Affordable Grass Fed Beef
You will find it at your farmers market or local farm. Tip of the day, go to the stands towards the closing hours of the market. The more expensive cuts are the first to go and usually by the end of the day, the vendors only have the “non-desirable” cuts of beef left. Like stew meat or as above shoulder steak. They will happily cut you a deal. Their objective is to go home with empty coolers. This was a very large package of shoulder steak. Once defrosted (in the fridge), I was even more blown away how CLEAN this beef looked. Look at the beautiful dark red color. The less desirable cuts just need some love. Like a good marinade…as in so;
Follow along; 3 cloves of crushed and chopped garlic, 2 tbsp rice vinegar, 1/4 cup pickled ginger, 3 tbs soy sauce and 1 teasp miso paste dissolved in some water.
Let it do it’s thing in the fridge for 8-24 hours. Be VERY careful when you cook this. This lean type of cut needs very short cooking time after it’s been marinated. Don’t over cook.
Roasted some “purple potatoes” with it. A drizzle of orange infused olive oil, fresh basil and sliced red onion did the trick.
Coming up next, my review of CJ Hunt’s “In Search of the Perfect Human Diet”
Enjoy the Day. Smile a lot and be nice.