Showing posts from December, 2015

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Top 10 Bison Recipes of 2015

As we get ready to head into 2016, I thought it would be fun to look back over the past year at our most popular recipes of 2015. We get a lot of traffic through to our Bison recipe collection each day. So here they are: the most viewed recipes of the past year!

10. Bison Lasagna
I love this delicious and simple lasagna recipe. When I have some on hand, I even add spinach to my layers which you can't taste, but adds some extra nutrients. View Bison Lasagna Recipe.

How to cook Bison Meat | A collection of Bison Cooking Videos to kick off 2016!

Some of the most common questions I get asked in the day to day of my work with bison are questions related to cooking. By the time people are ready to buy, they likely already know that bison is a very lean meat, and thus, it requires special care when cooking to get the optimum flavor and tenderness from your meat.

While it is important to take a little extra care when cooking bison (especially the first few times), it really isn't any harder than cooking any other meat. We recommend low and slow cooking methods, but other than that, you can really use bison in any meat recipe you already love. Plus -- because bison is so lean, you won't have as much shrinkage during cooking as you would with fattier meat choices.

The good news is, if you are nervous about taking the plunge into cooking bison, we have lots of bison recipes and tips available on our website and our Instagram page is full of photos from my very own kitchen, showcasing real meals I've made using bison to h…

Health Benefits of Bison Bone Broth

More and more you may start to see pictures of "bone broths" popping up on your Facebook and Instagram feeds or maybe you're starting to hear people talk about this new health food trend.

Bone Broth is made by boiling high quality animal bones (bison, beef, chicken, etc.) in water with vegetables, herbs and a bit of apple cider vinegar for hours/days until you have pulled the nutrients out from the bones leaving you with a delicious and nutritious broth.

While one good use for this is to use in cooking and making soups, many people are even drinking a warm cup of bone broth by itself as breakfast or an afternoon pick-me-up. While not a lot of clinical research has been done on the subject, many adopters are reporting relief from digestive issues and skin problems when adding bone broth to their diet. (Source: Huffington Post article.)

Quality bones (like our bison soup bones) are full of calcium and collagen (which turns to gelatin when you cook it). "Gelatin is lo…

4 Reasons to Shop Bison for Christmas Gifts!

1. We make shopping easy. With  price points for every budget, we can help you send a gift at the price you want with incredible convenience. Just shop online to find the product you want - give us your billing address and the shipping address for your recipient and we'll make sure they get a package on their doorstep from you!

Last chance to order for delivery in time for Christmas is Sunday, Dec. 20th, however, we recommend placing your order by Monday, Dec. 14th.

2. Bison Meat is lean and responsibly raised. Bison steaks are high in protein and nutrients, but low in fat, calories, cholesterol and sodium. They are raised without hormones, steroids and antibiotics and are humanely raised.

3. There are lots of unique and great choices. We work to make lots of delicious products using only bison meat, leaving you lots of choices to choose from. While the Bison Filet Mignon remains an incredibly popular gift item, we also offer things like Bison Summer Sausage, Bison Jerky and Bison…

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