Grass Fed Beef
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The reasons for choosing grass fed beef are many--taste, environmental impact and dietary quality are just a few. La Cense Black Angus beef truly qualifies as 100 percent grass fed beef. None of the cattle are finished on hard-to-digest grain or given growth hormones. This distinction is important, not only for reasons of taste, but for your health.
Grass fed beef is lower in calories and fat than grain fed beef and can be eaten by even those who are on a heart-healthy diet. In fact, the high levels of beta carotene in grass fed beef make it possible to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease simply by including a tender, juicy steak in your diet occasionally. A six-ounce La Cense steak will have 100 fewer calories than a six-ounce steak from grain-finished cattle.
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Understand the Flavor of Grass Fed Beef
Grass fed beef gets its flavor from nature--from the nutrients in the soil, and from the clean air and water. The La Cense Ranch in Montana offers wide open fields of abundant blue bunch wheatgrass and alfalfa. What the cattle eat have a direct and potent effect on how the meat will taste, and little is better for a succulent, rich flavor than what the natural Montana landscape has to offer. La Cense's cattle are cared for without drugs or hormones and are monitored from birth to prevent any sickness spreading though the herds.
Try La Cense grass fed beef because it is savory and rich, a truly remarkable dining experience. Sophisticated palates will appreciate the meat's full-flavored body, especially when paired with a robust red wine such as cabernet sauvignon. To order, simply choose the type of beef you'd like and browse the different available cuts.
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