Cluck ‘n Moo Burgers Review
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Hubby’s health dictates controlling his diet meaning calories, fats, salts. His physician’s dictate, “Cut the beef,” cut him deep. Then a dietitian recommended mixing half ground beef and half ground turkey. Problem is hubby does not like turkey. So finding Cluck ‘n Moo burgers–half-chicken (50%) and half-beef (50%–means kitchen help me no longer suffers his groans and moans.
Cluck ‘n Moo burgers are made from antibiotic free, hormone free chickens and grass-fed cows. they are a gluten free mix with 34% fewer calories, 52% less fat, and 57% less saturated fat than regular all beef burgers. Even grilled fully cooked to an internal temperature of 165 not medium rare, they taste like hamburger with big differences:
#1 They are all natural.
#2 they contain no artificial ingredients.
#3 They contain no preservatives.
Lean mean fat-reducing grilling machine out, garlic, onions and mushrooms steaming, tomatoes cut, condiments and pickles on the table, time to enjoy. Hubby, now on his second burger, thinks Cluck ‘n Moo Grass Fed Beef & Chicken Burgers beats fast food. I agree with him. Not only are cluck ‘n Moo delicious, juicy, and guilt-free healthy, and economical, they can be built my way, his way, your way unlike most chain restaurant offerings.
Cluck ‘N Moo would also make for a healthier version of chili, just use it instead of beef!