Easy Chicken Meat Stew Recipe

Spoon and Fork Preview for Chicken Recipe.This is a simple and an easy to follow recipe for stewing some chicken meat. Do you like to eat chicken meat? I do, especially after I personally cook it. One of my favorite ways to cook chicken is by stewing it, but first there will be a boiling process for removing some unwanted extra fat and for juicier and more tender feel and taste. I’ve recently decided to cook some food for my family and I, and I like to cook it so there would be enough for at least two days. I just don’t have time for cooking every day. At the same time I like to cook and/or yummy food :)

If you want to know the Nutrients and Health Benefits of Chicken meat then go to This Link. At the same time, if you want to know the Nutrients and Health Benefits of Quinoa which is what I cooked with this meat, then go follow This Link.

The Formula for making Quinoa is easy, just like rice, one cup of Quinoa with two cups of water and with some salt and herbs for better taste. In other words 1 Cup of Quinoa = 2 Cups of Water, or 4 Cups of Quinoa = 8 Cups of Water. Close the lid with all that mixed together in one pot. Bring all of that to boil and let it simmer for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes open the lid and move the quinoa to see the water at the bottom of the pot. If there is still some water left then stir it all and let it be for a minute or two without the lid so all extra water evaporates. You’ll may want to add about half a stick of Organic butter and mix it all together again so it doesn’t stick too much when it cools down. Also, taste it at this point and add salt if it needs it, but don’t over salt it.

Anyway, back to the Chicken meat recipe. It is up to you if you want to include some vegetables in it or not, but an onion and garlic is A MUST. I believe that garlic and onions make all kinds of meats taste better, juicier, and more tender. In my opinion and according to some people, onions make hard-to-chew meat become easy-to-chew meat. So, I think we can begin with the steps and the recipe for Chicken Meat. Continue reading

Squab Meat Nutrients and Health Benefits

Squab Meat - Dove - PigeonSquab Meat usually comes from Domestic Pigeons or Doves. Pigeons and Doves come from a Columbidae family which includes about 300 species. Squab literally means Loose Fat Flesh, so any young Dove or Pigeon is considered a Squab. Most squabs get to about a month old before being ready for food processing. Squabs and/or Pigeons have been a popular meat for meals for a long time now and was used by many civilizations. Squab meat is considered to be Dark Meat similar to the duck meat. The meat from pigeons is lean, mild, full of proteins, vitamins, minerals, and is very digestible. People describe Squab as Tender, Fine-Grained, and with a Silky texture. People cook Squab in many different ways, pretty much just like if you would cook any other meat; fried, roasted, boiled, stewed, or grilled. Dove, Pigeon, or Squab is considered a delicacy and/or exotic and very unique meat. Some people call these birds as Doves and/or Pigeons depending on their own knowledge or opinion, but according to others, the larger species are considered as Pigeons and the smaller ones are considered as Doves. The Nutrients in one Raw Meat-Only Squab which is about 168 grams are: Continue reading

Goat Meat Delicious Recipe

Goat Meat RecipeToday I would like to share my delicious and unique recipe for Goat Meat. Why Goat Meat and not some other kind of meat? Well, let’s say it is the healthiest or one of the most healthiest meats out there. Also, I got it from a good local farmer that doesn’t use any deadly chemicals on his animals. The recipe that used on this Goat Meat can actually be used for any kind of meat. I love using this kind of recipe with the ingredients that you’ll see below, because it just tastes really good, smells really good, and makes me feel better about what I’m eating, because I know how I cooked it. Continue reading

Barley Soup Recipe

Barley Grain in SoupBarley is pretty healthy so I’d recommend to try to use it in your meals from time to time. If you want to find out the Nutrients and Benefits of Barley then just click on THIS LINK to go see my older post about that topic. Anyway, there are lots of recipes and ideas on how to prepare Barley or how to make different kinds of meal with Barley. In this post I would like to tell you how to make a soup with Barley. It is totally up to you of course on how many ingredients or what ingredients you want to use, but I’ll just let you know one of the unique recipes that people have these days for barley soups. Some people prefer to presoak Barley overnight, but some don’t want to do that so we’ll just have to cook it a little longer. If you follow this recipe in the order I write it then you should be able to accomplish it without any problems. Continue reading

