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    Eat this, not that...

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    I'll be having a business lunch on Thursday at an expensive steakhouse kinda place. They'll have steak, salmon, chicken on the menu. The steak/chicken won't be grassfed/pastured, not sure if the salmon will be wild or farmed (I will ask).

    If there's the choice between farmed salmon or grainfed beef, which is better?
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    Salmon, without question.

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    I'd simply let my taste decide - I love them both, but sometimes (okay mosttimes) I've just gotta have a steak.

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    Beef, without question.

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    At an expensive steakhouse, it probably will be grassfed. You can always ask. I'd say you'd get a better cut of beef at a steakhouse than you would a fillet of fish.
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    I trust conventional beef over farmed fish.

    Besides that, if it's a steakhouse they specialize in the steaks and the fish are secondary. If you were going to a seafood restaurant I'd say pick the fish since that's their speciality and the steak would be secondary.

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    Beef probably. plus it tastes better.

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    Check their website. Grass-fed or wild-caught will likely be touted on the menu, if that's what they provide.

    If not, I'd go with the steak in a steakhouse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerLily View Post
    Check their website. Grass-fed or wild-caught will likely be touted on the menu, if that's what they provide.

    If not, I'd go with the steak in a steakhouse.
    They don't mention grass fed--just a lot of spiel about dry-aged, whatever that means!

    They do say they fly their seafood in fresh from both coasts....but it could still be farmed since they don't use the magic word "wild".
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    Another vote for beef.
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