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    Grass fed beef. How to get it to taste good.

    Any ideas? I googled and all I could come up with is to not overcook it and let it stand. I love rare meat but that's how I cooked the last GF steak and, to be honest, it was super bland.

    I just joined a local CSA and my first box comes tomorrow. Lots of organic veggies, fruit, coffee. Also bought organic chicken at a better price than WF. And, some GF ground beef (will doctor up with coconut milk and spices) and a rib eye and a NY strip.

    Would marinating help??

    Thanks.
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    Sorry- I love the flavor of grassfed beef, so I'm not sure why you feel it's bland. Most people think it has a stronger flavor, not a weaker one. Try again?

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    Your steak was bland? If it's a thick steak stick it in the oven for a little at 350 F and then pan fry it on high for a few minutes. If it's thin just pan fry it on high. Load it with salt and some pepper. Steak is one of the easiest things to make. Best steak I ever have is the ones I cook myself.

    Really flavoring is up to you. I just made up my own taco seasoning + cream with my 1 lb grass fed ground beef, added an onion, jalapeno, bell pepper, tomato. It was amazing.

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    Open package....insert into facial pie hole. Good tastes are produced

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    The grassfed ground beef always comes out great! I do up my own seasoning and, delish. Did meatballs this week with coconut milk and garlic, cumin, etc. Unreal!
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    I dunno. The last GF steak I had was from WF so maybe the CSA steak will be better. Thanks.
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    ok....?????

    CSA? WF?
    55 yr old male


    07/01/2013

    Weight; 199
    Chest; 41.5
    Waist; 42
    Hips; 40
    Thigh; 22.5
    Calf; 15
    Bicep: 13
    Forearm; 11.5
    Neck; 17

    07/20/2013

    Weight; 200
    Chest; 42
    Waist; 42.5
    Hips; 39
    Thigh; 23
    Calf; 15
    Bicep: 13
    Forearm; 11.5
    Neck; 16

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    Quote Originally Posted by ez2cy View Post
    ok....?????

    CSA? WF?
    CSA = Community Supported Agriculture. It's much less money than Farmers Markets (at least where I live, out at the absolute edge of suburbia bordering on wilderness) and the quality is great

    WF = Whole Foods (or Whole Paycheck, as some like to call it)
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    I've mentioned this before in another thread, but here's how I do it.
    The recipe for a perfect steak:
    Melt half a stick of butter
    pour in some lowry's (experiment to get it to your liking)
    mix
    brush butter/lowry's mix onto steak
    place steak on (previously) lit grill (char-coal of course)
    remove steak when cooked medium
    insert steak into pie hole
    thank me later


    note: if steak is cooked any more than medium, that poor cow died for no reason

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    Quote Originally Posted by KV8R View Post
    note: if steak is cooked any more than medium, that poor cow died for no reason
    Haha. No lie there. Love it super rare. That sounds great (love butter on anything). Dinner tomorrow!
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