Veal is a common red meat choice and typically comes from male calves who are twenty weeks old.
When compared to beef, veal meat is more good for diet-conscious people owing to its low cholesterol fat. Veal bone in is a powerhouse of nutrients, it provides more protein than beef and helps in body growth and muscle building. Vitamin D, also known as the ‘sunshine vitamin’ present in veal contributes to the proper functioning of muscles and maintenance of bone health. Veal bones have a high concentration of collagen, gelatin, and glycine that are beneficial for gut health. Veal is a rich source of vitamin B, vitamin B-12, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and pantothenic acid. Those who follow zero or low carbohydrate diets can have veal as they have zero carbs in a 3 oz. quantity.
Bone-in veal can be consumed in various forms as stock, curries, cutlet, soup, etc.
We can store unopened raw veal chops in their original store packaging in the refrigerator to maximize their shelf life. Open the package only it is ready to use. Store cooked veal in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 days, and longer in the freezer.