5 types of meat that you must try

7 months ago
Hunting and eating meat dates back to the prehistoric times. Our ancestors have hunted animals and cooked meat over an open fire. But we don't do that anymore. We can get it from a neighborhood meat shop, where we can get portions of meat, bone, boneless or minced. Alternatively, we can also savor delectably prepared meat dishes when we go out and eat.
 
Although there so many kinds of meat are eaten all over the world, chicken, mutton, beef, and pork are the common ones. All these meats taste great when prepared well, and also stock you up with a whole lot of proteins, vitamins, fats, and other nutrients.
 
Here however, we are going to talk about 5 types of meat other than these that you must try once -
 
Deer
 
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Deer meat is called Venison. A deer is a wild and lean animal, and so contains a lesser fat as compared to beef. Also, Venison is higher in nutritional value when compared to beef, pork, and chicken. Rich in protein, iron, and vitamin B2, deer meat is relatively low in calories. It is also an excellent source of polyunsaturated fatty acid, which has been known to promote heart health.

 
Duck
 
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Duck meat is full of flavor, and is properly succulent. On the nutritional side, it is a good source of protein, phosphorus, magnesium, riboflavin, niacin, iron, zinc, selenium, vitamin B-6 and thiamine and folate. Duck meat is relatively high in fat and cholesterol; that is why it must be eaten in limited proportions. Properly cooked duck meat is nutritious, delicious and very healthy for the body.
 
Goose
 
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Goose meat is a perfect high-protein, low fat, low cholesterol health food. Goose meat is rich in a range of nutrients, such as minerals, lipids and amino acids. Owing to this, goose meat is known for varied health benefits, like being good for bone and muscle health, strengthening the immune system, supporting digestion, relieving fatigue and speeding up digestion. The fat in goose meat is healthy and monounsaturated, and helps in lowering cholesterol levels in the blood.
 
Prawn
 
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Prawns are a low-fat source of protein, and contain fewer calories when compared to mutton and beef. Rich in selenium, calcium, protein, Vitamin E and B12, prawns are supremely juicy and delicious, and very healthy for the mind and body. Prawns, like other fish and shellfish, are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids that reduce risk of heart disease, cancer and arthritis, and also promote brain function.
 
Crab
 
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Crab is a shellfish with a hard outer shell. Delicious in taste, rich in nutrients and low in calories, crab has many health benefits. Crab is good for lowering blood glucose levels, cholesterol levels, and has anti cancerous and antioxidant properties.
 
Head to your nearest restaurant and savor delicious recipes of these healthier and tastier meats. And if you have a problem finding a restaurant, worry not, you have Clicktable!  Explore locations, restaurants, cuisines, and book a table with Clicktable.
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