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FarmEats Sautéed Grass Fed

Beef Sandwich Steaks


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FarmEats Grass Fed Beef Sandwich Steaks

Most people just don't have the time to cook, especially during the week. When looking for a quick and easy (healthy and nutritious) meal, I always recommend our grass fed beef sandwich steaks sautéed with veggies! Only takes about 10 minutes total to cook.

FarmEats grass fed beef sandwich steaks are thin slices- cut from the eye round and top round roasts. The roasts are nice and lean which makes it easy to sauté them quickly.

I generally cut them again into about 1 inch strips (can be partially frozen) while heating up an oiled pan on the stove top.
Next, put in diced onions/scallions/scapes/garlic/peppers, etc. (can also roast spices such as paprika, cumin, chilis, curry, etc.) in the pan and simmer. Add sea salt to taste.
Add in the sandwich steaks and sauté on high heat. Since they are so thin they cook fast-about a minute or so.
Then, add in some chopped spinach, Swiss chard, baby greens, etc., cook until wilted.

Can serve with rice or quinoa, or on thick crusty bread with melted cheese!

Enjoy!

FarmEats; BBQ Grass Fed Beef Pot Roast!

FarmEats; BBQ Grass Fed Beef Pot Roast!

FarmEats BBQ Grass Fed Beef Pot Roast

Who ever said you can't BBQ a grass fed beef pot roast?

The other day, I fired up my Big Green Egg smoker and put 2 FarmEats grass fed beef pot roasts on the rack (dry rubbed salt and peppa -left overnight).


After the BGE hit 250 degrees, I adjusted the vents and let the smoke and warm air do the work for about 6 hours.  By then, the roast's internal temperature reached about 175, so I wrapped the roasts in aluminum foil, and poured in beef stock.  After another hour or so, the internal temperature hit 190s, so I pulled the roasts.  


I brought the pot roasts into the house, and cut them thin against the grain. 
They turned out so nice and soft, very tender- smoked beefy goodness! 

The left overs were even better!

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FarmEats 100% Grass Fed Beef contains essential vitamins and nutrients, crucial for our overall health!

FarmEats 100% Grass Fed Beef
vs Conventionally Raised Feedlot Animals (supermarket and restaurant meat).

  • No added hormones.

  • Antibiotic free.

  • Rotationally grazed pasture raised cows, eating grasses their entire life.

  • Humanely raised farm animals, that live on the farm outdoors their entire lives- not crowded into unsanitary feedlots (breading ground for diseases such as e-coli, and listeria).

  • Saturated and monounsaturated fats: Grass-fed beef has either similar, or slightly less, saturated and monounsaturated fats.

  • Essential Fatty Acids; (critical to human health)
    Omega-3s: This is where grass-fed really makes a major difference, containing up to 5 times as much Omega-3.

  • Omega-6 Polyunsaturated Fats: Grass-fed beef contain a more balanced amount of Omega-6 fatty acids.

  • Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA): Grass-fed beef contains about 2 times as much CLA as grain-fed beef. This fatty acid is associated with reduced body fat and some other beneficial effects.

  • Vitamin B12, B3 and B6. It is also very rich in highly bioavailable Iron, Selenium and Zinc.

  • Vitamin A: Grass-fed beef contains carotenoid precursors to Vitamin A, such as beta-carotene.

  • Vitamin E: Grass-fed beef contains more Vitamin E than grain fed beef, which is an antioxidant that sits in your cell membranes and protects them from oxidation.

  • Micronutrients: Grass-fed beef also contains more Potassium, Iron, Zinc, Phosphorus and Sodium.

  • Grass fed beef contains some amount of almost every nutrient that humans need to survive.

  • Grass fed beef also contains high quality protein and various lesser known nutrients like Creatine and Carnosine, which are very important for our muscles and brains.

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