Cooking with Grass-fed Beef And Grass-fed Lamb Bones
Most people prefer their cuts of beef and lamb boned – that is, no bones. Some think that bones just get in the way or they cheapen a steak or roast. While this may be true from an appeal standpoint, it isn’t from a health standpoint. Any meat cooked with the bone-in will provide additional health benefits – as long as the beef or lamb was raised “right”. To be “raised right”, the beef or lamb is grass-fed with no antibiotics, no growth hormones, and no grain.
Bones from beeves or lambs that consume a diet rich in plants, house a variety of powerful nutrients that are released when simmered slowly for a few hours. A slowly cooked roast with the bone intact is an excellent choice. Another option is to slowly cook the bones to make a broth and use it in a variety of dishes: stews, soups, rice, etc. Bones that have been cut so the bone marrow is easily released help provide the raw materials for healthy blood cells and immune development.*
Bone marrow broth provides the nutritional synergy to calm an overactive immune system while supplying the body with raw materials to rebuild stronger and healthier cells. This is why it is such a great healing food to have when the body is encountering stress from bacterial or viral infections as well as digestive disorders and leaky gut syndrome.
Beef and lamb provided by BF Farms, LLC are raised on a 100% grass and plant diet. They are never given growth hormones or antibiotics and are processed with bones cut so the marrow is released. *
Have you seen the way a dog attacks a bone? They seem to know where the good stuff is!
* Reference: http://naturalnews.com/040493_bone_broth_immune_health_nutrients.html
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