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    How should I flavor ground beef?


    To eat plain? No carbs please.

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    Cumin and Franks Hot Sauce
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    garlic powder (go heavy), cumin (light), pepper, salt to taste.
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    Try not to eat ground meat. It's way bad for you. Prime cuts of meat are better all the way around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knowbull View Post
    Try not to eat ground meat. It's way bad for you. Prime cuts of meat are better all the way around.
    Bad for you says who? The government?


    Guys, what is cumin?
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    Minced garlic. It add a TON of flavor, oh, and Tony Chacheries (sp) cajun seasoning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
    Bad for you says who? The government?


    Guys, what is cumin?
    Cumin is a spice, it will give you a Taco/chili type taste to your wholesome and healthy ground beef! My advice would be to look for it in like the ethnic section of the grocery store though because it is usually a lot cheaper when you buy a bag of it in the ethnic isle compared to buying a little shaker of it from McCormick....
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    Coolio. Thanks Paul.
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    How long have you been doing the AD diet now Rugger?
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    Too long. LOL.

    I started and followed pretty closely when I logged shred matrix. Since then I've been low carbing, but refeeds are loosely followed. I would be having much better results if I actually tried

    I'm also moving towards a bulk. This week I started 2800 calories up from 2200 and I'll keep going up until I hit about 3600 and then I'll adjust.
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    Cayenne pepper, garlic powder, paprika, pepper, salt. This is what I use for ground turkey.
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    Sautee some Garlic, Onions, and then some crushed chilies if you like spice. Also add some cumin, coriander and oregano.
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    Here are my suggestions. mix and match with these:
    - Lots of cumin.
    - Chipotle flavored Tabasco hot sauce (awesome with or without the cumin)
    - a little bit of onion powder
    - Worcestershire sauce
    - black pepper
    - salt (mixed into the meat before cooking)
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    Taco/burrito seasoning mix, mexican style tomato puree and low fat sour cream. Thats my combo.
    You could just use the seasoning if you dont want the few carbs from the puree and sour cream, or eat it raw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    Sautee some Garlic, Onions, and then some crushed chilies if you like spice. Also add some cumin, coriander and oregano.

    wat he said not many carbs in pepers and whole garlic and onions
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    [QUOTE=Rugger;1597008]Bad for you says who? The government?


    Maybe you've never been to a slaughterhouse or worked in a meat processing plant, perhaps you have'nt heard of "Mad Cow Disease" then again maybe you are raising your own cattle, hogs and chicken and have absolutely no concern about what they are fed and how they are treated.
    Yes the government did make public the fact that SOME infected cattle from canada and mexico entered our commercial food supply, but that there werent enough INFECTED head to "really be concerned about"! Hey, somebody give that guy a cheeseburger!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knowbull View Post
    Try not to eat ground meat. It's way bad for you. Prime cuts of meat are better all the way around.
    yep - the more you have to chew it - the better it is for the muscle!
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    I use a small amount of tobasco, then black pepper, small amounts of red pepper flake and cayenne pepper, garlic salt and crushed garlic.
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    Mrs. Dash.

    Lots of flavors to choose from!
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    Mix italian sausage taken out of the case and mixed with hamburger, one or two egg, some ketchup, worstischshire sauce, pepper, minnced garlic, minnced bell pepper, minced raw bacon, some blended whole wheat bread, garlic salt mix and shape as meatloaf. Put some ketchup rubb it over the loaf layer bacon and then bake. Go for a good consistency not two watery. You could also subtract the bread maybe with a little cheese.

    I have been thinking about a recipe for some kind of curry meatloaf.

    Mixing italian sausage in to hamburger adds a different flavor even with just straight burgers.

    I like to eat steak and eggs sometimes I eat a burger, two fried eggs, a bit of mayo and a bit of a1 steak sauce. Poor mans steak and eggs.

    Off subject but I like hot dogs with a slit down the middle, stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon then baked. Its like low carb junk food.
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    [QUOTE=Knowbull;1597736]
    Quote Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
    Bad for you says who? The government?


