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If you could only have one type of meat in your diet which would it be?

  1. mistyhorizon2003 profile image94
    mistyhorizon2003posted 4 years ago

    If you could only have one type of meat in your diet which would it be?

  2. Rusticliving profile image87
    Rusticlivingposted 4 years ago

    Because Fish is so healthy (especially salmon, mackerel, and tuna which contains omega3) I would have to say fish, however, I would add all seafood to that equation as I love lobster and shrimp as well.♥

    1. mistyhorizon2003 profile image94
      mistyhorizon2003posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Sadly I am not a fan of fish although fresh fish is in abundance here in Guernsey. My choice would have to be chicken if I could only choose one meat (chicken and fillet steak if I could choose two). Fish I can only tolerate smoked in general.

  3. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 4 years ago

    If I had to keep it to just one type of meat, it would be beef--specifically BBQ'd steak!

    1. mistyhorizon2003 profile image94
      mistyhorizon2003posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      That is a big favourite of mine too, only chicken would have the edge on it, and that would be because I would find it more versatile if it was all I could have for the rest of my life.

  4. sangre profile image95
    sangreposted 4 years ago

    Turkey Fillets. There're just like chicken and are low in fat. You can serve them with anything and by adding a few herbs and spices when cooking them, you will add flavour to something that could otherwise be bland.

  5. peachpurple profile image83
    peachpurpleposted 4 years ago

    chicken! Our family had been eating chicken for 20 donkey years now. Rarely eat pork and don't eat mutton nor beef. Fish, once in a week. Chicken would be the everyday dish.

  6. Woodmckinney profile image73
    Woodmckinneyposted 4 years ago

    Fish would be number one because I love sushi, and the health factor, but that can get pretty expensive, I think chicken would be in the running!

  7. liesl5858 profile image87
    liesl5858posted 4 years ago

    It will be chicken for me, especially the organic chicken, it is so tasty.

  8. Bobski606 profile image87
    Bobski606posted 4 years ago

    I'd definitely have to go with chicken as there are simply so many things that you can do with it. You may think that eating chicken as your only source of meat would get pretty boring pretty quickly but by cooking it a different way each time, using different herbs and spices, and by combining it with other complimentary foods you'll be fine for a very long time. The trick is to keep trying something new each time and you'll never get bored.

  9. moonfairy profile image79
    moonfairyposted 4 years ago

    It would have to be beef. I love steaks, burgers and roasts!

  10. milleramanda53 profile image79
    milleramanda53posted 4 years ago

    As much as I love fish, I have to say chicken would have to been the one type of meat. You can cook it any way, shape, form, or fashion. Cost is low compared to the fish market and if need be you can raise them and get eggs off them along with the meat.

    1. Woodmckinney profile image73
      Woodmckinneyposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      You have convinced me, I'm changing my response to chicken!!!!!!

  11. DDE profile image25
    DDEposted 4 years ago

    I would have fish simply enjoy having fish more than twice a week, and prawns

  12. Andy McGuire profile image80
    Andy McGuireposted 4 years ago

    There's this new meat product called Soylent Green out, and oh my goodness, I can't get enough of it! It's the tastiest thing I have ever eaten and I don't even know what kind of meat it is! Mmmmmmm.

    1. Lady Guinevere profile image60
      Lady Guinevereposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Hahaha!  I seen that movie too.  It's people that is what it is.  Human meat.

    2. mistyhorizon2003 profile image94
      mistyhorizon2003posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Lol, must look out for that movie smile

  13. IslandBites profile image88
    IslandBitesposted 4 years ago

    I love pork, but I think I would choose chicken.

    1. mistyhorizon2003 profile image94
      mistyhorizon2003posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      For me pork would be the easiest to give up (apart from the crackling and good quality sausages or bacon from a local butchers). Pork chops, roast pork, veal etc do absolutely nothing for me no matter who cooks them (Chef or family member).

    2. IslandBites profile image88
      IslandBitesposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Yeah, I suppose it has to do with the culture. We eat a lot of pork here in Puerto Rico.

  14. TheRaptorClaw profile image59
    TheRaptorClawposted 4 years ago

    I'd have to say chicken. I can get my McChicken from McDonalds or my fried chicken from KFC or just go to Chik-Fil-A for other chicken sandwiches.

  15. pelsicco profile image60
    pelsiccoposted 4 years ago

    chicken for breakfast chicken for lunch and chicken in my dinner,please

  16. WhatToCook profile image72
    WhatToCookposted 4 years ago

    Chicken. It is cheap, and goes will with so many things, as well as make anything you might want with it.

  17. vmoulton profile image60
    vmoultonposted 4 years ago

    If I could only choose one type of meat to include in my diet I would most certainly pick venison. I absolutely love the taste of it, it can be made into sausages, added to stews, made into jerky and so much more! I personally adore venison sausage with mustard. Delicious!

  18. profile image0
    Vickiwposted 4 years ago

    Looks as though I am with many on this one! Chicken, because it is so versatile. I actually have enough chicken recipes that I could go for a year without cooking the same dish twice. So that wouldn't be boring, and it is economical and delicious.

  19. theryanpride profile image78
    theryanprideposted 4 years ago

    Fish would be good and healthy but i would have to pick chicken i can do alot more with it and make it ground meat to.

  20. renee21 profile image83
    renee21posted 4 years ago

    I would choose chicken.  It is so versatile.

 
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