There’s a reason fine steak restaurants opt for grass-fed beef.
Buying grass-fed foods come with the added bonus of culinary delight. As you prepare your grass-fed beef, or perhaps enjoy a bowl of thick, creamy pastured yogurt, your senses will be delighted. Mealtime will no longer be just about scarfing down a whatever meal. Instead, it will be a culinary explosion of flavor, texture and nutrients, food as it was originally intended. Fuel your body with superior nutrition even as you wow your senses with mouthwatering and delicious tastes.
Prepare your taste buds for a feast of farm fresh delight with these tips for cooking your grass-fed beef:
Medium-rare temperature is ideal, however, if you prefer your meat to be more well done, cook it at low temperatures (slow cooker is ideal) and add sauce to keep it moist.
Marinate your grass-fed beef in the fridge; opt for a recipe that doesn’t mask the natural flavor of the meat, but that will enhance the moisture content, especially since grass-fed meat is lower in fat than grain-fed.
Do not thaw grass-fed beef in the microwave. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator, or place it in cold water for a few minutes in its original vacuum-sealed packaging. Don’t leave sitting at room temperature for longer than 30 minutes.
Tenderize your grass-fed meat to breakdown the tough connective tissue.
Always pre-heat grill, oven, crock pot, pan, etc. before cooking grass-fed beef.
Note: Grass-fed beef cooks a bit faster than grain-fed beef. Keep an eye on the temperature with a cooking thermometer. Remember that the meat will continue to cook after you remove it from the heat, so remove it from heat once it reaches a temp that is 10 degrees lower than your desired temperature.
Let the grass-fed beef sit in a warm, covered place for 8-10 minutes to allow the juices to redistribute.
Pan-searing is an excellent – and easy – way to cook your grass-fed steak. After you’ve seared it on high heat, drop the temperature to low, and add butter and garlic.
For grilling, quickly sear the meat on high heat on both sides, then finish with heat reduced to medium or low. Baste to add moisture.
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