Meat & Poultry
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Meat - delicious and healthyBeef, veal, and pork are blessed with complete forms of protein that are of high-quality . They are also densed in iron and zinc, minerals that many Australians are lacked. It is very difficult to get enough iron or zinc naturally without the help of proper meat. Lean meat also provides you with vitamin B12, niacin, and vitamin B6. Why the wait - get yourself some mouth-watering meat!
Poultry - a resource of goodnessLike meat, poultry is a generous source of some B vitamins. Best chicken or turkey looks plump and firm, with moist and supple skin that comes in creamy white or yellowish. As poultry is very perishable, you ought to preserve them properly so as not to invite bacteria. A fresh, whole chicken or turkey once delivered to your house should be put in the coldest part of the refrigerator right away, and used within three days. If you intend to keep the goodness for a long time, then it is advised to properly prepare the poultry and freeze it.
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