Stew Meat makes for a wonderful, nutritious stew that is good for both winter and summer. Imagine the carrots, onions, and other really good omega-3 vegetables in the pot stewing along with the great aroma of grass-fed beef. For a list of which vegetables are best check out my food nutrition data page.
Meaty Soup Bones make for a wonderful, nutritious beef stew that is good for both winter and summer. Imagine the carrots, onions, garlic, and other vegetables and seasonings in the pot stewing along with the great aroma of grass-fed beef.
Marrow Bones (grass-fed only) are making a comeback in modern cuisine because they contain good fats. Also, marrow is supposed to be slightly higher in CLA than the rest of the animal. Marrow bones may be cooked alone for preparing gravies and sauces, or they may be the base for stews and soups. Once the marrow is soft it can be dug out of the bones and stirred into stews and soups for boosting the already incredibly great flavor of grass-fed meat dishes.
Beef Bone-In Short Ribs are a very versatile meat product. They are not only excellent in a crock pot on their own, but they are exceptional for adding meat and flavor to both stews and soups.
Beef Chili Meat is a very course ground meat product. It is not to be cooked like ground beef. Do NOT brown it first before putting it in the chili pot. It goes in with the beans (optional) and needs to cook slowly for hours -- just like the beans -- for optimal eating enjoyment. In other words, chili meat is intended to be cooked in water.