it has less resin allows it to produce a cleaner, dryer smoke when compared to softwoods like pine. Pine and other softwoods can cause creosote to build up on meat, giving it a bad taste. In addition, the smoke from softwoods may contain carcinogens. Oak is one of the main woods used in various regional barbecue styles

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    Vegetarian Essay

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    eliminating meat from their diet. These people have chosen to remove meat in their diet because of health, ethical, and religious reasons. There are varieties of vegetarians, which is separated by what kinds of meats and byproducts has been removed in their diet. This means that there are different categories of vegetarianism not just the stereotypical “all they eat is grass”, some vegetarian still consume meat. For example, pollotarian and pescetarian are a types of vegetarians who still eat meat that

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    Vegetarian Diet Essay

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    Why a Vegetarian or Low-meat-intake Diet is the Healthiest Diet Most people in America live on an omnivorous diet, but with the new vegetarian diet trend, there has become much controversy over if a vegetarian diet is truly as healthy as vegetarians believe. Because both sides make strong arguments, neither side wants to back down and claim defeat, but do they have to? There is a large amount of people who claim there is nothing wrong with the standard western diet, even though there is evidence

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    vegetarianism

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    To most people vegetarianism means the refraining of meat, primarily red meat, from personal consumption. Although the traditional vegetarian abstinence of red meat has grown into a group of varied lifestyles, little is known about them. To some people vegetarians are considered to be a drop out of the hippy era, or are labelled as "weird" or "feral". Because of the misinterpretations surrounding vegetarianism in society I am going to outline the various diets which are recognized as vegetarianism

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    My Memorable Meal

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    I think the most memorable meal I have ever eaten last December 21 of 2013 during our Christmas party in the Philippines. There was a lechon (roasted pig), a bam-i (fried noodle), tinolang manok (ginger native chicken soup), goat caldereta, dinuguan (pork blood stew), fresh lumpia (spring roll), and rice. For our dessert was a fruit salad and a Filipino native wine name tuba made from coconut. It was memorable because of the presence of my family and friends back home in the Philippines celebrating

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    Eating Meat, It Doesn’t Have To Be Black And White. Every person has the ability to make their own choice of whether to eat meat or not. However, eating meat is directly tied to negative health effects, pollution leading to a depletion of ozone, and the depletion of hundreds of thousands of acres of land “wasted” on animal production when they could be used to solve the hunger crisis or lower emission levels. What humans eat is no longer a matter of choice; it has become a matter of life and death

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