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by 1353 · August 27, 2013 at 07:14 AM

Is best for tendon/joint irritation? Or does it matter? (Wild Salmon, cod, sardine, etc etc etc)

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Zachary_Taylor_MA 0 · August 27, 2013 at 02:38 AM

For joints, you want to be consuming high quality fish oil along with regular consumption of collagen-based foods such as broths and stocks. With regard to finding a high quality fish oil, I don't find the type of fish is of too much importance,... (more)

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by 10 · October 14, 2012 at 02:37 PM

Yesterday, I made some beef stew with cross cut beef shanks and tendon. When I took the stew out of the refrigerator this morning, I found that the stew liquid had turned into a layer of gelatin on the bottom with some liquidy, not so solid fat... (more)

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by 5100 · February 27, 2012 at 09:19 PM

I got me some grass-fed beef knuckles through mail order. After thawing, I realized just how huge the knuckles are. So I decided to detach the meat and tendons attached to the knuckles. Spent a good part of the afternoon doing that with my... (more)

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dzone 0 · February 27, 2012 at 09:19 PM

I think a slow cooker on the lowest setting may be the best way to cook them- just add them in with your knuckle bones.

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by 581 · February 13, 2012 at 04:22 PM

anyone knows anything of the nutritional profile of beef tendon? does it have protein and fat in it?

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by 24343 · August 29, 2011 at 10:19 AM

When you eat a plant, only pubmed can tell you what all is in your food. When you eat an animal, you can more relate to what's going into your body. Beef muscle? I've got some muscle! Chicken liver? I've got one of those, I think. How... (more)

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Jon_Thoroddsen 0 · September 13, 2010 at 02:41 PM

I think for tendons, it might very well apply. Tendons and cartilage might include lots of minerals that are in short supply. See this hack.