Find a Lean Steak

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Good news for steak lovers: There are 16 cuts that contain fewer than 10 grams of fat per serving. Some of our favorites are top round, blade and flank because you don't have to marinate them if you're short on time. The key to keeping lean steak tender: Cook it to medium-rare and thinly slice it against the grain.

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