    Maybe you've never been to a slaughterhouse or worked in a meat processing plant, perhaps you have'nt heard of "Mad Cow Disease" then again maybe you are raising your own cattle, hogs and chicken and have absolutely no concern about what they are fed and how they are treated.
    Yes the government did make public the fact that SOME infected cattle from canada and mexico entered our commercial food supply, but that there werent enough INFECTED head to "really be concerned about"! Hey, somebody give that guy a cheeseburger!


    okay, first off mad cow disease is not an issue in the states....even the english havent had probs in years. and for another thing, if a cow was infected the meat would be tainted whether it was ground or in a "prime cut". and on top of that, i dont know how it is where u live but heres a suprise.....99.5% of the people on earth have never worked in a slaughterhouse.

    and i prefer garlic powder, pepper and tony cacheres cajun seasoning for my beef.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
    Bad for you says who? The government?


    Maybe you've never been to a slaughterhouse or worked in a meat processing plant, perhaps you have'nt heard of "Mad Cow Disease" then again maybe you are raising your own cattle, hogs and chicken and have absolutely no concern about what they are fed and how they are treated.
    Yes the government did make public the fact that SOME infected cattle from canada and mexico entered our commercial food supply, but that there werent enough INFECTED head to "really be concerned about"! Hey, somebody give that guy a cheeseburger!
    I must be sick as hell then because I've been eating beef for 22 years!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xodus View Post
    Mrs. Dash.

    Lots of flavors to choose from!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnonyMoose View Post
    yep - the more you have to chew it - the better it is for the muscle!
    the more you chew it the harder it is to digest. ground is easier to get down, better digestion, and more nutrients due to increased surface area. its hard enough eating all the time let alone chewing everything extra just to get it broken up good.

    there is such a thing as lean ground beef and my favorite is having the butcher grind up my lean cuts and whole broils even. this all is dependant on price of course since i only by cheap marked down meat!
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    minced garlic, a bit of soy sauce, black pepper, some mustard (ground mustard seed, not liquid), paprika, and then dunk that cooked up concoction in low-carb ketchup. bomb. i promise.
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    Low sodium meatloaf seasoning
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    put some mrs.dash on there she never does you wrong!!, along with some cheese, tomatos, pickles, lettuce, ketchup, mustard, you got a mad BOMB burger!!!
    also whats really good cook up the ground meat like a burger with cheese on it cut it up into lil pieces and then throw some maggi sauce all over the meat omg soo bomb and less carbs to worry about if your like that...
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    I see this has been bumped.

    Well I've just been throwing on half a cup of cheese and then medium taco sauce. It's pretty awesome.
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    The only seasoning I ever use with my ground beef is curry. Most people I know don't like it, but it's the way to go.

    Mrs. Dash is always nice to have, especially if your sodium intake is high, which mine tends to be on CKD.
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    I used to go to a steak house and ask for their seasoning. Worked out awesome for me.
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    ground turkey just chop up some garlic and red onion and mix it in and grill... my fav can just eat plain afterwards no ketchup
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    Montreal Steak Seasoning dude.. amazing

    Then throw in some crush red peppers.... so good...
    Last edited by D3vildog; 12-07-2008 at 07:04 PM. Reason: Spelling
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    I was looking over my spice rack and I noticed that Chile Powder doesn't have any cals, carbs or anything. Also, only 10mg of sodium per tsp. I might try this myself later.
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    Chilli Powder and ground beef huh? sounds likes an awesome start for a burger.. i will have to try this one as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3vildog View Post
    Chilli Powder and ground beef huh? sounds likes an awesome start for a burger.. i will have to try this one as well
    Hope you enjoy!
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    Has anyone ever tried wors sauce in their burger or ground beef? i usually stick close to my normal seasoning.... just looking to see if anyone has...

    Also to add to my other seasoning.. try Cajun.. mmm cajun..
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3vildog View Post
    Has anyone ever tried wors sauce in their burger or ground beef? i usually stick close to my normal seasoning.... just looking to see if anyone has...

    Also to add to my other seasoning.. try Cajun.. mmm cajun..
    I love wors sauce. I hardly ever eat roast beef without it, I use some on my steaks too if I accidentally cook them too long.
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    So the wors will help the steaks be less dry if you over cook them...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Esox Express View Post
    The only seasoning I ever use with my ground beef is curry. Most people I know don't like it, but it's the way to go.

    Mrs. Dash is always nice to have, especially if your sodium intake is high, which mine tends to be on CKD.
    Same. But I'm getting in about 2 gallons of water a day, so I honestly disregard it. Especially since ketones have a dieuretic effect, the extra salt isn't such a bad thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by suncloud View Post
    garlic powder (go heavy), cumin (light), pepper, salt to taste.
    there is no such thing as too much garlic
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