Food, inc. Review

Today I would like to give my little review on the Food, inc. movie. Well, first of all they made a big mistake on using the word evolution, which should have been creation instead. They kept on referring to the Evolution Religion Theory about two or three times, when we all know the truth that we and everything around us was created by our God Creator. They also referred to some history being about 10,000 years when it should have been about 6,000 years. Second of all, the way people described the movie, I expected to see some teenagers spit in people’s foods at fast food restaurants, but the movie did NOT have that at all, they went way deeper then I expected them to go, they actually revealed what is happening even before the food gets to the grocery stores and fast food restaurants. So, the movie is pretty interesting on all the other topics, at the same time you can see that they could show you more on their topics, but something or someone was not letting them. The Food, inc. Movie was really disapproving or revealing lots of negative secrets behind the food processing of couple major companies. One of the companies was a major meat producer. And the other one is the major agricultural company. The meat company has these statements to say for themselves, which were taken directly from their website, they named it “Our Core Values”:
“We are a company of people engaged in the production of food, seeking to pursue truth and integrity, and committed to creating value for our shareholders, our customers, and our people in the process.

Who we are:
- We strive to be a company of diverse people working together to produce food.
- We strive to be honorable people.
- We strive to be a faith-friendly company.

What we do:
- We feed our families, the nation, and the world with trusted food products.
- We serve as stewards of the animals, land, and environment entrusted to us.
- We strive to provide a safe work environment for our Team Members.

How we do it:
- We strive to earn consistent and satisfactory profits for our shareholders and to invest in our people, products, and processes.
- We strive to operate with integrity and trust in all we do.
- We strive to honor God and be respectful of each other, our customers, and other stakeholders.”

After reading this on their website and after watching the Food, inc. movie it is actually not that easy to tell who is telling the truth. So, I guess it is up to you to make your own decision and research on this argument.
The agricultural company has many leading brands listed under them. This agricultural company has these statements to say for themselves, which is taken directly from their website, they named it “Our Pledge”:

“Our Pledge is our commitment to how we do business. It is a declaration that compels us to listen more, to consider our actions and their impact broadly, and to lead responsibly. It helps us to convert our values into actions, and to make clear who we are and what we champion.

Integrity:
- Integrity is the foundation for all that we do. Integrity includes honesty, decency, consistency, and courage. Building on those values, we are committed to:
Dialogue:
- We will listen carefully to diverse points of view and engage in thoughtful dialogue. We will broaden our understanding of issues in order to better address the needs and concerns of society and each other.
Transparency:
- We will ensure that information is available, accessible, and understandable.
Sharing:
- We will share knowledge and technology to advance scientific understanding, to improve agriculture and the environment, to improve crops, and to help farmers in developing countries.
Benefits:
- We will use sound and innovative science and thoughtful and effective stewardship to deliver high-quality products that are beneficial to our customers and to the environment.
Respect:
- We will respect the religious, cultural, and ethical concerns of people throughout the world. The safety of our employees, the communities where we operate, our customers, consumers, and the environment will be our highest priority.
Act as Owners to Achieve Results:
- We will create clarity of direction, roles, and accountability; build strong relationships with our customers and external partners; make wise decisions; steward our company resources; and take responsibility for achieving agreed-upon results.
Create a Great Place to Work:
- We will ensure diversity of people and thought; foster innovation, creativity and learning; practice inclusive teamwork; and reward and recognize our people.”

And again After reading these statements on their website and after watching the Food, inc. movie it is actually not that easy to tell who is telling the truth. So, I guess it is up to you to make your own decision and research on this argument, because I wasn’t there myself and I didn’t see neither of the companies on the inside, so I can’t tell you what is going on there, and at the same time I don’t know who are the real people behind creating the Food, inc. movie. In other words, the movie Food, inc. is not enough for you to start believing everything they tell you, you need to research yourself too. What I did like about the movie a lot is that they promoted and supported Organic Foods, Local Farmers, and Little Private Gardens. Local, Organic, and Private Gardens or Farms are very important for our own health these days, especially with all the genetically engineered junk around us. In the movie they said a very true statement which was something like “When We Make a Purchase – We Make a Vote”. So, just remember if you want healthier foods and better quality products in stores and everywhere else, then you can vote for that by buying it, instead of supporting Foreign Made stuff or Genetically Engineered Junk Foods and Seeds. If you would like to go and buy this movie then just click HERE or on its picture.

