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Meat and poultry: good-to-know facts. All meat and poultry can harbor potentially harmful bacteria, such as E. coli and Salmonella.But ground meat is particularly risky because if it is contaminated, the bacteria can be present throughout the meat—not just on the surface, as in a steak. When purchasing meat and poultry, it’s important to use your senses of touch, smell and sight. Always make sure the meat is firm to the touch, and check that they packaging doesn’t have any tear. When buying meat, poultry and fish, read product labels and look for buzzwords such as: certified organic, grass-fed, free-range, wild, grain-free, antibiotic-free, hormone free, and non-processed.
When you clean up your diet and focus on eating animal products that come from quality sources, your body and health will thank you. When buying fish, you don’t want to just grab any old fillet and take it home. Frozen fish doesn’t require as much caution because it doesn’t spoil as quickly, but if you prefer fresh fish (I know I do), it pays to understand how to choose the freshest and most delicious product you can find. Dried and semi-dried meat, poultry and seafood products may be served in CNPs as part of a reimbursable meal or snack; however, these types of products (e.g., dried meat sticks) are not listed in the Food Buying Guide, as there is no standard yield data for these food items. Whole meat: 145°F (62.8°C), and the meat should be allowed to rest for at least three minutes before eating.
The resting time gives the heat more time to kill any bacteria. The resting time. While Costco does sell good quality meat and poultry, their prices tend to be much higher than local grocery stores. Stew meat, which is a relatively cheap cut of meat, is currently sold at Costco for $5.99 per pound.
According to this week’s sales ad, my local Vons in Los Angeles is selling stew meat for $2.99 per pound. Despite the name, Omaha Steaks isn’t just steaks. You can find poultry, pork, lamb, bison, and even seafood. While you can certainly buy your cuts of meat individually, Omaha Steaks is best known for their packages that include a variety of different cuts, and offer a discount for these combos over buying everything separately.
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