Ground beef or minced beef finely chopped beef and are widely used in many recipes worldwide.
Beef mince is especially rich in high-quality protein, minerals, and vitamins that play a great role in improving muscle growth and maintenance. To be precise, ground beef contains 22 grams of protein per 3-ounce serving. Ground beef contains zero carbohydrates, and hence, can be consumed by people following a low-carb diet. The higher protein content in minced beef can result in increased exercise performance. The presence of various B vitamins, including thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pyridoxine (B6), folate (B9), and cobalamin (B12), along with zinc has proven to be beneficial in maintaining a healthy immune system. Vitamin B3 or niacin present in the cattle meat also aids in the proper function of our systems, including the production of sex hormones.
How to use:
Ground or minced beef can be eaten in many forms and can be added in various recipes including cheeseburgers, hamburgers, keto taco cups, curries, roast, etc.
Minced beef should be stored in refrigerators at 40°F or below and should be used within two days. To store it for longer, place it in a freezer.