La Cense Beef
Have you noticed that beef doesn't taste so beefy anymore? That's because it's fed a diet of grain and pumped full of antibiotics and hormones. Not very “home on the range.” And not very La Cense, whose grass-fed cattle are raised in the pastures of Montana without additives for leaner, beefier beef with more Omega-3s, Vitamin E, and beta carotene. Tastes better, too. La Cense’s Black Angus rib eye steaks are marbled and rosy, the rib roast juicy and tender, and the burgers and franks are all-beef—which is the goal, right?
3 tips of beef
Cook grass-fed beef over low heat, since lean meat needs less heat and less time; Don’t press on the meat, which robs it of juices; Let meat rest off the heat for up to 10 minutes, covered in foil, before serving to allow juices to redistribute.