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Health advisory: eat less than 10 servings of raw beef per day

A huge decade-long study of 500,000 Americans has come to the conclusion that red meat is bad for you (cancer, heart disease, scabies, etc.). The news prompted Dr. Barry Popkin to offer the following advice:

> People should eat a hamburger only once or twice a week instead of every day, a small steak once a week instead of every other day, and a hot dog every month and a half instead of once a week.

Um…yeah. Setting aside the health and environmental consequences of a hamburger-a-day habit, that is one seriously boring way to eat. And all of this is just to say that I think I’ll start blogging some more recipes.

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