Grass-fed beef is even more nutrient-dense than grain-fed beef. Here are the details you need to know.
One of the first lessons in cooking meat is finding out which steaks and roasts come from specific primal and sub primal cuts. For everyone but the most seasoned chefs, it’s an ongoing learning process. After all, there are hundreds of different meals you can make with beef. Read More
If you are an environmentally conscious shopper, you might want to think twice about buying fake meat. Read More
When trying to eat a healthy diet, many people focus on the saying: “You are what you eat.” But what’s just as important to keep in mind is that “you are what you eat eats.” Read More
One outcome of the COVID-19 outbreak has been skyrocketing demand from consumers for locally sourced food, including grass-fed, pasture-finished beef. Read More
We promise our customers healthy, nutritious grass-fed beef. But, without using a lot of marketing hype, what exactly does that mean? Read More
For some people, choosing what to eat goes beyond matters of taste or what is appropriate for certain occasions. They aren’t concerned about comfort food or fine dining. They’re concerned about the ethics of eating. Read More
If you read about food, it’s impossible to escape mention of the Impossible Burger. The plant-based burger has become a sensation among those who practice a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle but miss the taste and texture of a burger.
Depending on what you read, beef has become the food villain. Many want to blame beef for everything from causing disease to warming the planet.
None of this is deserved. Beef, especially 100% grass-fed beef, provides many health benefits.
Liver is something of an acquired taste for most. But it’s a taste worth acquiring. The cut of meat contains a wealth of nutrients and vitamins, as well as an alternative to chicken and fish. Read More
One of the major talking points on climate change in recent years have been this: People should cut back on eating meat, as it will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute toward slowing down climate change.
That’s an attractive thought. Simply change your eating habits and help save the planet.
But is it true?