Because grass fed meat tends to be much leaner than its commercially grown counterpart, it must be cooked differently.

Whether grilling, broiling, baking, or pan frying, a good rule to remember is “Low and Slow”. Cook your meats at a lower temperature for a longer period of time. You must keep this in mind and experiment a little when using standard recipes from most cookbooks. However, there are a great many recipes now available specifically for grass fed meats, and those you can usually follow to the letter.

We mention this because we want you to be content with your choice to buy grass fed meats and happy with the food you place on your table. This simple rule of cooking can help accomplish that for you.

Below are some good sources for cooking grass fed meats, and some of our favorite recipes.

Whole Foods: Cooking Grass-Fed Meats

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