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First domesticated over 4,000 years ago in Macedonia, Crete, and Anatolia regarded as sacred in some parts of Africa and India
Several hundred species of cattle, but only about 30 are bred for consumption
"Beef usually refers to meat from heifers, cows, bulls, bull-calves, oxen, and steers flavor/quality dependent on age of meat and mariner in which it was raised, cuts and names for them vary widely between regions and countries
Beef became more popular in the US after shortages of pork and chicken during the Civil War

Brought to New World Discovered in New World Chocolate Corn Crab Eggs Finfish Chilies Ginger Lamb Mushroom One Pot Cooking Pasta Noodles Pork Potato Rice Salad Shellfish Smoking Spice Blends Tomato Vegetarian Wraps.

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