GAUCHO RANCH URUGUAYAN RIBEYE GRASS FED STEAK AND NATURAL PORK CHORIZOS GRILLED ON EAZYBBQ OAK CHARCOAL
Grass fed beef is not only healthier but also offers more flavor than regular grain fed. If you add to that the fact that you can now grill on all natural oak charcoal, without any chemicals or unhealthy additives, then the benefits are doubled. Grass-fed beef generally comes from cattle that eat only grass and other foraged foods throughout their lives. Often, conventional beef cattle eat a diet that includes grains, such as corn, at some point. The difference in the diets of the cattle changes the nutrients and fats you get from eating the different types of beef.
According to Mayo Clinic, Grass-fed beef may have some heart-health benefits that other types of beef don't have. When compared with other types of beef, grass-fed beef may have:
- Less total fat
- More heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids
- More conjugated linoleic acid, a type of fat that's thought to reduce heart disease and cancer risks
- More antioxidant vitamins, such as vitamin E
Grilling on EazyBBQ is very simple. First, unwrap the box, and remove two red tabs located at top and bottom of the box. Take out the two cardboard supports and place on grill. Light up the triangle at the bottom of the box and let burn for about 20 minutes. Once charcoal is white, salt and pepper your ribeye to taste. There is no need to add any extra sauces, marinades or seasonings, since the natural smoke of the oak charcoal will provide a smoky flavor, enhancing the natural delicious taste of the grass fed steak. Place steak and artisanal chorizos on grill, and cook for only 5 minutes on each side, for a perfect medium seared and juicy steak. Do not move steaks or chorizos around, just cook and flip, 5 minutes per side. After 10 minutes of grilling, remove and serve right off the grill. Cut in slices on a wooden plate or tray, and enjoy. Option is to serve with chimichurri and a green salad on the side, with an olive oil and lemon dressing. To get your artisanal chorizos and grass feed beef please visit www.gauchoranch.com