Here's the set up...we put regular, lean, extra lean, and Skinny Beef ground beef on the grill below:
Here are some more shots from our older grill that we took when we first started comparing various ground beef items to see how our Skinny Beef ground beef compared:
Regular Ground Beef - 20 grams of fat per serving - TEN TIMES THE AMOUNT OF FAT!
Here is high quality, regular grain fed (not grass fed - I encourage you to do your own research on this subject), fat filled burger patties from a famous online company that you would recognize immediately. It cost $17.99 per pound after shipping.
This was actually kind of fun...when I did this picture, I had never cooked regular burgers on the George Foreman Grill - fun because the burgers were so slick (fatty) that they kept sliding toward the front of the grill! As you can see, lots and lots of fat...I even poured it out on the dirt outside as I didn't want this much fat going down the disposal and coating all of my house pipes...not to mention my arteries! Enough said!
As Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru states on his supermarketguru.com under Healthy Choices at the Meat Case: "For the best-tasting beef, think grass-fed. Grass-fed beef is now available in most stores, and this meat comes from cattle that roam freely in open pastures and eat natural (and healthier) grasses and no grains. The meat is also free from growth hormones and antibiotics. Grass-fed beef has a different nutritional profile than conventional beef: half as much fat, twice as much omega-3 fatty acids, and higher level of vitamin E."