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If you've wondered about grass-fed beef, here's the skinny on price, quality, taste, and cooking. A large herd's worth of beef cattle has passed through the Cooking Light Test Kitchen over the past 24 years, almost all of it standard-issue, grain-fed supermarket meat.

Bblack with beef, Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat with everything in the American diet, change is afoot. Shoppers are seeing more and more grass-fed beef in regular grocery stores, along with meat from breeds marketed as special like Angusand meat from organically raised animals. The grass-fed cow, which eats from a pasture and is not "finished" on a diet of grains and supplements for rapid weight gain, is said by its promoters to be better for the planet heere energy goes into Alaska swingers dating grass than grain ; better for the Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat eater less overall fat, and more omega-3s and other "good" fats ; and better for the cow critics decry feedlot practices as inhumane.

In this article, though, we're looking not at meat politics but at three things that most cooks are acutely interested in: Price may be the first thing you have noticed about grass-fed beef: In supermarkets, small-production, grass-fed meat can be a lot more expensive than your average grain-fed beef, just as artisanal cheese costs more than industrial cheddar.

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But the cook will notice that the meat often looks different, too—sometimes a lot darker, often with less of the coveted fat-marbling you see in the ror grain-fed meat. To dive into the subject, we bought half a Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat. Specifically, we bought half of a pound Brangus cow, pasture-raised by Alabama farmer Melissa Boutwell, who is pretty local: She works about miles from our main editorial offices. Wife looking nsa SC Ladson 29456 talked to Boutwell about her husbandry.

We saw our meat through the butchering process, took delivery of pounds of meat plus bones cut to our specifications, and conducted blind tastings in our Test Kitchen. We learned that we could dodge supermarket prices by buying in bulk: As for nutrition, we put fat-content claims to the test by sending some of our finest grass-fed steaks for nutritional analysis, along with supermarket ehre specialty grain-fed cuts.

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We're still cooking our way through steaks, ground beef, chuck, roasts, and ribs, plus bones and organs, and we will provide beef recipes Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat our grass-fed project as the year goes on. Buying beef directly from farmers not only is a logical next step in the "buy local" movement but also hearkens back to the way many of our parents or grandparents bought meat.

All you need is to do some digging for local suppliers and buy bog good-sized freezer for the supply find our primer on sourcing and buying.

Some readers are already doing it, as we learned after putting the word out on Facebookand one benefit of bulk buying is that it obliges the cook to experiment and enjoy less familiar cuts of meat. Of course, most cooks won't want to buy a whole grass-fed cow or even a half-cow.

One Free adult married personals Douglas is to "cow-pool" with curious friends. Another is to turn to a CSA, or community-supported agriculture group. CSAs have been popping up like mushrooms in many cities, and many deliver quantities of meat on a weekly or monthly basis.

Looking to not get hurt As we stood at the checkout at a Publix supermarket with blqck grass-fed cuts, a young checkout clerk asked, "So, what is grass-fed beef? All cows do graze on pasture for the first six months to a year of their lives, but most finish at a feedlot on a concentrated mix of corn, soy, grains, and other supplements, plus hormones and antibiotics. This growth-spurt formula is the backbone of a hugely productive U.

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A feedlot cow can Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat to slaughter weight up to a year faster than a cow fed only forage, grass, and hay. The feedlot process not only speeds the animal to slaughter weight but also enhances fat marbling, which is one factor that determines Housewives wants nsa Abbyville Kansas cut of beef's USDA rating—the more fat within the red meat, the richer the taste, the higher the grade.

Most supermarket beef is Choice, which is one step below Prime, the top grade typically found in steak houses. Boosting fat levels changes the nutritional composition of the meat, of course, and, from a health point of view, not for the better.

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A study by researchers at California State University in Chico examined three decades of research and found that beef from pasture-raised cows fits more closely into goals for a diet lower in saturated fat and higher in "good fats" and other beneficial nutrients. Grass-fed beef is lower in calories, contains more healthy omega-3 fats, more vitamins A and E, higher levels of antioxidants, and up to seven times the beta-carotene.

Skeptics such as Chris Raines, a professor of meat science at Penn State, say the benefits of the different fat profiles are overblown: Then, in the same breath, they'll talk about how wonderfully lean it is. We're talking up the good fats that aren't really there.

The National Cattlemen's Beef Association, which says it supports all forms of beef production, echoes this much-ado-about-not-much theme. Shalene McNeill, who has a PhD in human nutrition and is Executive Director for Human Nutrition Research at the association, acknowledges that "if you feed cows grass, you can slightly increase the omega-3 content, Hot woman wants nsa Gaithersburg if you look at it in terms of a whole diet, it's not a significant advantage to human health.

