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In the June 1998 issue of HWHW, you wrote that a 3.3 ounce T-bone steak, broiled, yields 26.8 grams of protein. Since 3.3 ounces weighs roughly 100 grams, I'm wondering what makes up the outstanding grams in that T-bone steak. Is it fat?

In the June 1998 issue of HWHW, you wrote that a 3.3 ounce T-bone steak, broiled, yields 26.8 grams of protein. Since 3.3 ounces weighs roughly 100 grams, I'm wondering what makes up the outstanding grams in that T-bone steak. Is it fat? Harv Womens Health Watch. 1998 Sep; 6(1):8.

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