Primal Recipe: Quick and Easy Grass-Fed Beef Burgers #297

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24 Responses to “Primal Recipe: Quick and Easy Grass-Fed Beef Burgers #297”

  1. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    Not a lot of sugars can fir into 1 tbsp or less of barbecue sauce. It’s up to you if you use it or not but we’re not slathering it on a steak as is used in that way, just adding a bit of flavour to the ground beef. We’re talking about 5-6g of carbs from the barbecue sauce, nothing that’s going to do much of anything negative if you’re in a state of ketosis. You can always make your own sauce too with stevia instead of sugar. The one I had is made w/ agave (not that that’s better than sugar).

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  2. kevin188888 says:

    BBQ sauce contains a lot of carbs and sugars. I thought that was against primal. Am I missing something?

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  3. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    I have heard of that. To cook with water you just put a little bit of water in the pan. This is great with fish etc (I guess it’s called poaching it) but I prefer burgers done without water, lol. Also when it comes to steaks, I like them very rare anyways and they’re cooked for such a short time that there really aren’t many carcinogens formed as compared to say a roast cooked in the over that is more ‘well done’.

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  4. Rawperuana says:

    yea for sure. I think it was the Incas who cooked their foods through dry heat in holes in the ground? They would put the food in the whole…cover it and light a fire on top? SOMETHING LIKE THAT I have to ask my parents again how this was done lol. If you don’t know about it I’ll get back to you when I find it. I also heard from a health counscious guy to cook grass fed meats with water? or fry with water? how is this done, do you know??

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  5. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    Our ancestors did it. I’m not saying it’s the best but there’s a time and place for everything. I’m not recommending eating the majority of your meals this way nor vercooking/cooking sugars with fats (accelerated glycations end products).

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  6. Rawperuana says:

    I thought frying was bad?

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  7. hyperjay712 says:

    Ok cool thanks for you input.

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  8. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    I enjoy grass fed meat, never had a problem with it. There is definitely a difference in flavour but it’s not that dramatic.

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  9. hyperjay712 says:

    Ok. What about the taste and smell when cooking?

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  10. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    I have no idea, I’ve never noticed a dramatic difference in colour from corn fed vs. grass fed beef.

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  11. hyperjay712 says:

    Just bought some grass fed ground beef for the first time. I noticed the color is not as red as corn fed beef, it almost looked old compared to corn beef but the butcher told me it was fine. I cooked it the smell put me off and I took one bite and I was like no way! not in a good way. Is the taste something you have to get use to after growing up eating corn fed beef or did I get old stuff?

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  12. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    With the option you are describing where they’re organic and get some grain at the end is fine if you’re supplementing with some extra sources of omega 3 to keep the omega 6 to omega 3 ratios the same in your body. Fish oil, chia seed, etc.

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  13. HughSirable says:

    SECRETSOFLONGEVITY In your opinion, is better not to eat meat if is not 100% grass fed?, MANY people like me can’t buy 100 % grass fed. Personally, in my country (Spain), only I can buy organic meat that is feded with grass and dry grass but the animals are feded with grains the last months.

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  14. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    I’m not aware of any, no.

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  15. HughSirable says:

    SecretsOfLongevity you know any online shop of grass fed meat, eggs or dairy with international shipping?

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  16. adrygarcia says:

    ok thanks, I reconize that cooked meat is delicious but
    IN TERMS OF HEALTH which is best: RAW meat or COOKED meat.

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  17. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    Nothing “wrong” with it. IMO you have to be careful though. Aajonous Vonderplanitz is someone to look at if you want to learn more about raw meat.

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  18. adrygarcia says:

    Is there any problem with eating meat RAW everyday?

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  19. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    Pretty much 7 days a week.

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  20. adrygarcia says:

    SecretsOfLongevity, just for curious,
    how many days per week are you eating COOKED meat??

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  21. korvix says:

    electricity is also not primal

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  22. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    Nope, but mucus is not a bad thing. Mucus protects our entire digestive tract from the acidic nature of our digestive juices. If you don’t eat anything for a long time whether it’s meat, fruit, nuts and seeds, etc, you will have some sort of reaction to it when you go back to it (possibly the only exception is greens).

    You also have to take int consideration the quality of the meat you eat. Non-organic, grain fed, hormonally altered meats can certainly cause headaches.

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  23. SecretsOfLongevity says:

    It’s perfectly accurate to call this a primal recipe. Humans have been cooking meat with fire for over 500,000 years, some archeologists suggest 1 million years. They would have done this directly on logs in the fire or on flat stones. That’s what a frying pan mimics.

    Meat is a very healthy food when animals are raised properly.

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  24. ConsciousAlchemyTV says:

    I also don’t think early humans had frying pans lol, it’s not to accurate to call this a “primal” recipe..I think humans need less meat, and WAY MORE sunshine Peace n love bro

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