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Keto and Paleo Diet Friendly Meat

  Have you ever started a diet, built up your motivation, gone all in, only to find that there aren’t realistic food options available to you to meet your goals? There is nothing more frustrating than when achieving your goal is out of your control. Two popular modern diets have gained a lot of traction recently for their health and weight loss benefits: The Paleo and Keto diets. Both of these diets have a lot of things in common: Neither of these diets allow grains Neither of these diets allow legumes Both diets require lots of healthy fats (nuts, seeds coconut oil, animal fats) Absolutely no refined sugar is allowed in either diet Both diets require grass fed, organic protein...

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Cuts Of The Cow: An Overview

Here at Keller Crafted Meats, we love everything about meat. We love the animals it comes from, the land they graze on, the processes that let us extract it humanely, and, of course, the way it tastes when raised right. Here at Keller Crafted Meats, our grass fed organic meat is expertly handled, and it shows when you get it on your plate. But, how the meat is raised isn't the only factor determining taste, texture, and the dining experience as a whole. The cut of the meat also plays a big role in that. Here's a quick overview of the cuts of the cow. The cuts of the cow are split on two axis: "halves" are divided symmetrically (think...

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Interesting Meat Facts, Part 2

We here at Keller Crafted Meats absolutely love our meats. That's why we put together some interesting meat facts for our readers earlier this month. But we're not done yet! There's always room to grow and learn in the world of meats. To that end, here is part two of our interesting meat facts segment. Language and Meat Did you know that English words for the animals we commonly eat, like cow, sheep, and chicken, are based off of Germanic words? Conversely, our words for meat, like beef, mutton, and poultry, are based off of French words. This is because of English history, as when these words came to be Anglo Saxon peasants were the ones raising the livestock while...

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Interesting Meat Facts, Part 1

Do you love meat? Here at Keller Crafted Meats, we do too. We love everything about meat: raising it, processing it, and (of course and especially) eating it. When you love meat as much as us, you pick up a few things about it. There are all kinds of interesting facts about meat, and we would like to list a few of them here. Who Eats The Most? According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, which measured "carcass mass availability" (mmhm, appetizing!) by country in 2009, the United States of America came in first with 120.2 kilograms of meat per person. Kuwait came in second, with 119.2 kilograms of meat per person. Third was the Bahamas, with 109.5 kilograms of...

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Benefits of Eating Organic

We all know that organic foods are supposed to be healthier, but for many of us, our knowledge about them ends there. There are a whole host of reasons for why organic food is better to eat than food grown or raised by conventional methods. Since we all value our health, here we will go over just some of the benefits of eating organically grown and raised foods. Avoid Chemical Pesticides This is something we would all probably rather not think about, but what happens to the insecticides, fungicides and pesticides we use on conventionally raised foods? The answer is nothing, they just sits there until you eat them. Organic food by its nature does not use these harmful chemicals,...

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