Lean cuts of meat are available from chicken, beef, pork and lamb. To identify lean meat, select a cut with very little visible fat and skin. Look for labels that state the meat is low fat or show a low percentage of fat... More »

Some examples of lean manufacturing include minimizing inventory, simplifying changeover routines and reducing employee wait times. Lean manufacturing involves finding ways to reduce all types of waste in the manufacturi... More »

Red meat is any meat that is dark-colored before cooking, such as beef, lamb, venison and mutton. The meat of most adult mammals falls in the category of red meat. Another, more unusual, example of red meat is from ostri... More »

Mechanically separated chicken is flesh that has been stripped from a chicken carcass after the most popular cuts of meat have been removed. Raw chicken bones are forced through a special sieve to clean them of flesh. Th... More »

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Some lean cuts of pork contain less fat and calories than similar lean cuts of beef, but not all. Depending on the cut, 3 ounces of lean pork contains 120 to 173 calories and 3 to 8 grams of fat compared to lean beef cut... More »

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Beef ham is a type of meat that is created by using high quality cuts of beef. Beef ham is shaped like a traditional ham, but healthier than pork. More »

Pork chops are cuts of meat taken from pigs and are typically pink or pale in color. Pork chops also refers to different cuts of meat, including loin, rib, sirloin and top loin chops. Each type of pork chop cut can be gr... More »