Grass fed beef is full of flavor and extremely tender if cooked right. However, the first time you try it, you might be disappointed. The reason is, like most people, you will get caught up in the excitement and rush home to cook this marvelous piece of beef as if it were the same as conventional grain fed beef. You probably will not account for the leanness of the meat and over cook it. Believe us when we say "guilty as charged".
By Matt Millensifer - www.grindrxl.comMeat grinders are becoming a more common kitchen appliance everyday. People have started to realize that the meat grinding process isn’t as intimidating as it looks; it’s actually quite simple and fun. Most people are using grinders now to process their own pet food, to create incredible delicacies for their family and friends, or if you’re a hunter, for the ability to completely take your game from the field to the dinner plate. If you want to give a meat grinder a try, here are a few tips.
Grass Fed Products have 3 - 5 times more CLAs (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) than grain fed animals.