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Old 10-30-2008, 12:09 PM   #1
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It is likely I will get some venison, this year, is a lean piece of it better than a decent cut of meat, like beef fajitas (skirt steak). I know turkey is better than chicken.

BTW, how do you look up beef steak at Fitday? I looked, but all I found under "beef" was game meat, and Chef Boyardee...

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not all turkey is better than chicken there are really fatty varieties of turkey too.
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True, but considering the same parts of each animal, turkey is better/more protein
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that's because turkey legs are bigger than chicken legs
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Ounce per ounce, goof.
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http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts/p...products/859/2

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seems like chicken has more protein

the general consensus is that turkey is leaner than everything else.

but...there is fatty turkey out there. 85/15 ground turkey isn't as lean as 96/4 ground beef.

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I see.
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