Yet a 6-ounce grass-fed beef tenderloin Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat have 92 fewer calories than the same cut from a grain-fed cow. And while the number of U. Standing in a meat locker among a small crowd of hanging beef sides at a family-run abattoir, we learned some lessons about beef from a guy with an 8-inch knife and a rancher who was wearing eye shadow.

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Melissa Boutwell, the rancher, practices rotational grazing with the deliberate precision of an industrial process engineer. She had offered to let us choose our half-cow lioking person.

Bill Towson, the whtie and owner of the family-run Towson Fine Meats in Tifton, Georgia, agreed to let us watch his team cut up Boutwell's cow to fit our specifications. Towson made a clean slice between the 12th and 13th ribs of an Relationship or just fuckin cow and a Brangus an Angus-Brahman hybrid blwck, two grass-fed cows raised in identical conditions.

Delicate veins of fat running through the meat play a critical role in flavor and grade. It Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat easy to see the difference in the exposed rib eyes: The Angus had more marbling compared to the superlean Brangus.

Next to our Brangus carcass was a much scrawnier specimen that had little fat and whose meat had the dried-out look of jerky. Another lesson, then, about grass-fed beef: It's not only about the grass, but also the breed, and the cow. We were looking for a lower-fat cow, so we chose the Brangus.

Though lean, it was still blanketed with a jacket of fat that would play a flavor role in the evolution of the meat.

The fat would mostly get trimmed away during the butchering, but before then it would protect the meat during the dry-aging period, usually 10 to 14 days, in which the carcass hangs in a cold locker while natural enzymes break down tough muscle fiber and tenderize the meat.

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The fat on our grass-fed cow looked different from the fat we have been accustomed to cooking. Compared to the bright, white fat of conventional beef, grass-fed fat is often yellower, stemming from the higher levels of beta-carotene.

And as we would learn, the quantity and the quality of our cow's fat would play a key role in cooking. Our Test Kitchen experimented with various cuts of grass-fed beef, both from our Brangus cow and from local supermarkets.

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The meat had good, clean beefy flavor but tended to be a lot chewier than we were used to, and sometimes drier. There can be such a thing Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat too lean in beef cuts that are conventionally fairly high in fat, like strip steaks and other luxury cuts.

Adjustments had to be made for these steaks, which were producing less fat in the pan than we were used to and could turn tough. When you have leaner meat, you don't have that safety net, Lonely looking sex tonight Grand Forks you have to cook it carefully.

But it means cooking a tender steak more aggressively than you might be used to for such a pricey cut. We Beautiful wife seeking sex tonight Blacksburg to really turn up the heat on a thick, ounce grass-fed New York strip purchased at Whole Foods, preheating a cast-iron pan on high, turning on the fan, and nearly smoking out the kitchen when the meat hit the metal.

Testers were coughing and shaking their heads as the vent fans roared. After a billowing three-minute sear on each side, there was very little fat in the pan.

Previous tests suggested that the meat, though good, would lack the buttery deliciousness many of Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat like in this rare treat.

Recipe tester Robin Bashinsky turned down the heat and began basting the steak with two pats of butter see Pan-Seared Strip Steak recipe. When done, the meat got a short rest under foil and then was sliced; it was perfectly medium-rare within. Could a grass-fed cut, with its lower-fat Dirty slut Michigan, rival a grain-fed cut? It was succulent, buttery, and robust, with a perfectly caramelized crust.

The juices formed a simple, rich sauce. But is this a paradoxical way to cook a steak bought in part for its lean fat profile—adding butter to "beef" up the flavor? After all, grass-fed fans suggest it just takes time to come to love what Deborah Krasner calls "meatier, purer, more mineral" flavors.

First, most of the butter does not cling to the beef, so we estimate the process adds less than half a gram of saturated fat to the final meat.

If you use the pan juices Phat white bttm here looking for big black meat a sauce, more is added, but total saturated fat for a serving is still only 4. Second, a cook may hers bought grass-fed meat for many reasons—ecological, ethical, or to support local businesses—but still desires a hit of full-on steak-house flavor now and then. As we tasted more beef, however, we found that there aren't clear-cut, consistent taste differences between grass-fed and grain-fed meat.

This emerged after a blind tasting of eight New York strips, cooked identically.

Samples included regular supermarket beef; steak from our grass-fed cow; and meat from a variety of grass-fed and grain-fed animals of different breeds raised in different states. Whiite testers liked several samples but discovered no universal preference for grass-fed or grain-fed, finding various degrees of beefiness and juiciness across the samples.

Beef really is like cheese or tomatoes or any other food: The proof is in the pudding, not in claims about the pudding. The cook needs to explore and sample with an open mind. But this btt good: However the politics of beef resolve themselves, the move from industrial production toward more emphasis on breeds, feed, care, and provenance will bug the American cook with more choice, more variety—and more pleasures in the kitchen and on the plate.

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