Saturday, May 25, 2024

' HOT DOGS'............GET YOUR HOT DOGS !!!!!!!!............

 

I am not sure wtf!!!!!!..........goes in perro caliente/hot dogs........i know  it is  not a  lot of  meat  ...more  fucking garbage  .........than meat  ...i would  say ......... pig parts ........and  other   farm animal parts ........  which you scoff on memorial day  ....incidentally.......... i love watching the  hot  dog eating  championships ....i miss  the   tsunami .....kobiashi!!!!!! .....he is   done .......but  joey is  still doing the  shit  ......and the  black widow   ....fuking amazing fetes of   food  sports .......hot  dogs  have  always   been a  fair sdtaple at  such places  like ........NFL/NBA/hockey/basketball/outside lowes/home depot/new york st/chicago ........etc ....etc .....but they really are just pure  fucking  garbage ......... they sell  a  really full meat hot  dog ........  does not  exist ........not  on these carts  anyways ......they pay what......... 5 bucks  for  a hot   dog  .....the vendor /rent/dog/relish/bu/gas/transport/wage/going to get  products......no fucking way  could   they afford  a real meat  dog ......for  5 bucks ......need to be  close  to  15 at least  ....so what you are eating....... is  a  pink slime  .........tube  filled  with  fucking  garbage  meat .....boiled  to death ....but  hey  when you are  drunk as fuck/stoned /going to a  game .......you will  probably eat  shite through a  sock ........enjoy  .....or not  ......i do not   care  i hate them ........





The Best And Worst Hot Dogs At The Grocery Store, Ranked By Nutritionists

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OK, so hot dogs aren’t the world’s healthiest food, but admit it: If they weren’t on the menu at summer barbecues, it’d feel like losing a friend.

Fortunately, with a growing number of healthier hot dogs hitting supermarket shelves, it’s become possible to indulge and still go easy on your body. You just need to know what to look out for.

First things first: “Avoid traditional or ballpark-labeled hot dogs,” Nicole Avena, a New York-based nutrition consultant, told HuffPost. “These are usually the highest in sodium and contain the most additives and preservatives.”

All processed meats are a health risk ― they’ve been linked to certain types of cancer, like colorectal cancer, because of the way they’re preserved. But there are a few types of meat that offer less risk than the standard beef hot dog, Avena said. Look for a label that indicates whole beef, turkey or chicken, as opposed to mechanically processed and separated meats.

Another important factor is sodium content. “Choose hot dogs that have less than 400 mg (or less than 20% of the daily value) of sodium per serving,” said Gretchen Zimmermann, senior director of cardiometabolic care for Vida Health. (The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that adults limit sodium intake to less than 2,300 mg per day.)

Other indications of a higher-quality hot dog are if they’re uncured and nitrate- and nitrite-free, and have minimal ingredients. “Overall, uncured chicken or turkey hot dogs would be a better option, because they’re usually lower in saturated fat and less processed than beef,” Avena said.

But even if the label says “uncured,” “no nitrates added” or “all natural,” it doesn’t mean these options are necessarily healthier. Natural preservatives, such as celery powder and celery salt, may sound better, but there’s no evidence they’re safer, so it’s still best to minimize your intake.

The same goes for veggie dogs: Choose dogs with minimally processed ingredients, such as tofu, instead of heavily processed soy protein concentrate or isolate.

“An occasional processed veggie dog isn’t likely to be harmful, but these soy ingredients haven’t been well-studied, so there are still some concerns about their safety,” said Samantha Cassetty, nutrition expert and co-author of “Sugar Shock.”

To save you time scanning nutrition labels, here are the healthiest and the least healthy store-bought hot dogs according to nutritionists.

A healthy beef option: Organic Valley Uncured 100% Beef Hot Dogs
A healthy beef option: Organic Valley Uncured 100% Beef Hot Dogs
A healthy beef option: Applegate Naturals Do Good Dog Uncured Beef Hot Dogs
A healthy beef option: Applegate Naturals Do Good Dog Uncured Beef Hot Dogs

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An unhealthy beef option to avoid: Ball Park Brand Prime Uncured Beef Franks
An unhealthy beef option to avoid: Ball Park Brand Prime Uncured Beef Franks

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A healthy pork blend: Applegate Naturals Natural Stadium Beef and Pork Hot Dogs
A healthy pork blend: Applegate Naturals Natural Stadium Beef and Pork Hot Dogs

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A healthy pork blend: Seemore La Dolce Beet-a Pork Sausages
A healthy pork blend: Seemore La Dolce Beet-a Pork Sausages
An unhealthy pork blend to avoid: Kayem Beef & Pork Hot Dogs
An unhealthy pork blend to avoid: Kayem Beef & Pork Hot Dogs
A healthy turkey option: Organic Valley Uncured Pasture-Raised Turkey Hot Dogs
A healthy turkey option: Organic Valley Uncured Pasture-Raised Turkey Hot Dogs
A healthy turkey option: Applegate Natural Uncured Turkey Hot Dog
A healthy turkey option: Applegate Natural Uncured Turkey Hot Dog
An unhealthy turkey option to avoid: Ball Park Brand White Meat Smoked Turkey Franks
An unhealthy turkey option to avoid: Ball Park Brand White Meat Smoked Turkey Franks
A healthy chicken option: Applegate Organics Great Organic Uncured Chicken Hot Dog
A healthy chicken option: Applegate Organics Great Organic Uncured Chicken Hot Dog
A healthy chicken option: Bilinski’s Mild Italian Chicken Sausage with Bell Peppers
A healthy chicken option: Bilinski’s Mild Italian Chicken Sausage with Bell Peppers
An unhealthy chicken option to avoid: Gwaltney Original Chicken Hot Dogs
An unhealthy chicken option to avoid: Gwaltney Original Chicken Hot Dogs
A healthy vegetarian option: Upton Naturals Updog Vegan Hot Dog
A healthy vegetarian option: Upton Naturals Updog Vegan Hot Dog
A healthy vegetarian option: Jack & Annie’s Jackfruit Sausages
A healthy vegetarian option: Jack & Annie’s Jackfruit Sausages
An unhealthy vegetarian option to avoid: Lightlife Smart Dogs
An unhealthy vegetarian option to avoid: Lightlife Smart Dogs

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If any of your go-to dogs made the “steer clear” list, it doesn’t mean you have to ghost them. “Going to barbecues and eating less healthy foods are part of living a joy-filled life,” Cassetty said.

Her advice? If you feel that no family barbecue is complete without a Ball Park frank in your hand, then have one and enjoy. Just don’t make hot dogs a way of life.

“The occasional hot dog at a barbecue when you’re otherwise eating a mostly healthy diet isn’t going to wreck your health,” Cassetty said. “So pick the one you’ll enjoy and be mindful of your diet as a whole.”




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