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I can only tell you which ones I prefer. And then there'll be a nomenclature issue because we use different terms in the English speaking world . It is entirely up to you which cuts to buy. Just don't stick to lean cuts if you really want to enjoy meat
My favourite beef cuts are chuck on the bone, short ribs, scotch fillet and t-bone. My favourite lamb cuts are shoulder, shank and leg. Pork is belly, shoulder and chop
Four years Primal with influences from Jaminet & Shanahan and a focus on being anti-inflammatory. Using Primal to treat CVD and prevent stents from blocking free of drugs.
Eat creatures nose-to-tail (animal, fowl, fish, crustacea, molluscs), a large variety of vegetables (raw, cooked and fermented, including safe starches), dairy (cheese & yoghurt), occasional fruit, cocoa, turmeric & red wine
But then the cow it comes from also matters. For example tonight I had a New York steak grilled on a hot grill three minutes tops on each side. It was soooo tough - it should have been stew meat. It was local grass-fed beef and I think that cow must have been training for a marathon!
Female, age 51, 5' 9"
SW - 183 (Jan 22, 2012), CW - 159, GW - healthy.
Met my 2012 goals by losing 24 pounds.
2013 goals are to get fit and strong!
Jojo posted great links. The cow most definitely matters!!! If you get beef from a 6yo broody cow, it's going to have a much different taste and texture than meat from a 2yo steer or heifer. Breed also makes a difference - certain breeds have more fat vs lean, and incorporate that fat differently. Everyone goes gaga over Black Angus, but I have found that in a comparably-aged and fed beef animal, Red Angus or Hereford meat is just as good.
Rib eye and prime rib are the same thing - they come from the same cut of meat. Most commonly, the steak itself is called a rib eye, and only referred to as prime rib when roasted entire and then cut to order.
If you can afford it, rib-eye is the way to go. Hands down my favorite cut.
That being said, I can never afford grass-fed ribeye, so I get cheap roasts (from my experience, chuck roast has more fat than others), ground beef, short ribs, and cheaper steaks like top sirloin, and augment the fat content with bone marrow. Trying to get straight up beef fat from the butcher at whole foods, and they said they would, but then called back and said they used it all for the ground beef.
I never know what to put in these things. I write songs!
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