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Fillet of grass-fed beef, pomme anna and mushroom purée

Simon Gueller's fillet of beef recipe uses classic flavours to stunning effect, serving the prime cut of beef with a mushroom purée, pomme Anna potatoes and celeriac.


Do not believe the general consensus that red #meat is unhealthy for you! It's all in the meat quality. Just like junk food in general will cause a downward spiral in health and body weight, so will junk meat! I only consume #organic, grass-fed beef, as I consider anything less to not be on par. For me, there's nothing quite like a high quality #steak to satisfy my taste buds. Learn the truth about the #nutritional benefits of real #beef.

from Mark's Daily Apple

The Differences Between Grass-Fed Beef and Grain-Fed Beef

Grass-fed truly shines in the micronutrient profile for one reason. Grass-fed cows get more nutritious food. Grass-fed beef is also higher in B-vitamins, beta-carotene (look for yellow fat), vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol), vitamin K, and trace minerals like magnesium, calcium, and selenium. Studies show grass feeding results in higher levels of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), the “good” naturally occurring trans fat.

from The Real Food Guide

Why Choose Grass-Fed Beef Over Grain-Fed Beef

from Authority Nutrition

Grass-Fed vs Grain-Fed Beef – What's The Difference?

The foods that a cow eats can have a major effect on its nutrient composition and beef from grass-fed cows is more nutritious than beef from grain-fed cows.

from Cooking Light

Grass-Fed Beef versus Grain-Fed Beef

The skinny on grass-fed beef: Grass-fed beef is lower in calories, contains more healthy fats, more vitamins A and E, higher levels of antioxidants, and up to seven times the beta-carotene.