I just had the first grass-fed tri-tip of my adult life. I'd forgotten how good it is.
My great-uncle raised beef cattle, and he fed them hay and silage. He was a pretty natural farmer even before it was "cool." As a kid, visits to the farm usually resulted in a home-grown beef roast, and it was always amazingly good. My uncle retired when I was a teen and died a couple years later at the ripe old age of 90. Yes, he didn't retire until well into his 80's. Even then, it took cancer three rounds to knock him out.
Since he sent the cows to Easter Washington, I have been stuck with supermarket beef.
Until today. I found a real butcher, with real meat, and she actually works with people who are strict paleo-dieters. The tri-tip cost me $8/lb, but so worth it. It's a treat I won't be able to afford often, but I can't wait until my budget opens up to try it again.
"The most dangerous ideas in a society are not the ones that are being argued, but the ones that are assumed." C.S. Lewis