astraea82's Journal, 17 January 2018

Made a paleo meal last night that was called slow cooker Hawaiian beef. I don't eat beef that often so I don't know much about the different cuts. It called for beef loin and I didn't see that in the store so I bought another and it was sooo fatty. What is a relatively healthy cut of beef? That doesn't cost a million dollars, lol.

Diet Calendar Entry for 17 January 2018:
1420 kcal Fat: 51.83g | Prot: 117.15g | Carb: 130.60g.   Breakfast: Nature's Bounty Complete Protein & Vitamin Shake Mix, Quaker Old Fashioned Oats, Quinoa (Cooked), Giant Eagle Cherry Tomatoes, Meijer Almond Milk Unsweetened Original, Badia Minced Garlic in Olive Oil, Baby Spinach, Harris Teeter Liquid Egg Product. Lunch: Perdue Fit and Easy Ground Turkey Breast 99% Fat Free, Uncooked, Winn-Dixie Zucchini, Bertolli Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Dinner: Perdue Chicken Breast Tenders, Cauliflower, Minced Garlic, Bertolli Olive Oil. Snacks/Other: Meijer String Cheese, Fage Total 0% Greek Yogurt, Honey, Almonds. more...
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Beef tenderloin is delicious, but expensive. I usually buy eyeround roasts, petite sirloin or London broil. All three are lean cuts of beef and less pricy than tenderloin. 
17 Jan 18 by member: Phoenix84
Thanks Phoenix! 
17 Jan 18 by member: astraea82
Eye of round is yummy and decent price. Not bad in a crockpot 
17 Jan 18 by member: Rguarino
I buy sirloin,it is so tender you can use it to make anything. And it can stretch to make more than just one meal. 
17 Jan 18 by member: sandycatiller
Flank or skirt steak, just don’t overlook. You can also do a cheaper cut and take the fat from the top. 
17 Jan 18 by member: Katsolo


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