Goat meat is an important part of a healthy diet for many cultures and is growing in popularity and demand in the United States. Lean, healthy and affordable goat meat is highly nutritious. Currently the US imports more than 50% of the meat consumed here often from as far away as New Zealand and Australia. The environmentally responsible way to consume this meat is to buy it locally, saving the fossil fuel cost to the planet. There are plenty of great recipes available -- do a Google search, you'll be amazed.
We eat goat meat as roasts, smoked, sausage, ground. Tacos, burritos, lasagna, and chili are just a few of our regular meals with goat. Try it -- it's a healthy "other red meat".
|Goat Meat Analysis
Sep 22, 2003, 9:17pm
GOAT MEAT NUTRITION COMPARATIVE CHART
|Per 3 oz. Cooked|
|Sat Fat (g)||0.79||1.7||3||2.9||2.9|
Data from: USDA Nutrient Database for Standard Reference Release 14 (July 2001)
*Game meat, goat, cooked roasted
**Chicken, broilers or fryers, meat only, roasted
***Beef, composite of trimmed retail cuts, separable lean only, trimmed to 0" fat, all grades, cooked
****Pork, fresh, composite of trimmed retail cuts (leg, loin, and shoulder), separable lean only, cooked
*****Lamb, domestic, composite of trimmed retail cuts, separable lean only, trimmed to ¼" fat, choice, cooked
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