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Beef is the culinary name for meat from cattle, particularly skeletal muscle. Humans have been eating beef since prehistoric times. Beef is a source of protein and nutrients.

In the food context, beef is meat from cattle that is commonly consumed around the world. Beef is a good source of protein, iron, and other nutrients. Here are some examples of how beef is used in food:

  1. Steak: Beef steak is a popular cut of meat that is often grilled or pan-fried. Some popular cuts of steak include filet mignon, ribeye, and sirloin.

  2. Burgers: Beef can be formed into patties and grilled or cooked on a stovetop to make hamburgers.

  3. Roasts: Beef roasts can be cooked in the oven or slow cooker and served as a main dish for a family meal or special occasion.

  4. Stews: Beef stew is a hearty dish made with beef, vegetables, and broth.

  5. Tacos and burritos: Ground beef is often used in Mexican dishes such as tacos and burritos.

  6. Meatballs: Beef can be formed into meatballs and served with pasta or as an appetizer.

  7. Beef jerky: Beef can be dried and seasoned to make a tasty snack.

Some common cuts of beef include ribeye, sirloin, tenderloin, flank steak, and brisket. It's important to note that consuming too much red meat, such as beef, has been linked to an increased risk of certain health problems, so it's important to eat it in moderation and balance it with other protein sources.

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