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    Which meats do you avoid?

    What meats do you guys try to stay away from? I am curious which is bad meat to be eating.?

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    Re: Which meats do you avoid?

    Human meat...
    No but seriously, basically all kinds of marinaded, processed and super high fat stuff.
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    Re: Which meats do you avoid?

    i mean why do you need to 'try to stay away' from things? just do it

    on what planet is a hot dog better than a nice fatty steak?
    or are turkey cold cuts better than actual turkey breast on thanksgiving?

    the best thing you can do with meats are learn to cook them yourself. restaurants bring in frozen meat, drench their foods with hydrogenated oils so they stay preserved and have more flavor. it is why people are addicted to fast food, it isn't that the food is any good. a chicken sub from subway has 24 ingredients in it! an actual chicken breast has 1 ingredient which is chicken breast.. why do restaurants do this? the simple answer is to save money.

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    Re: Which meats do you avoid?

    When cutting, I remove bacon.
    I never eat sausages, Franks. The reason being is that they're made from leftovers from everything else.

    I like chicken hearts, I live in Asia, but they're high in cholesterol and should remove them.

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    Re: Which meats do you avoid?

    French fries and alcohol this is not so bad if you respect quantity but much addictive than crack.


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    Re: Which meats do you avoid?

    Processed meat. Everything else is consumed in moderation.

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