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Recently, I received an inquiry from a reader about what cuts are beef are appropriate for the Paleo Diet.
June 7, 2011
Recently, I received an inquiry from a reader about what cuts are beef are appropriate for the Paleo Diet. The reader knew that it was important to eat lean cuts, but he didn’t know what was considered a lean cut of beef. In cooking school, students are taught every cut of meat, where it came from on the animal and how to cut it. This knowledge lets them make informed decisions when doing grocery shopping.
Mysteries don’t exist along the meat aisle for me. After reading this article, they’ll be gone for you, too. The key to purchasing meat when following the Paleo Diet is to select lean cuts. If you’re purchasing fresh fish, it doesn’t matter if you’re getting a steak or fillet. All fish is lean. However, if you have a hankering for beef, the right cut makes all the difference. Eating a diet of high-fat beef is not what the Paleo Diet is about.
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