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2011/03/28 18:28:16 (permalink)
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Duck!

 
I dont suppose anyone knows the protein value of duck meat? Like lamb, i love eating it and obviously and i mix it up by eating all kinds of meat but i havnt been able to find anything on duck.
 
I know its not vitally important but i was just curious if was higher in protein then things like chiken, beef or pork
 
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    Nigeepoo
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    Re:Duck! 2011/03/28 18:35:39 (permalink)
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    It's probably similar to chicken & turkey.
    You're gonna get roasted on here for eating duck, as it has a very high fat content (great for keto diets, though!).
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    Re:Duck! 2011/03/28 18:40:55 (permalink)
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    I remember watching Jamie Oliver cook some duck breasts on a pan and the fat that came out of the breasts were unbelievable! 

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    Re:Duck! 2011/03/28 18:48:53 (permalink)
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    im bulking so the fat content doesnt bother me
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    Re:Duck! 2011/03/28 19:31:49 (permalink)
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    Glen26

    im bulking so the fat content doesnt bother me

    Well it should !
     
    Duck: per 100g roasted with meat, fat and skin
    Protein 20g (less than chicken)
    Fat 38.1g
    423k cals per 100g
     
    You must be quackers if you think thats a good food for a bodybuilder!
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    Re:Duck! 2011/03/28 19:39:38 (permalink)
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    Skinless, I think it's about 3% fat and 30% protein. It's not quite chicken breast but, damn, it's tasty. 
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    Re:Duck! 2011/03/28 19:43:01 (permalink)
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    welshwizard10

    I remember watching Jamie Oliver cook some duck breasts on a pan and the fat that came out of the breasts were unbelievable! 

    And a good chef would never waste it. I render the fat down from duck breasts and that goes into a pot in the fridge for making the most spectacular roast potatoes. Only for those rare cheat meals when I have guests over, of course.
     
    I appreciate this is the wrong forum for such posts and I'm not doing the weak-willed any favours here. Sorry.
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    Re:Duck! 2011/05/04 18:58:19 (permalink)
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    Well it should !


     
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    Re:Duck! 2011/05/05 09:48:44 (permalink)
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    Well it should !

    Duck: per 100g roasted with meat, fat and skin
    Protein 20g (less than chicken)
    Fat 38.1g
    423k cals per 100g

    You must be quackers if you think thats a good food for a bodybuilder!

    lol, looks good to me!!
     
    Love duck, but its expensive and easy to cook badly (I eat most of my meat at work, so often don't get to turn oven off if I'm caught on a call, etc) so I typically just have in restaurants.
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    Re:Duck! 2011/05/05 22:07:55 (permalink)
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    I know duck is high in fat - but crispy duck and pancakes??!   Hmmmmm   (OK, best left for a treat!)
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