Cooking grass fed meat requires methods that are a bit different than for meat typically found in a grocery store.
Grass fed animals produce lean, tender meat needs to be cooked slowly, under low heat for a long period of time. This preserves the nutritional value of the meat. Fast cooking meat makes the final product harder to digest. Flames also harden the proteins and dries out the meat which makes it tough and less tasty.
There are some great cookbooks geared specifically for keeping your grass fed meat tender and tasty...
You can only fit so much food into a freezer. Dehydrating is a great way to preserve your food for future use.
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