Grass-fed Corned Beef Brisket
Keller Crafted Meats

Grass-fed Corned Beef Brisket

Regular price $31.99
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I have to say, we make a corned beef that I am proud of. Not only is it packed with flavors that your great-grandmother would approve of, but it’s also created from start to finish with our environmental footprint as a top priority. We have our blinders on, full speed ahead to help benefit our planet while nourishing our bodies with nutrient dense, grass-finished beef!

Rich, meaty, fall-apart goodness - The best corned beef you'll ever have, hands down! Our corned beef is grass-fed, grass-finished, and hand trimmed in small batches, brined in a classic solution that will remind you of your grandma's recipe. There's no sugar and we brine with only organic spices. There are absolutely no nitrates or nitrates added (except for those naturally occurring with celery powder and sea salt). It's certified humanely raised & handled, GMO-free, and Food Alliance Certified. The best part? It’s Land to Market Verified which means it’s made with beef that’s verified in improving soil health, biodiversity, and ecosystem function!

SIZE: 2 - 2.5 lb

SERVES: 3-4

COOKING METHODS:
Rinse with cool water. Choose your cooking method.

STOVE TOP - Fill your pot so the brisket is totally submerged. Simmer on low for about 45 minutes per pound.

PRESSURE COOKER - Place brisket fat side up and cover with water or broth. Seal and cook on high for 1 hour. Once it’s cooked, allow pressure to release naturally.

SLOW COOKER - Place fat side up and cover with water or broth. Cook on LOW for 6 to 8 hours.

INGREDIENTS: Grass-finished beef, water, sea salt, organic garlic, and organic pickling spices (celery powder, dill seed, yellow mustard, coriander, bay leaf, ginger, allspice, cinnamon, chili pepper, black pepper, cloves)

FARM: Richard Grassfed Beef is a 6,600-acre ranch managed by Tom IV, his daughter Carrie and her husband Daniel Prelip in Oregan House, California. Richards Grassfed Beef is the first Ecological Outcome Verified (EOV) cattle operation on the West Coast. This 6th generation, family-run ranch regenerates our natural ecosystem, increases biodiversity, and can help reverse climate change.