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    Angry Cooking Ground Beef... How much fat drains out? Halp!

    Say... I want to eat some good beef (Thats what she said)... but I don't want to pay 5 dollars a pound for low fat 96/4 ground beef. If I buy 80/20 or even 90/10, and drain the fat, and wash off the meat... How much fat did I just remove from the meat? A lot? or no?

    Please halp... (not really angry)
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    You could rinse your groundbeef in hot water after cooking to get rid of most if not close to all the fat. There's a study of it somewhere I forget where I read it though that after rinsing it reduced groundbeef to about 1g of fat per serving.
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    Originally Posted by jipp View Post
    You could rinse your groundbeef in hot water after cooking to get rid of most if not close to all the fat. There's a study of it somewhere I forget where I read it though that after rinsing it reduced groundbeef to about 1g of fat per serving.
    really?

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    What a reliable site.
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    Originally Posted by Seamless View Post
    What a reliable site.
    check out the links at the bottom
    backed up by more sites
    thats why I posted it

    and I thought you said you studied nutrition
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    Originally Posted by AbAbber2k View Post
    Why would you want lean beef?

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    what i do is once im done cooking it i get a plate and lay some paper towels on it and let the oils or grease soak into the paper towels for 3 min
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    Originally Posted by tjperez86 View Post
    what i do is once im done cooking it i get a plate and lay some paper towels on it and let the oils or grease soak into the paper towels for 3 min
    second this one, haven't heard of rinsing it off. going to give that a shot. little side note, thoughts on kim chi with beef? heard it aids in easier digestion of beef in the system.
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    Originally Posted by jipp View Post
    You could rinse your groundbeef in hot water after cooking to get rid of most if not close to all the fat. There's a study of it somewhere I forget where I read it though that after rinsing it reduced groundbeef to about 1g of fat per serving.
    That doesn't really make sense. Ground Beef is just left over trimmings of prime and sub primal cuts like loins, hinds etc etc. They add or take out physical fat to make up the necessary percents for the package, and they grind it together.

    I don't see how rinsing meat with water will get rid of the fat. Cooking it and draining the fat off then adding other ingredients is a good choice to reduce fat, but there will always be that fat content difference with higher fat ground meats.
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    Lean beef tastes horrible, so you might as well eat chicken or fish. Patting out all the grease with a towel or draining will leave your beef tasting like rubber. 90/10 is pretty damn lean. Uncooked, look at the protein to fat ratio - it's solid.
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    Originally Posted by Seamless View Post
    What a reliable site.
    No Dodgy? Hmmm.

    I think the information found at the link posted is legit - maybe not to the GRAM of fat content but in general I think it's great information.

    Draining fat from cooked meat in order to make the meat leaner is fairly elementary to me... what part of that process don't you understand?
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    Originally Posted by cyde View Post
    Lean beef tastes horrible, so you might as well eat chicken or fish. Patting out all the grease with a towel or draining will leave your beef tasting like rubber. 90/10 is pretty damn lean. Uncooked, look at the protein to fat ratio - it's solid.
    I would agree, but usually if I'm doing this I'll use the ground beef and use it with some kind of pasta sauce. I usually salt/season the beef pretty good tho.
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    Interesting concept on rinsing the beef to remove even more fat. Not sure if I can believe it though... seems a little too wild. I can imagine it removing a little bit more fat but not much beyond the fat that's cooked off.
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    Originally Posted by fyre500 View Post
    Interesting concept on rinsing the beef to remove even more fat. Not sure if I can believe it though... seems a little too wild. I can imagine it removing a little bit more fat but not much beyond the fat that's cooked off.
    I don't think it's too far fetched... fat comes off when cooking... right, well, once you drain the fat, you've still got plenty of fat on the cooked meat in liquid form... now you just wash that off as well...

    I did it tonight with 93/7 turkey... it was delicious
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    Ok this is my thinking:

    Lets say you buy a lb of 93/7. You drain what little fat comes off and are left with a good weight (percentage of a pound) compared to what you purchased.

    Now lets say you bought 80/20. If you ARE able to get off the fat and make it comparable to % fat, the weight of beef/ptn you have remaining will be considerably less. Therefore, you'd have to purchase MORE lbs originally to match what you did at the 93/7.

    In my mind, you wouldnt save yourself much money in the long run (if you are basing it off the amount of meat you are ending with.

    I could be wrong (doesnt really bother me because my parents still purchase my chicken and hamburger. yes college)
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