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Checking In On Your Healthy New Year Goals

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Shortly before 2014 hit, I published a blog post entitled 5 Ways to Enjoy Bison Meat for a Healthier 2014. In this blog post, I challenged readers to take a look at their own eating habits and diets, and offered a few pointers (five to be exact) of how you can work towards better eating habits while incorporating bison into your diet.



For a full explanation and write-up of my suggestions, read the full post. However, I'll offer you a "headline recap" below.

What makes our bison the best bison meat?

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As bison meat becomes more and more popular and more and more producers begin to enter the arena, you may see more outlets becoming available for buying bison meat.
So what makes our bison meat, in my humble opinion, the best bison meat?
1. Our bison meat is Responsibly Ranch Raised.
There are lots of ways to refer to the process and finished meat product. Some you may have heard are "all natural" or "organic". But these terms can be vague and misleading, and while they certainly sound positive (and usually probably are) they can mean different things to different people, particularly "all natural" since there is no regulation to that claim. So we created our own term: Responsibly Ranch Raised and our own definition to what that means for us. You can read our entire Responsibly Ranch Raised definition, but I'll summarize it for you as well.




It means that we don't use antibiotics, growth hormones, steroids or fillers. It means we care about our ani…

5 Amazing Bison Steak Recipes for your Valentine's Day Dinner

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Going out for Valentine's Day can be busy and hectic -- if you are even able to get a table or reservation. Why not try one of these awesome Bison Steak recipes for a meal you'll both love and enjoy. Pair your steak with a glass of red wine and one or two of your favorite side dishes (and don't forget dessert!) for a Valentine's Day treat. (Click the photos to be taken to each recipe.)

1. Herb Crusted Bison Filet Mignon A Bison Filet Mignon will taste great with even little to no seasoning, but consider trying this recipe which has you rub rosemary, basil, sage, salt and pepper onto your filet prior to cooking.



2. Bison NY Strip with Rosemary and Lemon Marinade

This delicious recipe uses the popular NY Strip Steak and blends the flavors of rosemary and lemon for a delicious marinade. The twist on this recipe is that you marinade the steaks AFTER you cook them.

3. Bison Sirloin Steak with Balsamic and Honey Glaze
This delicious marinade lends great flavor to your Bison Top S…

8 Bison Meat Recipes for your Super Bowl Party

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It's the biggest TV event of every year and everyone loves it for different reasons. Some love it for the game, some for the commercials. Some love the halftime show or for the get-togethers and parties. But if you're like me, you love it for the food!

Maybe you have your super bowl party food traditions, enjoying the same food with the same people every year. But if you don't, or if you're looking to change it up, let me offer some amazing bison options!

Below you'll find eight of my favorite tailgating or game day meals, appetizers and foods. These recipes will work for small get togethers – just you and your family – or larger parties.

1. Bison Burgers and Hot Dogs


This is probably one of the easiest things you can do for your super bowl gathering. Form your patties the night before in whatever size you want. You can do sliders, quarter-pound, third-pound, half pound, or whatever size (or variety of sizes) works for your needs. Even easier, you can buy pre-formed…

5 Ways to Enjoy Lean Bison Meat for a Healthier 2014

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It's no secret that bison meat is lean, low in fat, calories and cholesterol while high in protein and iron. When you add that to the fact that NebraskaBison.com bison meat is Responsibly Ranch Raised (no steroids, antibiotics or hormones and humane treatment of the animals), you know that eating bison meat is a win / win.

We're at the time of year, where many people are reflecting over the past year and looking forward towards 2014 and their goals for the coming year. If, like many people, you're looking for a healthier diet and looking to lose a few pounds or build some muscle in 2014, bison meat may be a good choice for helping you meet your goals. NebraskaBison.com bison meat is here to help you work towards your goals with 5 ways to enjoy bison meat for a healthier 2014.

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