‘After our wicked cold winter this year, we’re oh-so-ready to just get outside. One of the iconic outdoor summer activities is grilling: Let The Flames Begin!
But we typically assume that foods from the backyard BBQ or the Fourth of July cook-out are bad for you. That conventional wisdom, however, doesn’t have to be true.
Sure, your annual Memorial Day burger and braut bonanza can pack on pounds and become bad for your health, even if you eat the nitrate-free versions. But the health of your summer grill has just as much to do with what you’re cooking, as it does with how you cook it.
Because how you grill can either decrease or increase the carcinogens you’re downing by the spork-full.’