Deer Meat – Venison Nutrients and Benefits

deer venison meatPeople have different taste in everything, color, smell, sound, and even in food. So, some people love deer meat and some don’t, but it still has good and healthy nutrients and benefits. Deer meat is also called Venison. The Nutrients that you could find in Venison are:
- Vitamin B1, Thiamin
- Vitamin B2, Riboflavin (good amount)
- Vitamin B3, Niacin (good amount)
- Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid
- Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine
- Vitamin B9, Folate
- Vitamin B12, Cobalamin (large amount)
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
- Protein (large amount)
- Iron (good amount)
- Phosphorus (good amount)
- Selenium
- Zinc
- Copper
- Natural Fats
- Cholesterol (good amount)
- Magnesium
- Manganese
- Potassium
- Sodium
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids
- Amino Acids (extreme amounts)

The benefits that you could get from Venison meat or in other words Deer Meat are:
- Helps with Menstruation
- Supports Metabolism
- Provides Healthy energy
- Helps Pregnant women
- Supports Cardiovascular Health
- Protects from Atherosclerosis
- Protects from Diabetic Heart Disease
- Lowers Risk of Heart Attack
- Lowers Risk of Stroke
- Prevents Osteoporosis
- Supports Colon Health
- Reduces Risk of Colon Cancer
- Lowers risk of migraine attacks
- Lowers chances of Osteoarthritis
- Improves Immune System
- Supports skin health
- Supports hair health
- Supports nail health
- Supports muscle health

Also, if you are interested in Saving Money, Time, and Calories, and Making All Your Favorite Fast Food and Restaurant Recipes Right in Your Own Home, then we recommend these awesome eBooks called “The CopyCat Cookbooks: Fast Food and Restaurants“.

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Or, if you would like a Venison CookBook with great recipes on how to cook deer’s meat, then I recommend this book called “Venison Cookbook A. D. Livingston“.

Goat Meat Nutrients and Benefits

goatToday many Goats are being used and kept as pets, but in the older times Goats have been used mainly for their Hair, Skin, Meat, and Milk. For a long time now it has been known to people that Goat Meat is the most or one of the most healthiest meats out there. Even in the Bible the Goat is considered as a Clean Animal, which means with good, clean, and healthy meat. Goats are very intelligent and curious animals, which explains why most of the times they like to stick their noses where they shouldn’t by climbing on shelves, fences, or hay stacks, and by chewing the weirdest things. The young Goat’s Meat is usualy called Cabrito or Kid, but the older Goat’s Meat is either called Chevon or Mutton. Goat Meat Nutrients are very high in amounts and are very important for our health. As you can see below that from these extremely amazing Goat Meat Nutrients you get those extremely important Goat Meat Benefits. The Nutrients that are found in 340 grams of Cooked Roasted Goat Meat are:
- Vitamin B1, Thiamin (good amount)
- Vitamin B2, Riboflavin (extreme amount)
- Vitamin B3, Niacin (large amount)
- Vitamin B9, Folate
- Vitamin B12, Cobalamin (large amount)
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin K
- Choline
- Betaine
- Protein (extreme amount)
- Natural Fats
- Cholesterol (large amount)
- Sodium
- Amino Acids
- Calcium
- Iron (large amount)
- Phosphorus (large amount)
- Potassium (good amount)
- Zinc (extreme amount)
- Copper (large amount)
- Manganese
- Selenium (large amount)
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids
- Omega 6 Fatty Acids
- Calories (good amount)

So, the Goat Meat Nutrients were awesome indeed, but now let’s see what we will find out about the Goat Meat Benefits:
- Supports Cardiovascular Health
- Improves Skin Health
- Supports Cells Health
- Improves Immune System
- Improves Hair Health
- Improves Nails Health
- Improves Children’s Development
- Supports Muscle Health
- Protects from joint pains
- Supports Thyroid Health
- Protects from Free Radicals
- Maintains Normal Blood Sugar Levels
- Improves Metabolism
- Supports Immune System
- Improves Smell Sense
- Improves Taste Sense
- Improves your mood
- Prevents Depression
- Protects from Colds
- Protects from Infections
- Supports bones health
- Supports Joints Health
- Protects your nerves
- Improves Good Cholesterol
- Decreases Bad Cholesterol
- Provides Healthy Energy
- Improves Concentration
- Helps Prevent Headaches
- Helps Prevent Depression
- Supports Digestion
- Improves Memory
- Supports Heart Health
- Helps prevent warts
- Helps cure warts

raising goats Complete GuideSo, it looks like the Goat Meat is extremely healthy and beneficial for our health indeed. We do recommend that you find a good farmer that sells good organic goat meat and buy it from him or her, so you and your family could enjoy the food and the life. Also, if you are interested in Raising Your Own Meat Goats, Milk Goats, or Some Other Special Goat, then we recommend this Book called “A Beginners Guide to Raising Goats“. Or, if you are interested in a Goat Milk Nutrients and Benefits Article, then please read it on THIS PAGE.

