Grass-Fed Meat Addendum

Our cooking instructions are for 100% grass-fed, grass-finished meats.  Not all so-called grass-fed meats are actually 100% grass-fed.  Many livestock producers don't even know that feeding grain to cattle on pasture makes them ineligible for the grass-fed label.  Many researchers know even less about how cattle are raised, so what they think they are testing is not what they believe it is.  So the bottom line question always remains, just EXACTLY what have the critters eaten?  Our 100% grass-fed meats are from critters that have only eaten grass, period.  And that makes all the difference!

For those of you who are not familiar with the major nutritional benefits of grass-fed meats, we urge you to spend a few minutes reviewing the education articles on our Web site.  Even though some "professionals" claim we are not quite all here.  But it is they who are still mired in the thinking of the 1950s.

Grass-fed meats are meats you can eat three times a day, every day, to optimize your health.  That's because every chronic disease known to man can be tied to grain, grain-based foods, products from grain-fed livestock, and high glycemic foods.  For more about the peer-reviewed nutritional science that backs up that claim, go to Artemis P. Simopoulos.  For much, much more on why grain is man's first concocted food and why that makes it the most dangerous thing you can eat please check out the Omega-3 Essays section of this Web site found under Slanker's Essays.

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