That’s a really good question. It varies with what part of the animal you’re eating. A 3 oz piece of breast cutlet, broiled, has 28 g of protein. Boneless shoulder roast (beef) is also 28 g for 3 oz. For more detailed breakdowns of protein contents see these links:
Lean meats in general, which includes lean cuts from both chicken and beef, contain approximately 30g of protein per 100g serving. The leanest cut of beef appears to be ground sirloin, which is 90% lean and 10% fat. In addition, beef is an excellent source of zinc and iron, while chicken “contains all of the essential amino acids.”
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