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4 Reasons You Should Try Our Regeneratively Raised Grass-Fed Beef

4 Reasons You Should Try Our Regeneratively Raised Grass-Fed Beef

Welcome to the future, or should I say, ancient past, of eating beef. Our Regenerative Beef is among the healthiest and most delicious beef on the planet today. How can we say that with a straight face? We had our beef tested at Michigan State University* and compared it to an existing database of beef profiles. Read below to see the 4 things that makes our beef uniquely different.   1: REP Regenerative Beef is Nutritionally Better. Raised regeneratively, our cattle live in a fully functioning grassland ecosystem that consists of over 70 different native grass species. This plant biodiversity culminates into...

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Regenerative Beef: The Healthier Choice That Goes Beyond Sustainable

Regenerative Beef: The Healthier Choice That Goes Beyond Sustainable

What exactly does regenerative mean? And why should we be concerned about sustainability in our food systems? The answers may surprise you...

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Offal: The Many Health Benefits of Eating Organ Meat

Offal: The Many Health Benefits of Eating Organ Meat

What are the health benefits of eating offal? If you’re unfamiliar with the term offal, it's organ meat, and refers to animal parts that aren’t typically consumed, including liver, kidneys, heart, brain, and other muscle meats that come from cows, pigs, and poultry. 

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Recipe - How to Smoke Beef Short Ribs Texas Style

Recipe - How to Smoke Beef Short Ribs Texas Style

This is a great video on how to smoke the perfect beef short ribs. We like to keep it simple and you really only need 3 things: • Beef Short ribs• Kosher Salt – 1/2 tsp per pound• Our Sea Salt & Smoked Paprika Rub IMPORTANT COOKING INFO: For desired tenderness the ribs have to reach an internal temperature of 203˚. The fibers begin to breakdown after reaching 200˚ creating a more tender rib. NOTE: if you are smoking them around 225˚ the ribs will reach a plateau at 165˚. DO NOT rush them they will get to the desired temperature but...

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