I GREW UP IN THE FLINT HILLS OF KANSAS– & WE ONLY HAD GRASS FED BEEF– ETC ETC– BUT I HAVE BEEN A VEGETARIAN FOR OVER 25 YEARS NOW– I THINK GROWING UP ON A FARM & EATING THOSE ANIMALS I BONDED WITH OR HAVING TO SELL THEM– WAS PART OF THE REASON– FOR GOING VEGETARIAN– BUT ALSO HEALTH REASONS!!! GOOD INFORMATION YOU SHARED!!!
I’ve been a big fan of grass-fed meat since developing multiple food allergies and celiac disease. After all, why would I want to eat meat from an animal that’s grazed on wheat, soy and corn–all three of which I’m allergic to. And with a sensitive stomach, I surely don’t want to eat meat from any animal that’s been given supplements, hormones and antibiotics.
Over the last six years I’ve noticed more and more “grass-fed” beef hitting the supermarket shelves. While almost always more expensive than the grain-fed brands, I figure my health is worth the added cost.
Then this week I was strolling though our local farmer’s market and came across Sangres BestGrass-Finished beef from a Colorado Ranch.
I wondered what is the difference between grass-fed and grass-finished. Turns out not all grass-fed beef is created equal…
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