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A top view of delicious pot roast
By Arianna Foster 2 days ago
What Is Pot Roast? (4 Mouth-Watering Recipe Guides To Try)
As an experienced chef with over 10 years of professional culinary training, I have spent countless hours perfecting the art of cooking a perfect pot roast. Throughout this time, I’ve learned that the key to making a tender pot roast lies in selecting the right cut of meat and learning how to prepare it properly. In this article, I will share my expertise and knowledge on this delicious... Read more >
Prosciutto ham on a wooden board
By Arianna Foster 3 days ago
What Is Prosciutto? (5 Various Ways to Serve Deliciously)
Italian cuts are a dream come true for a dedicated carnivore like me. Apart from other cuts I love, prosciutto is a staple of my charcuterie boards when I’m having guests over. To honor this delicious Italian delicacy, I made it my mission to learn everything about it, and I’m here to share the information with you today. Let’s get into it. Read more >
Raw minced meat with garnish on top
By Arianna Foster 4 days ago
Minced Meat vs Ground Meat (7 Key Differences & Features)
Although minced and ground meats are often used interchangeably, they aren’t the same. I’ve eaten countless pounds of both during the decade I’ve been on a carnivore diet, so I talked with my butcher and a nutritionist friend to find out everything about the differences between these two. Here’s what you need to know. Read more >
A person slicing medium rare pork
By Arianna Foster 1 week ago
Can You Eat Medium Rare Pork? (3 Ways to Cook & Safety Tips)
As a devout carnivore dieter for six years now, I can safely say I have eaten my fair share of pork meat– chops, sausages, and bacon. However, I've recently developed a keen taste for medium rare pork, but before fully indulging in this delicious meat, I researched whether eating medium rare pork is safe. I also sat down with my dietician to get her expert opinion. Here's everything I found. Read more >
Different cuts of raw duck meat on top of a wooden board
By Arianna Foster 1 week ago
Is Duck Red Meat? (3 Similarities, Facts & Classification)
Duck belongs to poultry, which traditionally has white color. However, duck, especially duck breast, is a dark color and resembles more the color of steak than chicken. I admit I didn’t know how to classify duck meat, even though I’ve been a fan of an all-meta diet for over five years. I talked with my butcher and spent countless hours researching different definitions of duck. Here’s... Read more >
A medium-rare burger sliced into half
By Arianna Foster 2 weeks ago
Is a Medium-Rare Burger Safe? (4 Must-Know Eating Tips)
As someone who lives the carnivore lifestyle and enjoys burgers every so often, I am no stranger to being concerned about the risks associated with eating meat that isn’t cooked correctly. I spent a month in an effort to learn all there is to know about the dangers and benefits of eating medium-rare burgers. Here’s what you need to know. Read more >
A perfectly cooked sirloin steak on a white plate
By Arianna Foster 3 weeks ago
What Is Sirloin Steak? (3 Varieties & Nutritional Profile)
As a long-time carnivore enthusiast, I love sirloin steak because it gives me the rich flavor of a filet and a ribeye's leanness. It is packed with protein and renders great results no matter the cooking method. Over the years, I’ve learned a lot about sirloin, its texture, nutritional information, and the best ways to cook, serve and store it. Here’s what you need to know. Read more >
Fried spam meat slices on top of each other
By Arianna Foster 3 weeks ago
What Is Spam Meat? (4 Health Benefits & Concerns)
Although I usually choose healthy meat options on my carnivore diet, eating Spam is one of my guilty pleasures. I have done so for many years, but only after researching exactly what this food is and whether I should be comfortable consuming it. Because I have thoroughly researched this food and talked to my nutritionist, I can tell you all about the origins of Spam, its nutritional content,... Read more >
A close up shot of sliced steak releasing red juice
By Arianna Foster 3 weeks ago
What Is the Red Juice in Steak? (Is It Actually Blood?)
As an adherent to the carnivore lifestyle, I love steak’s flavor and texture. However, like many people who eat meat, I’ve noticed that a red-colored liquid leaks out when you cut into a juicy piece of steak. I’ve spent weeks browsing research papers and talking to my local butcher to provide you with the best answer on this red liquid. Let’s get into it. Read more >
A top view of sliced grilled skirt steak with lemon slice on the side
By Arianna Foster 3 weeks ago
What Is Skirt Steak? (5 Cooking Tips You Must Know)
If you're unfamiliar with skirt steak, don't worry – you're not alone. I understand the confusion and uncertainty that can come with cooking a new cut of meat. As a seven-year carnivore diet devotee, I’ve learned that this flavorful and versatile beef cut is perfect for various dishes, from tacos to stir-fry. With my expertise in preparing skirt steak, I'm here to tell you what you need to... Read more >
Raw whole duck meat on a wooden board with spices on the side
By Arianna Foster 4 weeks ago
Chicken vs Duck Meat (4 Key Differences & Health Impact)
Poultry meat is a staple in most households, with chicken coming at #1 and duck following closely behind. As a passionate carnivore, I regularly eat chicken and duck meat, but I never studied their differences meticulously until a few weeks ago. I talked with my butcher and a nutritionist to learn all the differences between chicken and duck and spent hours browsing through online data to get... Read more >
A collage image of different tender steak cuts
By Arianna Foster 4 weeks ago
The Most Tender Cut of Steak (7 Types & Best Cooking Tips)
For a steak lover like me, nothing is more satisfying than a tender steak fried or grilled nicely with generous seasoning served with well-mashed potatoes or fries. Over the years, I've tried several cuts of beef, and so far, I have found some wonderfully tender. In this article, I'll discuss the seven most tender cuts of beef that have always been a part of my carnivore lifestyle. Let's dive... Read more >
A close up shot of a roasted turkey on a black plate
By Arianna Foster 1 month ago
Is Turkey Healthy? (4 Health Benefits & Side Effects Found)
Meat has been an essential item in my diet for the past ten years. Recently, I decided to shift to healthier unprocessed meat, and turkey seemed like a great option. But before I transitioned, I talked to a dietician to find out if it was a healthy addition to my carnivore lifestyle. Here’s what I’ve discovered. Read more >
A comparison image of pork loin and pork tenderloin
By Arianna Foster 1 month ago
Pork Loin vs Tenderloin (5 Key Differences & Cooking Styles)
If you're looking for a tasty way to add protein and flavor to your meal, you need to look no further than pork. Two of the most sought-after cuts of pork are loin and tenderloin, but there's much more to know about each cut than just the similarity in the name. As an expert in meat and a seven-year carnivore diet devotee, I wanted to break down the differences between these meats and provide... Read more >
A top view of a red meat on a wooden board with utensils on the side
By Arianna Foster 1 month ago
How Often Should You Eat Red Meat? (3 Health Risks & Tips)
As a health-conscious meat consumer, I've always wondered if eating red meat daily is okay. To get to the bottom of this, I sat with my dietician to understand everything about red meat consumption and the impact its frequency has on our health. Here's a summary of my findings. Read more >
Fish meat that is low in cholesterol
By Arianna Foster 1 month ago
What Meat Is Low in Cholesterol? (4 Types & Which to Avoid)
As a health-conscious eater, I recently started following diets that lower my cholesterol intake. After days of research, I discovered that animal meat has high cholesterol levels and saturated fat. Fortunately, after a sit-down with my dietician, he advised that I don't have to cut off meat entirely but that I should instead go for lean cuts that are low in cholesterol. Today, I'll share... Read more >