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lean meat!

kae

gunna be a fatty for ever
#1
#2
This is what the website says, but to be honest I have always used lean mince, drained the fat whilst cooking and it's never affetced by weight loss.




Basic/Non Branded Foods Beef, Beef, mince, lean 28g raw


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kae

gunna be a fatty for ever
#3
oooh thanks! still trying to get to grips with the website!

I was thinking i always drain the fat right off so was gunna just use that as free on original!

thanks for your help!

xxx
 

Donnie46

Slow but sure....
#5
Just a suggestion here, but maybe you could keep a packet of Quorn mince in your freezer as a standby, just in case you can't get your lean mince at some time...
 
#6
Ello matey;)

I use the lean and drain it, but i also often mix the smallest packet of lean mince with a pack of quorn mince..it tastes practically the same, and means that when i make spag bol/cottage pie there is loads so i can freeze portions for another day:)
 

soccermom

I AM A WEMITT x
#7
As others have said I dont think it will harm if you drain the fat off

What I tend to do a lot now is use half the mince that a recipe requires and for the other half top up with mushrooms, courgette, carrot and onion, I find I dont even miss the rest of the mince and its cheaper to :D
 
#8
Yeah i add loads of grated carrot and courgette....saw it on Gordon Ramsey once lol, makes it go so much further
 

kae

gunna be a fatty for ever
#9
well was scared outta the spag bol! hehe gunna do it tomoz and syn it i think just to be on safe side!

gunna add loadsa veggies to it tho! yum!

thanks for all the advice every one!

xxx
 


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