Favorite Meat

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Favorite Meat

Ash1141 Ash1141
What do you like the best?
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Beef
Jaimes , Kissaki , llellsee , LennaKieran , Cherrylane , RonLee , Sammi , Rossie , K101 , Ryuson , HannahPanda , EdenJP , Bignuf , woodsdragon , dv8 , funinthesun916
16  (20%)
Chicken
Kitka , SilverIsis , MrWishyWashy , PassionateLover2 , Chirple , SaMiKaY , GONE! , OroNomi , Jessie<3 , froggiemoma , Highmaintenancegirl916 , blacklodge , Subbi , Allstars316 , Kallisto , Beck , married with children , Valentinka , mpfm , unfulfilled , ellejay , Mistress M. , Gracie , A.Mari , rawsonbr , Hot'n'Bothered , TigerLily9
27  (33%)
Pork
Ash1141 , El-Jaro , Missmarc , bayosgirl
4  (5%)
Fish
AndroAngel , Taylor , Love Perpetua , eeep , Squeaky , allinonekid , laceypanties , idunshire , GenderSexplorations , cburger , SecretToyLover2 , RedKyuubi
12  (15%)
None
ConnerJay , (Re)tired Stripper , TameTemptress , NarcissisticLust , zwee75 , Cherry21 , ily , LAndJ , mistressg , AnotherPrettyFace
10  (12%)
Other
Eucaly , js250 , shcoo , leanright69 , ToyTimeTim , hyacinthgirl , Stinkytofu10 , Rarity , T&A1987 , CoffeeCup , Shellz31 , AmberM , MaiNai
13  (16%)
Total votes: 82
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12/20/2011
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Jaimes Jaimes
I will go crazy over a good lean steak, but lamb is my other love.
12/20/2011
Eucaly Eucaly
Emu, chicken, beef and venison.
12/20/2011
Kitka Kitka
I like all kinds of meat but chicken is a favorite.
12/20/2011
AndroAngel AndroAngel
Fish, bring on the Sushi! I also love the hell out of crab and lobster, eel is incredible, and I've been meaning to try octopus. I like lamb and venison, too. And I have a huge love of calfs liver.
12/20/2011
Cherrylane Cherrylane
Beef, but pork when done right.

I'm really touchy about meat though. I tend to try and limit consumption, both for dietary, environmental and ethical reasons.

I've actually had the opportunity to talk to a lot of people about my views on the whole beef thing this week because I've eaten a lot more of it than usual due to random dining coincidences, and because my mother and I have embarked on a holiday cooking adventure.

Basically I think beef is fabulous, great, tasty, all of that. But being very familiar with farming and livestock and all, there are many "no nos" for me when it comes to purchasing and cooking beef. In general, I stay away from veal all together. I don't find the conventional american methods of raising veal humane, and many european countries have made the practice illegal. Although there are some places that raise veal humanely, it's very tricky to find them and make sure that something marketed and packaged as pasture-raised was in fact raised in an honest-to-god pasture eating honest-to-god grass.

Which leads to the other beef and other livestock animal problem of being almost entirely corn-fed, and sometimes soy too. After searching fruitlessly for weeks, I finally gave up trying to find true grass fed beef in my old town. You can't do it. It's not there. No grocery store carries it, and the only real butcher caters to hunters and their "exotic" game needs and freezes and cuts their stuff for them and w/e. Not only does real grass-fed pasture raised beef taste better, it's just more humane and safer, annnnd better for the environment. Magin that! It takes much more land to raise grassing cattle, but the land is covered in grass and trees rather than mud, and there isn't a gigantic concentration of cattle in one small area. Additionally, less land is needed to farm soy and corn which are both essentially nutritionally worthless and don't have much environmental benefit either. So sorry, subsidized soy and corn farmers. Not to mention, cattle aren't supposed to eat corn anyway. It makes them sick. Very sick. This is part of why there's such high incidence of cattle being pumped full of hormones and anti-biotics. They wouldn't need it otherwise. Cattle have a very highly developed and wildly efficient digestive system--for processing a forage diet ie dominated by grass. Not corn meal and chicken doo-doo. And really, who wants to eat meat from a sick animal anyway?

/rant.

