MSU researchers: what’s at steak?
W. Harris of Starkville takes his time when searching for steaks to feed his family. He carefully inspects the meat at the grocery store and often ends up with a pack of thin-cut New York strips.
“The strips make my family happy,” Harris said. “You can see the juice in that cut before it’s even cooked.”
Mississippi State University researchers from the Department of Food Science, Nutrition and Health Promotion, found that Harris is not the only American who considers a variety of factors when choosing a steak.
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