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Good Meat, Cooked Right

I was looking through Jason's blog at www.yonderwayfarm.com and came across a post about how to cook your grass-fed beef. It cooks a lot differently than the grain-fed beef you buy at the grocery store. Once you follow a few simple tips, you will be on your way to eating the best meat you've ever had! Below is the post with a link to a great article.

-Coach Beth, aka Teach

5 Ways to achieve grass-fed beef cooking nirvana

(photo of cows taken on our farm, Spring 2009)

We get a lot of questions about how to cook grass-fed meats- especially beef.

The truth is that cooking grass-fed beef is entirely different. When we first began cooking our meats from the first wave of meats that came back from the processor, I was a little disappointed in the tenderness in the beef. Okay….really disappointed.

But, I was treating our wonderfully raised grass-fed grass-finished beef as I would corn-fed feedlot beef.

Once I figured out the cooking technique, I fell in love with our beef (and pork and chicken for that matter). The flavors are rich, the broths are thick, and the texture is just as it should be.

I found this article on Kelly the Kitchen Kop (wonderful site full of great info) to be extremely helpful with a lot of good information and tips on how to cook grass-fed beef.

5 Ways to Achieve Grass-fed Beef Cooking Nirvana

Click on the link above to go to an amazing article chock full of cooking techniques. And then, be sure to subscribe to Kelly's blog. You'll be thrilled you did!


4 Responses to “Announcement”

  1. heatherd

    Thanks for posting this Beth–I didn’t want people to give up on the beef like I almost did.

  2. Teach

    No problem! Reading that made me want to make a beef feast 🙂

  3. Teach

    I’m no expert, but I do believe that anything permitted to roam and forage in it’s native (natural) habitat can’t be that bad for you. Just my opinion though 😉

  4. G

    @Arnold, hunted meat within the confines of a small ranch are more likely corn-fed. If the boys hunted deer or elk at Big Bend National Park, then those animals are true foragers eating grass.