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A Guide to Beef Cuts: What to Expect with a Cow Share

June 03, 2013 1 min read 0 Comments

This is what you can expect in a cow share!

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Grass Fed Beef Guide Australia

Why Grass-Fed Beef Is Better for You (Infographic)

May 25, 2013 1 min read 0 Comments

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Paleo Beef (Grass-Fed and Finished) Burger Recipe by The Aussie Paleo Chef

April 29, 2013 3 min read 0 Comments

This is a delicious paleo burger recipe by Daniel Barrett, the Aussie Paleo Chef. It uses grass fed & finished beef mince that is high in Omega 3s, CLAs, Vitamin A and E.

The beef is from an OptimOZ cow share and sourced from Grass Roots Urban Butchery where they know exactly how to grind mince in order to preserve the flavour.

Wondering what the 'bun' is made of? Check out the recipe to find out!

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Why Grass-Fed (& Grass-Finished) Meat is Better for You

Why Grass-Fed (& Grass-Finished) Meat is Better for You

January 25, 2013 5 min read 0 Comments

An important health consideration is the issue of grass (pasture) vs grain fed meat (lamb and beef). It’s widely promoted in the various paleo communities that ruminant (grass-fed) meat is a superior choice nutritionally, we’re going to run through:

  • What you should look for to make sure you’re getting the right meat
  • Why it's so important for you
  • Where you get it from!
  • How to join a Cow Share
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Where to buy Grass Fed Butter in Australia

Grass fed butter in Australia

October 20, 2012 2 min read 0 Comments

To buy grass fed butter in an affordable way (without spending $7-8 per block on something that says "grass fed" on the label) is an exercise in risk management. The risks are that the cows could get fed grain:

  • As their primary food source
  • As a backup food source (in winter or drought when there's no grass)
  • As a treat to produce their milk 

So the trick is to find products that tick (or don't tick) the above boxes.

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