White Meat


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Traditionally any lighter-coloured meat, often contrasted with red meat. White meat or light meat also refers to the lighter-coloured meat of poultry, as contrasted with 'dark meat'. The exact definition of white meat varies by time, place, and culture.
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And there's nothing like tender white meat chicken made from chicken plus water, "isolated soy protein product" (soy protein, modified potato starch, corn starch, carrageenan, and soy lecithin), sugar, salt, and flavoring.
The white meat self-sufficiency is expected to increase from 36% now to 70% in 2030 and 100% in 2040.
ADFSC now plans to supply other types of white meat as well, including rabbit, quail and pigeon raised on farms in Abu Dhabi.
The average South African consumed about 40 kg of white meat in 2011, versus about 20 kg of red meat.
Those who ambush their prey or move quickly for short periods of time would have white meat, which is composed of fast-twitch muscles that allow for quick bursts of activity.
The AHEI is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, high in white meat, low in red meat, and moderate in alcohol consumption.
7] Other studies have suggested that a high fish and seafood white meat consumption may reduce the risk of DM in populations with a prevalence of obesity [8] and hypertension.
July 13 2010 - Turkey's exports of white meat increased by 30 per cent to USD86 million in the first half of 2010 when compared to the same period last year.
BURSA, Jul 12, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkey's exports of white meat increased by 30 percent in the first half of 2010 when compared to the same term last year and reached a value of 86 million USD.
Kahiki's Kung Pao chicken entree features white meat chicken, vegetables and lo mein noodles in a spicy Kung Pao sauce.
99), considered the most versatile grade for the widest range of recipes, special crab meat consists of smaller pieces of white meat from the body of the crab; and Claw ($5.