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    Thats great. I was thinking the same but in the book Mark mentions somewhere to cut the fat off because in high heat it can become toxic or something...

    Ribs are good , right?

    What meats and cuts are considered better, healthier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidil View Post
    Thats great. I was thinking the same but in the book Mark mentions somewhere to cut the fat off because in high heat it can become toxic or something...

    Conventionally Farmed Meat, yes... but as I mentioned above, I get pastured /free range etc that I know where its coming from.
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    I love the fatty and gristly bits on my meat. I take off chicken and porc skin and fry that separately to make it crunchy. If there is fat on my meat it is too good to waste. My son and I have to fight over the extra. The wife and daughter wont touch it so it is all ours....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DinoHunter View Post
    Conventionally Farmed Meat, yes... but as I mentioned above, I get pastured /free range etc that I know where its coming from.
    Burned fat from any kind of meat forms a carcinogen, nothing magic about clean meat- Healthy eating: The Difference Engine: Hold the carcinogens | The Economist
    That said, I personally don't worry about it.
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    I travel and only eat out. I have no idea what meat I'm getting. Still not to cut the fat?

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    Fatless bacon tastes like cardboard...

    I used to cut fat off and thought Wagyu was the devil ( now I wish I had ALL the Wagyu). Now I cut it off it's grisly and rubbery just because I don't like the taste/texture, but otherwise, nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loafingcactus View Post
    Burned fat from any kind of meat forms a carcinogen, nothing magic about clean meat- Healthy eating: The Difference Engine: Hold the carcinogens | The Economist
    That said, I personally don't worry about it.
    Bah, read it to fast, missed the "high heat"part
    yeah, charcoaled meat isent the best.
    but conventional meat also stores a lot of toxins due to feed & farming methods,, in the fat.
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    Yes..... off of other peoples meat.... then I add it to my plate.

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    Grass fed, I relish the fat. Conventional, I go lean.

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    I do cut the fat off. I know its good for me but I just can't handle the texture. My dog is very happy to take care of it though.

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