View Full Version : Ground beef confusion
04-06-2002, 06:40 PM
Im having trouble with figuring out ground beef servings. I want to eat all of the fat in the burgers I cook so I started adding the grease (which came out of them during cooking) and weighing it. But when I weigh the burgers with all that grease the weight slowly starts to increase. Whats going on? Is it the saturated fat turning solid?
04-06-2002, 08:39 PM
... You put the grease back in? Thats revolting and can't be healthy.
Please leave the grease out. There is quite enough saturated fat in a burger even after you have grilled it.
Saturated fat is regarded as a 'bad' fat and competes in your body with 'good' fats, too much saturated fat can inhibit the action of the good fats.
Moderate intake of saturated fat is OK.
04-07-2002, 07:32 PM
mmmmmmmmmmmm...... ground beef, ahhhhhh...
04-07-2002, 07:47 PM
grill the burger man, tastes better and it you dont want all that extra fat. its naturally like 50% fat and 50% meat, after cooking its more like 75/25 which is alot of fat, especially if you grill 5 pounds like me and just eat it off the grill
Get a george foreman grill
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