The negative eating quality of Tropical Beef Breeds

Research conducted by MSA shows that tropical cattle breeds have a negative impact on the eating quality of many cuts, in particular, the striploin, cube roll, tenderloin and oyster blade cuts.

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Conventional meat VS Organic meat.

A staggering number of chemical additives, roughly 3000, are approved to be used in the production of food. Some conventional farms have started to inject their animals not only with antibiotics but chemical-based solutions that are aimed at supposedly building weight gain and to help extend product shelf life.

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6 Burger blunders that even self-proclaimed Grill masters make

Don't fall victim to these most common burger blunders that can take your grilling reputationfrom hero to zero very quickly. #1 The meat is just not up to par - If you can, try and steer clear of supermarket shrink-wrapped, perfectly stamped patties. Sure, it's convenient but you dont know kind of cuts have ended up there, not to mention all the hormones, antibiotics and chemicals have been added to the mix. Get ground meat from places you know you can trust (cough, cough. . . Us!). Our mincemeat has a great balance between lean and fat content, meaning juicy and tender patties without a fat overload.

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Beef + Bacon = Beef Bacon!

After seeing thisvideo, resident cook-a-holicJono, tried his hand at this seriously awesome thing calledBeef Bacon!Oh yeah! I bet that your attention. The meat gods have deliciously answered our prayers. We love Beef. We love Bacon. Weve fallen head over hoofs for Beef Bacon! Youll be needingbeef belly/navel to make this beefy bacon. In order toget thatspectacularflavour, youll beneedingto cook your beef bacon in beef tallow (beef fat). We promise it is totally worth it! But its cool if you want to cook your bacon in the oven instead. All youve got to do is lay them out on a rack over the tray that willcatch all the dippy fat and slide the whole thing into a preheated oven at190 degrees.Watch those babies roast away until they are the most delectable crispy, golden brown.In the oil or in the oven, either way, youll be needing to slice the beef into thin bacon strips,the thicker you cut them, the chewier they become due to a membrane that runs down the middle.Be sure to tag us and let us know what you think of this wickedly yum idea!

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