For a quick and satisfying dinner, I have a go-to meal, a very loose adaptation of Spanish-style picadillo, improvised with foods I usually have in my kitchen. Using staple ingredients makes this recipe easy to pull together, but it’s also just pleasantly simple to prepare. I make this dish when an extra trip to the grocery store isn’t going to happen, or when I want a hearty dish but don’t feel like working too hard. Even just to peel and cut onions and garlic – there are times I’m not going to be bothered. We always keep ground grass-fed beef in the freezer for quick dishes. I omitted the tomatoes usually found in picadillo because they tend to cause some joint pain for me, but I find that the paprika and chili powder (although they are in nightshade family) are less aggravating and add a nice smokiness to the balance of flavors, including the light salt of the olives and sweetness of the raisins. Preparing the squash and the meat in one (albeit heavy) cast-iron skillet cuts back on time and energy and that only makes me love my cast-iron skillet even more. … Read On »
Here’s some phenomenal news that really changed my life for the better: beef from cows roaming a spacious pasture, out in the sunshine, eating fresh green grass and hay as cows were meant to do, is very nutritious and can be an integral part of a balanced, nourishing diet.
There’s strong evidence and so many real-life stories extolling the benefits of grass fed beef, and I wish I could share it all. I’m very passionate about debunking the prevalent myths about an animal food that truly provides sustenance and healing. I really could go on for days! But, I’ll stick with an overview of the differences between grass-fed and conventional beef– touching on the ways animals are raised, the food they eat, and the health benefits of beef from cows raised on the pasture.
Animal Quality of Life
It’s no surprise that many people are compelled to give up meat when they realize how deplorable the conditions are for animals raised in factory farms or confined animal feed lots. … Read On »