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by 78422 · about 2 hours ago

Does anyone have a link to nutrition data for gristle(a.k.a animal connective tissue)? I have searched the net and sites have only said to 'trim off the fat'---not very useful advice. I hope the PALEOS can enlighten me on this issue...

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paleohacks 0 · April 05, 2011 at 12:33 AM

Here you go partner: http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/gelatin.shtml

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by 6082 · October 31, 2014 at 4:21 AM

It's really chewy, and kind of gross, but it is fat... Should I eat it? Am I wasting a good source of fat by chopping off the grizzle on the edge of the meat?

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HealthRediscovery 0 · March 01, 2010 at 7:04 AM

If it is animal, you can eat it. If it is tough, get it into small enough pieces and then do as the Inuit (Stephanson, Fat of the Land) did- roll around in your mouth a few times for flavor and then just swallow it.

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by 0 · October 30, 2014 at 5:06 AM

Question is pretty self explanatory, is the white stuff fat, gristle or something else?

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andrew 0 · April 13, 2014 at 8:07 AM

The "white stuff" is fat and connective tissues, which melt down to make a wonderful, succulent sauce. Also, if cooked long enough, there is a load of gelatine in the bones which make the sauce even more super yummy.Google braised oxtail, or... (more)

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