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Fat content of ground beef

by Lester Hankin

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Published by Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in New Haven, Conn .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Lester Hankin and J. Gordon Hanna
SeriesBulletin / Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 816, Bulletin (Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 816.
ContributionsHanna, J. Gordon, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Connecticut. Dept. of Consumer Protection
The Physical Object
Pagination[4] p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24641025M
OCLC/WorldCa18940924

nutrient values for retail ground beef products varying in lean/fat content from 95% lean/5% fat to 70%lean/30% fat. For consumers, the label declaration is the primary source of information as to the product’s fat content. Proposed labeling regulation for single ingredient meats will require that the actual content of fat not exceed.   Learn the fat content and calories of different types of chicken, fish, and beef; roasted, broiled or baked. This chart also includes cholesterol and protein content, and .

Ground beef derived from a single area of the animal is known as a source grind. Ground sirloin, for example, is ground beef sourced from the sirloin area of the animal, and typically falls at the 90% lean/10% fat content. Other source grinds include ground round (typically 85% lean/15% fat) and ground chuck (typically 80% lean/20% fat).   Read the Fast Food hamburger meat: Percentage fat? discussion from the Chowhound Restaurant Chains, Burgers food community. Join the discussion today.

  Acceptable fat content levels for meat are set out by Health Canada: Extra lean ground beef/chicken/pork may not exceed 10 per cent fat Lean ground meat may not exceed 17 per cent fat. Ground beef is one of the most popular meats to cook with and is a staple of many American comfort food recipes. But what do you really know about it? We've created this Guide to Ground Beef How to Buy, Store, and Cook Beef to help you learn all there is to know about ground beef. Navigating the beef aisle at the grocery store can be overwhelming for even the most experienced shopper.


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Fat content of ground beef by Lester Hankin Download PDF EPUB FB2

4-Ounce Portions. Ground beef, pork, veal, or lamb must be cooked to a minimum temperature of F/ C. Ground poultry must be cooked to a minimum temperature of F/ C. Ground round: 85 to 90 percent lean/10 to 15 percent fat. Ground sirloin: 90 to 92 percent lean/8 to 10 percent fat.

Lean and Extra-Lean. Most markets have switched to labeling that includes both the fat and lean percentage content to help consumers make their selections. If the label does not contain fat or lean percentages, let the color be Author: Peggy Trowbridge Filippone. Labeling of Boneless Beef, Ham or Poultry Products.

Labeling of Modified Breakfast Sausage, Cooked Sausage, and Fermented Sausage Products Identified by a Nutrient Content Claim.

Labeling of Modified Substitute Versions of Fresh (Species) Sausage, Hamburger or Ground Beef Products. Pasty (Cornish Style) Pizza Burger. Pizza Sauce with Sausage.

Go for ground beef with even more fat for the best meatloaf. This is because it cooks for a longer time than, say, meatballs, so you don’t want to risk it drying out and resulting in a crumbly, unpalatable mess. Fernald recommends trying 70/30 beef. You could also try using a mix of ground beef and ground pork, using pork for a third of the.

Well, you're looking to swap in bacon fat for missing beef fat. The chicken is what it is. If you think that mixing in the chicken in and of itself will result in something a little dry then sure, a bit more bacon fat couldn't hurt. Also, the fat amount I gave above is for each pound of beef. The definition of ground beef is chopped fresh and/or frozen beef Fat content of ground beef book primal cuts and trimmings.

The maximum fat content in any ground beef is 30% (70% lean) by law. No water, phosphates, binders, or other meat sources may be added and still be labeled as ground beef. If a ground beef label has an added label identifier such as ground round. Lean cuts of beef. The USDA defines a lean cut of beef as a ounce serving (about grams) that contains less than.

10 grams total fat; grams saturated fat; 95 milligrams cholesterol; Extra-lean cuts of beef. The USDA defines an extra-lean cut of beef as a ounce serving (about grams) that contains less than.

5 grams total fat; 2 grams saturated fat. So what kind of ground beef for burgers is the best. The 80/20 mix will give you the juiciest burger, but you can still get a great burger with a higher lean to fat ratio. It just won’t be as juicy as with the higher fat content beef.

And, if you can, get different cuts and grind your own. Cuts such as brisket, chuck, and short rib will give. Regular ground beef: This usually contains the highest fat content, about 25 to 30%, since it is cut from the trimmings of inexpensive cuts like brisket and r ground beef is the least expensive form of ground beef, and while it has the most flavor, it will shrink the most when cooked due to the high fat content.

Fat in Ground Beef The favorite choice for the term "Ground Beef" is 1 serving of Ground Beef (95% Lean / 5% Fat) which has about 6 grams of fat. The total fat, saturated fat and other fats for a variety of types and serving sizes of Ground Beef is shown below.

Tips for Reducing Fat in Cooked Ground Beef Burgers To reduce the fat content of panbroiled or grilled ground beef burgers, follow these simple steps. Shape ground beef into 1/2 –inch thick patties, approximately 4 inches in diameter.

Heat skillet over medium heat 5 minutes. (Do not add oil). Or prepare hot grill. Size: 50KB. The data in the USDA Table of Cooking Yields for Meat and Poultry include results from the following research studies described within this report: Ground Beef Study Beef, Selected Cuts, 1/8 inch External Trim Fat Study Beef Value Cuts Study Beef Nutrient Database Improvement Study File Size: KB.

Extra-lean ground meat has no more than 10 per cent fat (e.g. per-cent lean). In other words, extra-lean ground beef and chicken contain no more. Along with ground round and ground sirloin, ground chuck is a type of ground beef. Each cut has varying degrees of fat versus lean content.

Ground chuck must come from only the chuck cuts of beef, which are located in the shoulder area and are more fatty than round or sirloin cuts. If purchasing 73% to 85% lean ground beef, you can reduce the fat content by up to 50% with a simple rinsing process. Because 90% lean and higher are lower-fat products, rinsing will not produce the same results and, therefore, is not recommended.

Draining and rinsing cooked ground beef should not decrease beef's vitamin and mineral content.4/5(5). Fat content of ground beef Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED. EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags) Want more.

Advanced embedding details, examples, and help. No_Favorite. share Pages:   Of course, if you want a very low fat content, just choose the beef yourself and mince it at home. posted by le morte de bea arthur at AM on May 4, I would expect you could approximate by comparing the weight of the meat before and after cooking/draining, but you would likely need to calibrate with beef of known fat content.

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Stir ground beef, salt, Italian seasoning and onion constantly until the ground beef is broken up into small pieces and is lightly browned. If you use lean ground beef, you do NOT need to drain the grease from the pot. If you use a high fat content ground beef you will need to drain the grease.

I have been buying mine lately from a small family owned grocery store with a very good butcher. They proudly proclaim they grind their own ground beef fresh several times a day. Just like all stores, they label their ground beef by the percentage of fat it contains. My question is, how do they determine the beef is 80%, 85%, etc.?.

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Spine may also show signs of wear/5(30).There are calories in 4 ounces of Ground Veal.: Calorie breakdown: 44% fat, 0% carbs, 56% protein. Ground beef is always hot packed when pressure canning because depending on what the fat content is in the meat, you will likely need to skim fat off the top before canning.

The reason for this is because, according to page 98 of the Ball Blue Book, too much fat in the jar can cause the meat to develop a strong flavor, and it can also.