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Grass-Fed Beef

Grass-fed beef forage on pasture, their native diet, as opposed to grain, soy and other supplements. For this reason, grass-fed animals are healthier and their meat is  higher in a number of nutrients including conjugated linolenic acid (CLA), omega-3 fatty acids, beta-carotene, and vitamins C and E. ECO-TIP: Choosing to eat meat, eggs, and dairy products from pasture-raised animals is not … [Read more...]


Venture out and try buffalo! It's lean, surprisingly tender and tastes nearly identical to beef with very little "gamey" flavor. Because Federal law prohibits growth promotants and added hormones to be given to buffalo, it is a "clean" culinary choice. And it is almost always grass fed. Buffalo can be found on some restaurant menus and is now available in grocery stores thanks to Maverick … [Read more...]


While less than one pound of lamb is consumed on average in the U.S. per capita, lamb is a popular food enjoyed worldwide, especially at religious holidays. Technically, lamb is the meat of sheep less than a year year old. There are two types of lamb - baby lamb and spring lamb, which are both milk fed. Baby lamb is customarily slaughtered at between 6 and 8 weeks old. When a sheep is over 2 … [Read more...]

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