What You Need To Know About Grass Fed Beef
The first thing that is very impressive about grass fed beef is how lean it is. Beef lovers sometimes struggle between their favorite cut of steak, and watching their own fat intake. Grass fed beef is substantially lower in fat. It has about the same amount of fat as skinless chicken. 3 ounces of grass fed beef is about 2 or 3 grams of fat per serving. Grain fed beef can be as much as 9 grams. The fat is also known as “good fat” because it’s high in omega 3s. Almost 20 times higher. Most of all, you’ll notice it in the taste. Up in Minnesota, you’ll find Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed farm. As the name says, this is beef that is 100% grass fed. No additives at all. Visit us this week at Fresh Madison Market and you’ll get a pound of Thousand Hills Grass Fed Beef for FREE with your $20 purchase. The difference is clear, and the taste is great!