Author Dan O'Brien said that buffalo meat is sweet and tender and has a unique taste. He also said that it has to be prepared as carefully as fresh fish. The magazine Women's Health said that the taste of beef burgers and buffalo burgers is almost indistinguishable, but that buffalo burgers are a bit sweeter and more tender. It normally costs more than beef.
Buffalo burgers have less cholesterol, less fat, and less food energy than burgers made from beef or chicken. The American Heart Association recommended buffalo burgers in 1997 as more heart-healthy than chicken or beef. The burger is high in nutrients such as protein, zinc, and vitamin B12. Buffalo burgers are more healthy than beef because bison do not store as much fat as cattle. An 85-gram (3-ounce) serving of buffalo meat has 390 kilojoules (93 kilocalories) and 1.8 g of fat compared to 770 kJ (183 kcal) and 8.7 g of fat in the same serving as beef. A recipe for simple buffalo burgers was listed in Men's Health Muscle Chow. The magazine EatingWell came up with a buffalo burger recipe that is low in cholesterol and high in calcium.
Still, once you get past that aspect, the cookbook itself is a good option for weight loss and for muscle building. It also provides around 200 different recipes, which is more than many other options. The number of recipes available, coupled with the good reviews that the book gets, suggests that this is a great option all around.
This cookbook is another option that can work for vegetarians interested in bodybuilding. The appealing factor here is the high protein nature of the recipes, which means that they can play a key role in muscle development. The cookbook does also have no shortage images throughout it, which makes it more visually appealing than many of the other examples on this list. 59ce067264