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    How much steak?

    I usually get around 0.1-0.25kg of steak in 1 meal and was wondering how many kg would make up 30g of protein in a steak. My main source of protein is steak and tuna and I try to eat 30g of protein every meal so i'm wondering how much steak should i eat.
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    id liek to know the answer to this also
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    id say 25g protein per 100g steak at a guess...id too like to know.
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    for steak, and most other sources of meat: around 8 ounces will equal around 40 grams of protein. chicken im pretty sure is 7 ounces for 40 grams, and the same with most fish.
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    Ahh ok so 1 ounces = 0.0283495231 kilograms, so 8 ounces is around 0.24kg rougly. So I guess I'm eating around the righ ammount just gotta up it a lil bit.
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    yea a guess so. i just dont really know what the equivalents to the metric system are. besides that 2.2lbs equals 1 kilogram.
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    Originally Posted by Heartless View Post
    chicken im pretty sure is 7 ounces for 40 grams, and the same with most fish.
    Fish varies greatly in protein content. I have the list posted in my weight room in the basement but I'm not going to go get it. I'm almost sure the amont of protein in different types of fish fluctuates HUGELY.
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    I dunno what kind of cows and chickens you guys have elsewhere but here in Aus you'l lfind that chicken breast meat is second only to Kangaroo meat in terms of protein per 100g.

    Goes something like this...

    Kangaroo 30g protein per 100g
    Chicken Breast 24g protein per 100g
    Mince 22g protein per 100g
    Steak 21g protein per 100g


    Give or take 1-2 g depending on where you buy your meat.

    I chow down on all 4, usually have at least two of them a day and always buy the 'heart smart' packs. (low fat)

    Tuna varies greatly but simple tuna in springwater should have a minimum of 17g of protein in a 95g can. (drained weight is about 70g)

    Salmon is slighly lower at about 13g per 100g i think.


    I'm a manager in a supermarket so i've got plenty of time to research nutritional information of absolutely everything.
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    Originally Posted by Aussie_Jimbob View Post
    I dunno what kind of cows and chickens you guys have elsewhere but here in Aus you'l lfind that chicken breast meat is second only to Kangaroo meat in terms of protein per 100g.

    Goes something like this...

    Kangaroo 30g protein per 100g
    Chicken Breast 24g protein per 100g
    Mince 22g protein per 100g
    Steak 21g protein per 100g


    Give or take 1-2 g depending on where you buy your meat.

    I chow down on all 4, usually have at least two of them a day and always buy the 'heart smart' packs. (low fat)

    Tuna varies greatly but simple tuna in springwater should have a minimum of 17g of protein in a 95g can. (drained weight is about 70g)

    Salmon is slighly lower at about 13g per 100g i think.


    I'm a manager in a supermarket so i've got plenty of time to research nutritional information of absolutely everything.

    I wana try kangaroo....what does it taste like?
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    Originally Posted by bigshayet View Post
    I wana try kangaroo....what does it taste like?
    It tastes similar to steak, just a bit more chewier. I'd imagine that is because of how muscly a Kangaroo is, they would be one of natures 'bodybuilders' as they weigh anywhere between 200-400 pounds at probably 5% bodyfat.

    Not as nice as steak though and bit of a bitch to cook right because the middle gets hardly any heat because it is so thick.
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    Steak has alot of protein in it but you have to be careful it also has quite high fat, but its good fat!
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    Originally Posted by Aussie_Jimbob View Post
    I dunno what kind of cows and chickens you guys have elsewhere but here in Aus you'l lfind that chicken breast meat is second only to Kangaroo meat in terms of protein per 100g.

    Goes something like this...

    Kangaroo 30g protein per 100g
    Chicken Breast 24g protein per 100g
    Mince 22g protein per 100g
    Steak 21g protein per 100g


    Give or take 1-2 g depending on where you buy your meat.

    I chow down on all 4, usually have at least two of them a day and always buy the 'heart smart' packs. (low fat)

    Tuna varies greatly but simple tuna in springwater should have a minimum of 17g of protein in a 95g can. (drained weight is about 70g)

    Salmon is slighly lower at about 13g per 100g i think.


    I'm a manager in a supermarket so i've got plenty of time to research nutritional information of absolutely everything.
    Im pretty sure chicken breast is 31g per 100g check calorieking.com or .com.au
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