Lighten Up Your Meat

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When you're making burgers, meatballs or other ground-meat dishes, combine equal parts of beef or pork with a leaner meat like turkey or chicken. You'll save on fat and calories without sacrificing flavor and texture. We mixed ground beef with ground turkey for Food Network Magazine's Light Shepherd's Pie — if you go all-turkey, you lose that great beefy taste.

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