Is Salisbury steak bad for you?

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asked Feb 19 in Other-Food Drink by Zootedwidward (500 points)
Is Salisbury steak bad for you?

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answered Feb 19 by Jamminjammie (2,640 points)
Salisbury steak can be bad for you and your health when eaten in excess.

But in moderation eating Salisbury steak is not bad for you.

However Salisbury steak does contain a lot of grease, fat content and calories so in excess the excess grease, fat etc can be bad for your heart and arteries.

Even hamburgers can be bad for your health when eaten in excess but as long as you're eating healthy foods along with the Salisbury Steak or Hamburger you can still enjoy good health.

Hamburger and Salisbury Steak are similar because Salisbury Steak is made of ground beef which hamburger is also made of.

But the difference between Salisbury Steak and Hamburger is in the way the ground beef is prepared to make the Salisbury Steak.

Salisbury Steak is made with other ingredients and is topped with gravy unlike most hamburgers which are usually just put between hamburger buns and sometimes cheese.

Salisbury Steak is good for you in moderation.

But since Salisbury Steak contains grease and is made of ground beef and contains butter, gravy etc then eating too much Salisbury Steak can be bad for your health.

If you eat other healthy things besides the Salisbury Steak then it's healthy to eat the Salisbury Steak as you do get some protein from the Salisbury Steak.

It's not the healthiest but it's okay in moderation.

Salisbury Steak contains 7 grams of carbs per serving of Salisbury Steak.

Ground Beef is the meat that Salisbury steak is made of.

Salisbury steak is made of a blend of ground beef as well as other ingredients and is usually served with gravy and sometimes brown sauce.

Salisbury steak is also a version of Hamburg Steak.

The ingredients to make Salisbury Steak is to take a large bowl and mix together 1/3 cup condensed French onion soup with ground beef, bread crumbs, egg, salt and black pepper.

Shape it into 6 oval patties.

Then next in a large skillet over medium-high heat, brown both sides of patties.

After that is done then you pour off any excess fat.

In a small bowl, blend flour and remaining soup until smooth.

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