In the process of delivering beef this week, we were ask what we do with flank steak?!?!?!
This is one of my favorite cuts of meat! I often call this meat the incognito meat because most people don’t know what to do with this cut, and that this is really carne asada incarnate!!
How do we transform a flank steak to carne asada?
I found a really great video produced by “The stay at home chef.”
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Why is beef so good for you?
Think of all the different menu items you consume in a day? How many ingredients do they have? How much of your menu items are processed?
Beef is a single ingredient! As a healthy ingredient, it contains:
Vitamin B12: Animal – derived foods, such as meat, are the only dietary sources of vitamin B12, an essential nutrient that is important for blood formation and the function of the brain and nervous system.
Zinc: Beef is very rich in zinc, a mineral that isimportant for body growth and maintenance.
Selenium: Meat is generally a rich source of selenium, an essential trace element that has a variety of functions in the body.
Iron: Found in high amounts in beef, meat iron is mostly in the heme form, which is absorbed very efficiently.
Niacin: One of the B-vitamins, also called vitamin B3. Niacin has various important functions in the body. Low niacin intake has been associated with increased risk of heart disease.
Vitamin B6: A family of B-vitamins, important for blood formation.
Phosphorus: Widely found in foods, phosphorus intake is generally high in the Western diet. It is essential for body growth and maintenance.
We want to promote healthy living! How do we do that? By giving away 25 lbs of free beef on November 10th!
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Our goal is to share healthy milk and beef with all our our family and friends!