Anyways.... lol. Beef is nice. Pork is wonderful when done right. Especially when you can get some pig skin in there. It's Mr. Bourdain's favorite for a reason. Then I probably favor the wild game type things that my cousin hunts/catches and brings home and eats. Venison, duck, various types of fish. Yum.
12/20/2011
(Re)tired Stripper (Re)tired Stripper
Cherrylane, loved your post

I don't eat meat and haven't since I was about 7 years old or so. I made the choice on my own. My father objected an said I "wouldn't have any friends" if I didn't eat meat (lol!). My mom tried to get me to eat meat to no avail.

I became a veggie for spiritual reasons as a kid, but as I grew older my reasons became more earthly/practical: my own health, society's health (a protest of sorts), ethical treatment of animals, the environment, etc.

When I did eat meat, I think I liked (sadly) "city chicken" best which is basically veal battered, fried, and skewered. We didn't realize what veal was when I was that little. Bacon was a close second. Followed by chicken nuggets.

I just don't think I'll ever do meat again. I was vegan for a few years but living in Iowa in a small town it's a pain/expense to be vegan. If/when I move out West I will definitely pursue it.
12/20/2011
js250 js250
I love seafood!! Prawns, lobster and crab!! Hungry now, but gotta wait,lol!!
12/20/2011
butterflygirlxo butterflygirlxo
I'm not a big fan of meat.
12/20/2011
shcoo shcoo
I rarely eat meat but I do like turkey and tuna.
12/20/2011
MrWishyWashy MrWishyWashy
Chicken all the way!
12/20/2011
Sammi Sammi
I love beef, but I'd go for deer or elk if I could get it more.
12/20/2011
PassionateLover2 PassionateLover2
Chicken is my first choice. You can do a lot of different dishes with it. My second is beef, followed by fish. Here in the Pacific Northwest, fish is king (Chinook King Salmon; Sockeye Salmon; and the Halibut); all fresh and there are a lot of ways to prepare. Since my favorite food is, of course SUSHI, well fish is right there on top!
12/20/2011
Rossie Rossie
Ribeye steaks and lamb - with lots of marbling!
12/21/2011
poetprincess poetprincess
Quote:
Originally posted by Ash1141
What do you like the best?
chicken..
12/21/2011
Love Perpetua Love Perpetua
For the most part, I don't eat meat at all, but I do like seafood. I love sushi!
12/21/2011
Chirple Chirple
Chickens are tasty. :B

I like beef sometimes, but mostly in tacos or in thin patties on burgers. I just don't like big thick pieces of it.
12/21/2011
K101 K101
I'm not big on meat. I rarely eat much chicken or fish. I love hamburgers and sandwich turkey though.
12/21/2011
GONE! GONE!
Chicken is my favorite because it goes with everything.
12/21/2011
El-Jaro El-Jaro
It's a tough call, but Pork can really have the most flexibility: Pepperoni, Ham, Pulled pork, salami, bbq, bacon, Canadian bacon, sausage...etc
12/21/2011
Jaimes Jaimes
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
It's a tough call, but Pork can really have the most flexibility: Pepperoni, Ham, Pulled pork, salami, bbq, bacon, Canadian bacon, sausage...etc
Ooooh, that is a brilliant point. I looooove salami.
12/22/2011
froggiemoma froggiemoma
Chicken for me !
12/22/2011
NarcissisticLust NarcissisticLust
Quote:
Originally posted by Ash1141
What do you like the best?
Vegetarian But the meat I crave the most would be BBQ pulled pork.
12/22/2011
AndroAngel AndroAngel
Quote:
Originally posted by Cherrylane
Beef, but pork when done right.

I'm really touchy about meat though. I tend to try and limit consumption, both for dietary, environmental and ethical reasons.

I've actually had the opportunity to talk to a lot of people about ...
I definitely understand how you feel. My family raises our own cattle, so I know for a fact that what I'm eating it grass fed and field raised. I do however have the moral dilemma of feeling bad about eating beef after seeing how attached cows are to each other and learning how intelligent they are.
12/22/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
I like beef and sushi the base!
12/22/2011
leanright69 leanright69
Goose is fav cooked meet. Sushimi fav raw meet
12/22/2011
Subbi Subbi
I only eat chicken and turkey so its not a tough choice! lol
12/22/2011
Allstars316 Allstars316
I eat chicken at least 3-4 times a week.
12/22/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Venison, Elk, Pronghorn are always first on my list. Then comes Buffalo, trout (Brookies are best) and wild Turkey.
12/22/2011
Kallisto Kallisto
Tastes like chicken!
12/22/2011
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