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Chicken Meat Nutrients and Benefits

chicken meatChicken meat is a very popular poultry dish around the world. When you cook chicken, make sure that you cook it through all the way, or you might get some parasites. If you will eat a roasted chicken breast, then you may get these kind of nutrients:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B1, Thiamin
- Vitamin B2, Riboflavin
- Vitamin B3, Niacin (large amount)
- Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid
- Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine (good amount)
- Vitamin B9, Folate
- Vitamin B12, Cobalamin
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
- Tryptophan (extreme amount)
- Protein (large amount)
- Selenium (good amount)
- Phosphorus (good amount)
- Natural Fats
- Cholesterol (good amount)
- Calcium
- Copper
- Iron
- Magnesium
- Manganese
- Potassium
- Sodium
- Zinc
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids
- Amino Acids (Extreme Amounts)

If the chicken is cooked just right then it can be very beneficial for our health. Here are the benefits of chicken meat:
- Protects from Bone Loss
- Supports Bone Health
- Protects from some cancers
- Protects from Cognitive Decline
- Protects from Alzheimer’s Disease
- Supports Cardiovascular Health
- Lowers Bad Cholesterol Levels (LDL)
- Raises Good Cholesterol Levels (HDL)
- Normalizes Blood Sugar Levels
- Supports Healthy Fat process
- Reduces Weakness
- Normalizes appetite
- Reduces skin infections
- Reduces digestive issues
- Provides Healthy Energy
- Improves Skin health

Also, if you are interested in Raising Chickens for meat purposes, then we recommend this book called “Storey’s Guide to Raising Chickens“.

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Or, if you are interested in Saving Money, Time, and Calories, and Making All Your Favorite Fast Food and Restaurant Recipes Right in Your Own Home, then we recommend these awesome eBooks called “The CopyCat Cookbooks: Fast Food and Restaurants“.

Beef – Cow Meat Nutrients and Benefits

beefBeef is a lot healthier and more beneficial than pork. It is always best if you try to get the organic meat without any added pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics. Beef either comes from a Cow or a Bull. Beef tastes great and it has very good and important Nutrients.
- Vitamin B1, Thiamin
- Vitamin B2, Riboflavin (good amount)
- Vitamin B3, Niacin (good amount)
- Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine (good amount)
- Vitamin B9, Folate
- Vitamin B12, Cobalamin (good amount)
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
- Tryptophan (large amount)
- Protein (large amount)
- Zinc (good amount)
- Selenium (good amount)
- Phosphorus (good amount)
- Iron (good amount)
- Natural Fats
- Cholesterol
- Copper
- Magnesium
- Molybdenum
- Potassium
- Sodium
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids
- Amino Acids (large amounts)

Not only does the beef meat taste great but it also has good and healthy benefits. The beef we are talking about is not the one you get at fast food restaurants in burgers and other cheap and deadly foods like that, but we are talking about the good and healthy and organic beef:
- Supports Heart Health
- Prevents Colon Cancer
- Cardiovascular Benefits
- Reduces Risk of Heart Attack
- Reduces Risk of Stroke
- Protects from some cancers
- Reduces Inflammations
- Prevents Asthma
- Prevents Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Supports Immune System
- Prevents Atherosclerosis
- Prevents Infections
- Supports Bone Health

Sheep – Lamb Meat Nutrients and Benefits

lamb meatLamb meat is one of the better meats for our health. Lamb is a very young sheep or in other words less than one years old. Did you know that the fat from the sheep is very healthy and beneficial for our health too? Well, now you do :) The Nutrients in Roasted Lamb are:
- Vitamin B1, Thiamin
- Vitamin B2, Riboflavin
- Vitamin B3, Niacin (good amount)
- Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid
- Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine
- Vitamin B12, Cobalamin (good amount)
- Vitamin D
- Folate
- Tryptophan (large amount)
- Protein (large amount)
- Selenium (good amount)
- Zinc (good amount)
- Phosphorus
- Natural Fats
- Cholesterol (good amount)
- Calcium
- Copper
- Iron
- Magnesium
- Manganese
- Molybdenum
- Potassium
- Sodium
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids
- Amino Acids (large amounts)

The Benefits that you can get from the Lamb meat are:
- Supports Immune Function
- Supports Wound Healing
- Regulates Blood Sugar Levels
- Supports Metabolism
- Supports smell sense
- Supports taste sense
- Protects from Prostate Cancer
- Supports Cardiovascular Health
- Provides Natural Energy
- Supports Healthy Developing of Nerve Cells
- Protects from anemia
- Protects from Alzheimers Disease
- Protects from Cognitive Decline

Also, if you are interested in Raising your own sheep or lamb for meat purposes, then we recommend this book called “Storey’s Guide to Raising Sheep“.

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Or, if you are interested in Recipes for cooking the Lamb, then we recommend this book called “The Great Lamb Cookbook“.