5lbs of Beef Offal. May include heart, liver, cheek, etc (no tripe or special orders)
The term "offal" (which, unfortunately, sounds like "awful") comes from "off fall" — the parts that fell off the butcher's table, or an animal's organs, entrails and extremities. Advocates say it's flavorful and more economical than traditional meat cuts. It's also comparably nutritious: Some variety meats even have higher concentrations of vitamins and minerals like iron. And less wasted meat makes a single animal go further.
Sage Mountain Grass-Fed, Grass-Finished Beef is always free of synthetic hormones and antibiotics.
Sage Mountain Steers (Charolais, Black Angus, Red Angus and Black & Red Angus cross) are Pasture-Raised on our Local Small Family Farm and eat grass their whole life!
We believe that animals raised in fresh air and sunshine with room to roam produce the highest quality, best tasting meats. Our cattle are allowed to roam freely, graze on organic grasses and other forages, and drink pure, natural spring water that comes up from the ground.
The quality of Sage Mountain Beef cannot be beat at any price.
Nutrition & Health Benefits Summary of Grass-fed Beef:
Grass-finished Beef is loaded with Omega 3's and is "a highly concentrated source of almost every nutrient that we need to survive", according to Healthline.
Omega 3 is an essential nutrient for human growth, development and plays an important role in preventing and managing heart disease.
Omega 3 is called an "essential" fat because we need it to survive and something our body cannot make on its own. We have to get it from the foods we eat, and grass-fed beef has up to five times as much as grain-fed!
Overall, Healthline says that according to scientific research, grass-fed beef is "a highly concentrated source of almost every nutrient that we need to survive".
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