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Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 9:22pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Well I've been diving into the New O Cookbook and in the recipes with Hamburger Meat the recipe does not ask me to drain off the drippings.  Does this mean I leave them in?  I'm using grass fed beef.
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I would (and do) leave the drippings in my ground beef.


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Must be beneficial stuff in the grease!  
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Must be beneficial stuff in the grease!  

One of the major reasons for using grass-fed meat is to get the beneficial fat ratios...


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Grass-fed meat is high in Omega 3, which is anti-inflammatory.

Grain-fed meat, on the other hand, is high in Omega 6, which can contribute somewhat to inflammation.  

And if it's not chemical-free meat, I would not want to eat the fat drippings.  That's just me.  



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Grass-fed meat is high in Omega 3, which is anti-inflammatory.

Grain-fed meat, on the other hand, is high in Omega 6, which can contribute somewhat to inflammation.  

And if it's not chemical-free meat, I would not want to eat the fat drippings.  That's just me.  


Yes I agree Victoria!  But is all grass fed beef is chemical free?    How can one tell if it's chemical free?
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