Featured MedFriendly Entry: Absolute Temperature
Absolute temperature is temperature that is measured from a
reference point of an absolute zero. In other words, the lowest
temperature possible on such temperature scales is zero degrees
and there are no negative temperatures (e.g., -10 degrees).
Celsius and Fahrenheit do not have absolute zero measurements
and include negative temperatures (e.g., -10 degrees). This can
Featured Blog Entry: Wagyu Beef: A Better Way to Get Natural Fats?
Most countries have a grading system, depending upon the marbled
fat in the beef, they also use the same system to weed out the poor
cuts of beef in foods. The more marbled the fat is within the beef
then the more flavour and tender the beef actually is, this also
achieves the highest grade. The highest grade of beef (prime beef)
according to USDA grading system has to have a grading of 6-8%.
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