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I'm just curious.
I can't get the clicky poll function to work.
Not too rarely but not a lot of it in one sitting either.
I don't cook chicken much, I just don't like it. It's boring.
Today we had beef rouladen, which was basically a small thin steak's worth for everyone, and that was a 'meaty' meal for us. If we make 1 lb of ground beef into a meal, it's at least a dinner plus 2 adult size lunches, if not 2 dinners.
Lately I have been on a Japanese cooking spree and there you get really thinly sliced beef and then use maybe 6 slices, so that is maybe 1/3 lb or something.
lyndausvi:2-3 times a month. Oddly, I find it normally coincides with my PMS.
your body's way of getting iron?
I also crave beef around PMS.
I probably eat it 1-3x/month. Maybe once/month at home (well, two-three times since if we cook it, its usually a lb and we then have lunches!) and very occassionally out. I had a filet mignon last week and a burger two weeks prior.
DomerJenC: lyndausvi:2-3 times a month. Oddly, I find it normally coincides with my PMS.your body's way of getting iron?
I think it is. I do not mind I love filet.... @ $27 lb it's little to expensive to eat regularly..
I LOVE beef, but rarely eat it. Maybe about 4-5 times a year. We grill steaks on father's day, DH birthday, my birthday and a few other times in the summer. That is it.
We have switched to ground turkey as a substitute for ground beef for dishes that ask for gb. We have 2-3 meatless meals a week.
1-2x/week. I would eat it more often but DH works up north and we usually only have 2 meals together each week. I could eat beef every single day if given the chance I went on a bit of a beef bender once I had my gall bladder removed and could actually eat beef again without getting sick.
Oddly enough, I do prefer turkey burgers to beef burgers but I do love me some turkey!
About twice a week. Sometimes less.
The last time was when I was in 8th grade.
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