Ontario farmers are sitting on a strongly-developing market for food products that could address consumer health concerns and put extra money in their pockets.
It is estimated that the typical plate of food has travelled 2250 kilometres before consumption.
The implications for the production of greenhouse gases in the provision of our food supply are immense, and the possibilities for reduction are considerable.
If you want to buy the highest quality steaks, then the supermarket
isn’t the best place to go. To get the very best dry-aged,
naturally pasture-raised, grass-fed beef…. buy your steaks
Making healthy food choices is often less costly than people think. Cutting out some of the junk foods, and replacing them with high-quality organic grains, vegetables and beef can keep your grocery bills very manageable.
Beef is an excellent source of Coenzyme Q10, which has been shown to help reduce the formation of wrinkles. It is also believed to reduce blood pressure, lessen the effect of strokes, and help cure cancer.
Steak is usually the first thing that pops into everyone’s mind when they think about beef, but there are a lot of other cuts of beef that you can build a great meal around.
Here are a few of them, and a bonus recipe that uses a chuck roast (or whatever roast you have on hand) to make a delicious version of beef stroganoff.