Grass-fed beef, pastured pork, poultry, lamb and eggs.
An arm roast is really an undiscovered treasure.
Another old-fashioned name for it is a Bread and Butter Roast or Yankee Roast. This name is given to chuck roasts too.
An 'arm' doesn't' sound like it'd be so soft and flavorful, but it really is. And it's so easy to cook, too.
Arm and Chuck roasts - put it in the crockpot and 8-10 hours later, heaven. Easiest thing to make. Impossible to mess up.
Don’t take it out too early. Low and slow and long, folks, is the key to this roast. If you can add your veg in the last two hours, that will be ideal.
What do you add to the crockpot to season the meat? Just mustard, ketchup, balsamic vinegar, and some butter, salt and pepper - will make it rich and familiar to everyone, even kids.
If you don't have two cups of beef broth, water is fine.
Our salad-bar beef are turned out almost daily onto fresh pasture.
They are never given grain or antibiotics.
Their meat has the proper balance of Omega 3's and 6's, and is full of beneficial CLA fatty acids.
Our salad-bar beef is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet!
One estimate is that the vitamins and minerals in 16 lbs of 30 different wild greens is what you're getting in 1 lb of salad-bar beef.
Vitamins are fat soluble - meaning, good fat is actually your best source of nutrition, not kale or the plants.
Humans don't have the digestive juices, jaws and stomach necessary to break down the cellulose wall of plants and derive nutrition from them.
Whereas, cows with their huge cows, multiple stomaches - are MADE to turn plants into a food source that humans can easily assimilate and absorb.