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Q: I purchased grassfed beef from someone else and the meat tasted terrible. I can usually put up with a terrible taste but this was horrible. My husband and son asked what was wrong with the meat, it tasted terrible. They said do not use that meat again.
I'm so afraid maybe your grassfed meat is terrible tasting. You spend a good price on the meat and it is horrible. Is there a guarantee of money back if the meat tastes bad, not spoiled?
I thought I would e-mail you and ask you if you have a guarantee if the meat tastes terrible.
A: Taste has a lot to do with mental conditioning. Most Americans are conditioned to eat grain, grain-based foods, and grain-fed livestock products and like the stuff. The consequences of this is that the massive imbalance of fats, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients naturally found in grain has destroyed the health of most Americans and today 70% of all deaths in our country are due to chronic disease. For more on this check out "90 Million Americans Can't Be Wrong."
The foundation food for all animal life on the planet is the green leafy plant (on land it's grass and leaves of trees and bushes and in water it's plankton and algae). The balance of essential fatty acids (required for life) in green leafy plants are perfect for all animal bodies including yours and mine. (See the fatty acid profile of our meats at Fatty Acid Analysis.) The balance of fats in grain is devastating to all animal bodies.
Wild fish taste fishy because of their high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids. All grass-fed meats taste fishy, grassy, or gamy because of their high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids. The flavor of Omega-3 fatty acids is foreign to most Americans because they almost never eat any foods containing even minimal amounts of it. This is why they suffer so from chronic disease. You and your family have been eating America's concocted foods for so long you don't have a clue as to how real foods actually taste. Therefore I can guarantee you that over time your family will suffer from one or more chronic diseases like all other Americans. But if you are willing to change, then along with that you must change your lifestyle (real foods are less convenient), your spending habits (real foods cost more), and your judgments for what is good flavors and bad. Unless you and your family members make this commitment to change there's no sense to even think about nutrition. Just continue on eating America's garbage and keep your health insurance paid up.
No, we do not guarantee that you will like the taste of our meats. Some people like them right away. Others learn to acquire a taste for them and afterwards they can't stand the taste of America's concocted foods and grain-fed meats. Others just go on about their lives the same way as always and just resign themselves to obesity, diabetes, cancer, lupus, heart disease, arthritis, allergies, mental disorders, and the list of ailments associated with the Omega-3 fatty acid deficiency goes on and on and on and on and on.
Yet here's an article where horrible tasting meat is a delicacy. From the LA Times.
Our Web site's "real food" Seasonings section may offer some solutions to help you get over the adjustment hump. Also, we've heard that some folks put a little lemon juice on their grass-fed meats just like they do their fish. Real grass-fed meat eaters just eat the meat because they relish its outstanding real meaty flavor. In fact many of our customers come from foreign countries that do not have grain-fed meats and they buy our meats because to them America's grain-fed meats taste terrible.