Some high cholesterol images:
More Than A Coincidence?
Image by Bill Gracey 15 Million Views
This ambulance is parked directly opposite The Heart Attack Cafe. Location, location, location.
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Exotic Burger Menu
Image by brizzle born and bred
Don’t look a gift of horse meat in the mouth. It’s good for you.
In fact, millions of people all over the world eat horse meat regularly. China, Mexico, Russia and Kazakhstan are the top five horse meat consuming nations in the world. And unlike quinoa, this isn’t a new fad. People have been eating horses for hundreds of thousands of years.
Have you ever tried eating more exotic animals, and what did they taste like? ….
Springbok Burgers from the wild herb nibbling herds of Southern Africa.
Bison Burgers also known as Buffalo meat makes a great alternative to beef.
Zebra Burgers with just a hint of South African Curry flavouring, try char grilling them to give their stripes back.
Wildebeest Burger also known as the Gnu, is an African herding animal and one of the most abundant on the Savannah.
Ostrich meat is a "red meat" similar in colour and taste to beef. However, it is lower in fat grams per serving compared to chicken and turkey, and much lower in fat and cholesterol than beef.
Blesbok is a type of goat antelope indigenous to South Africa, it occurs in vast numbers on open grassland.
Elk’s are often called Moose in the USA and is the largest member of the deer family.
Impala is a medium sized African antelope, herding in huge numbers making it one of the most abundant of Africas game.
Kangaroo meat is ideal for maintaining a balanced diet. Roo meat is low in cholesterol and fat and high in protein and minerals. It is considered one of the finest game meats. Its growing appeal stems from its well-flavoured, slightly gamey taste.
Wagyu Beef also known as Kobe in Japan is an experience not to be missed,
Welsh Wagyu beef is from the same breed of cattle famous for the Japanese Kobe beef, their meat produces a tender sweet taste with a characteristic marbling making it meltingly soft.
Kudu’s are a large shy antelope from Southern Africa.
Llama meatrelated to the camel, the Llama originates from the Andes in South America.
70% or Bust Brownies
Image by yummysmellsca
My first tester batch for my Recipe Development class – the assignment is to take a recipe and create a new one that meets a certain goal. I chose to make a kid-friendly, vegan brownie that was very high in protein, therefore suitable for those who were patients recovering from surgery, trauma or chemotherapy. Not diet brownies for sure!
I’m calling these the "adult’s brownies" – while decadent and delicious, they are more "high-quality 70% cocoa" chocolatey than the kid-friendly "sweet". More sugar – problem solved! And STILL lower in cals/fat/cholesterol/sodium and SUGAR than the original base I used from Fry’s Cocoa… and 215% higher in protein!!