September 2007 Issue
How to Cut the Fat in Ground Beef by Shopping Smarter
Ground beef makes an inexpensive and tasty meal, so it's not surprising that Americans eat about 28 pounds of ground beef per person each year, making it a major source of fat in the American diet. It doesn’t have to be. Find out how to make the leanest choices.
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