Eating Healthy with a Meat Grinder

Written by Kaitlin Carruth

While it may be surprising, owning your own meat grinder can help you in your pursuit to live a healthier life. According torepparttar USDA,repparttar 141828 average American in 2000 consumed 300 more calories thanrepparttar 141829 average American in 1985, a 12% increase, including a 24% increase of fat calories. The average daily fat intake was 81.4 grams and saturated fat intake was 27.9 grams in 2000 ( Americans are consuming too much fat, especially saturated fat.

One way to cut down on fat is to own your own meat grinder. Your meat grinder gives yourepparttar 141830 ability to manage what you are eating. You will no longer be subject to what seasonings and fillers that are found inrepparttar 141831 meats available in your local grocery store. With a meat grinder, you gain total control of what goes into your meat products. You are in charge of your intake of fats, salts, and other fillers since you are in control ofrepparttar 141832 ingredients. A meat grinder can help you in your pursuit in living a healthier lifestyle.

A meat grinder is a useful tool for grinding meat for meatloaf, sausages, hamburgers, and much more. A meat grinder allows you to pickrepparttar 141833 cuts of meat you want and gives you a better consistency to your meat then a regular food processor can. In addition, it also hasrepparttar 141834 ability to grind up nuts, fruit, cheese, and vegetables. This means you can let your imagination run wild with possibilities including relish, savory spreads, and much more. A meat grinder allows you to create healthy and better tasting meals.

A meat grinder not only allows healthy alternatives but also gives you a chance to be creative. For Memorial Day, our family barbecuedrepparttar 141835 most amazing lean sausages with applesauce and apple chunks. These extra ingredients giverepparttar 141836 sausage a unique flavor and keeprepparttar 141837 lean meat moist. A meat grinder gives yourepparttar 141838 chance to stay lean and be creative. The following is a simple lean sausage recipe just to get you started on some of your own ideas:

New York Style Cheesecake Recipe

Written by Gary Gresham

New York style cheesecake recipes are made with a combination of cream cheese and Italian cheese cakes made with ricotta cheese. Inrepparttar early 1920's, this particular silky style of cream cheese was developed inrepparttar 141642 New York area. New York style cheesecake recipes were introduced by Jewish delicatessens in New York City. Arnold Reuben Jr., owner ofrepparttar 141643 legendary Turf Restaurant at 49th and Broadway in New York City and a descendant of immigrants from Germany, claimed his family developedrepparttar 141644 first cream cheese cake recipe. Reuben’s cheesecake was so good, it won a Gold Metal atrepparttar 141645 1929 World’s Fair. The superior qualities that make Reuben’s classic New York style cheesecake are a graham cracker crust, a creamy texture, and distinct lemon flavor that is firm but light in density. Below you will find his Classic New York Style Cheesecake recipe. Classic New York Cheesecake Crust: Heavily coat 10-inch spring form pan with cooking spray 1 1/2 cups commercial graham cracker crumbs 5 Tbsp. butter 1 tsp. honey 1/4 cup sugar Mix ingredients together with hands until well blended and crumbs appear moist. Pour into pan. With hands, spread evenly acrossrepparttar 141646 bottom and pat down firmly. Filling: 5 8-ounce bars cream cheese, at room temperature 2 Tbsp. flour 1 Tbsp. confectioners' sugar 11/2 cups sugar grated rind of 1 lemon

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