Diets tend to be pretty strict about cutting out red meat. If a good burger is your weakness, then you may be tempted to cheat. No need! There are delicious hamburgers you can create at home that are healthy and taste good.
The thing is that turkey meat often taste the same if not better than most Burger meat out there. Ironically, it comes with zero of the negative side effects of normal meat. It is much lower on fat than normal meat products and is a much higher source of protein as well. This is why it is crazy that most people overlook turkey meat and stick to high fattening Himalaya Burger meat.
Those two sandwiches, which cost me around 8 bucks total and for which I spent a total wait time of about 5 minutes, accounted for 64 grams of fat and over 2300 mg of sodium. That was two little sandwiches. Most doctors recommend we keep our daily sodium intake below 1500 mg and fat at about 65 grams.
You should always know what your competition is doing, it is essential to your success. It may be difficult to go yourself though as you would no doubt be known. So send one of your employees instead. Brief them what to look for. It will also give you the opportunity to treat a staff member to something different. How about showing up for work to be told you have to go out to dinner or lunch…all expenses paid!!!
On the good side, “steamed” is the healthiest way to cook. Poached blackened broiled baked and grilled are generally Burger restaurant smarter ways to prepare food. You can also request that minimal or no oil be used and that any sauce can be placed on the side.
OChoose only the dishes that you want to highlight from the menu. These could be your specialties or food from your new recipes. Not that you feel that the other dishes are inferior but because you wouldn’t want to crowd the walls and windows with pictures.
Not once do they miss little details like grilled onions instead of fresh – or giving you incomplete orders – I wish I can say the same thing with other fast food chains.
The Holy Spirit’s ministry is partly to help us RECEIVE all the free things that God wants to give us (I Cor 2:12). We should receive them, like manna, everyday. This is what makes the Christian life powerful. It’s not about us – it’s all about Him. The Christian life is not my responsibility, but rather my response to his ability. The Parable of the Sower – (the seed, the root, and the fruit) – will keep us growing and conforming to the image of Jesus (Rom 8:29).