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beef

Edible muscle from cattle, which is commonly consumed throughout the world except where it is taboo (e.g., among Hindis) or discouraged (e.g., among Buddhists).
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Sensory evaluation was conducted by a consumer panel (total 30 panelists) to observe changes in the low-marbled Hanwoo cow meat after dry-aging and differences among the different dry-aging methods (TD, SD, and SDB).
KATHMANDU -- Pakistani Embassy in Kathmandu has refused media reports that some food items sent by Pakistan as relief aid to Nepal contain cow meat.
Adau Chol, who came to buy bush-meat in Marol market, said the dry bush-meat was cheaper than one kilogram of fresh cow meat.
There are restraints on the processing or sale of beef - normally cow meat - since the cow has religious significance for Hindus.
STUART HANSLOW The most recent CJD death in the West Midlands was Kidderminster scout leader Stuart Hanslow who died in 2011, although he was believed to be suffering from sporadic CJD which, unlike variant CJD, is not linked to cow meat.
Five momarsa for the supply of different food items to male & female living quarters during school year 2014/ 2015 including (a) local cow meat, (b) local frozen chicken, (c) fresh vegetables and fruits, (d) grocery items & (e) milk, dairy and juices.
Brangus cow meat, she said, is tastier and more succulent than the beef produced separately by these cows.
And yet instead of embracing ways to make cow meat more exclusive and tasteful, the beef industry mostly wants to keep it cheap and plentiful.
Indian Muslims eat less meat than any other Muslims and if they do they eat none cow meat, some for not to offend their Hindus friends and some for health reseans.
Therefore, as per the recommendations of the World Health Organisation for Animal Health, regarding the export of cow meat from the countries that have this disease, no ban decision should be imposed.
Therefore, as per recommendations of the World Health Organization for Animal Health (Office International des Epizooties - OIE) regarding the export of cow meat from the countries that have this disease, no ban decision should be imposed.