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U.S. Wellness Meats Featured Chef for June!

Yes, that would be me.

For those of you unfamiliar with the operation, U.S. Wellness Meats sells and ships humanely and sustainably raised meats, many of which are raised on their farms in Missouri and Illinois.  The meats and products they don’t produce themselves are acquired from a network of cooperative family farms around the country.

Besides grass-fed and pastured beef, bison, pork, chicken, lamb and domestic rabbit, they also sell sustainably caught wild fish and seafood, a variety of raw milk cheeses, raw honey, seasonings, barbecue sauces, and a variety of healthful fats – grass-fed butter, duck fat, tallow and extra-virgin olive oil.  Whole30 compliant bacon and sausages are also available.

There are also many recipes on their site (including four of my own).  If you cook with pastured meats often, you know that they often require more careful cooking than their industrially farmed counterparts, so it is nice to have such a robust collection of recipes dealing exclusively with grass-fed and pastured proteins, many of which were developed by popular paleo/real food bloggers.

Please take a moment and visit U.S. Wellness Meats when you have a chance.  They’re a marvelous resource for humanely and sustainably raised meats, especially for those who aren’t fortunate enough to have a local source.  Even if you can easily obtain grass-fed beef and pastured pork and chicken, their other offerings are definitely worth a look.  While you’re there, be sure and read the FAQ page, which is a wealth of information about how their animals are raised and processed.

Oh, and the prices are fairly reasonable, as far as pastured meats go, and they offer a bulk discount, as well as free shipping, on many items.

 


2 comments

Lisa says:

Congratulations! I am somehow not surprised;).

Congratulations Jan!!
Big hugs to you! : )

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