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Old 01-16-2010, 10:36 AM   #16
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Steve their is a study that showed you can actually wash the beef with hot water and a strainer that you are cooking and greatly reduce the fat. I will find the study and post it for you, I have it on my laptop somewhere. I have been using this method for probably over a year with great results(Used it during my prep). I just cook my beef, rinse as the directions say, put it back in a pan and add seasoning.
That sounds interesting. I generally eat mostly ground turkey or beef, and turkey and beef patties, but lean ground beef is really the cost culprit for me. I also eat tilapia, tuna, and chicken, of course, but those foods get somewhat boring for me.
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