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  • Beef Heart
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    Where does it come from? Abdominal Cavity

    While organ meats can be intimidating to many, the heart is a delicious steak with a beefy, slightly gamey flavor that’s nutritionally dense and well worth giving a try. The heart boasts a concentrated dose of CoQ10, double the collagen and elastin of other cuts, and boasts animo acids, selenium, and phosphorus. Additionally, grass-fed beef like ours has even higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids. The bottom line? This is a delicious and healthy cut of meat that’s worth straying from your comfort zone for. For reference, one...

  • Beef Liver
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    Where does it come from? Abdominal Cavity

    One of the most nutrient-dense foods you can eat, period, with high levels of Vitamin B12, Vitamin A, Riboflavin, Folate, Iron, Copper, and Choline. Once one of the most prized cuts of meat, liver has fallen out of popular favor like other organ meats–but is worth giving a try. 

    Cooking Methods: Sautee 

    Choose Pork Liver if you’re looking for something with lower calories and fat but similar nutritive content. 

    Grass-Fed | Non-GMO | No Hormones |...

  • Beef Kidney
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    Where does it come from? Abdominal Cavity

    Like other organ meats Beef Kidney is bursting full of nutrition: iron, zinc, B-vitamins like riboflavin and folate, phosphorous, and a high dose of protein. Sauteed with onions or included in a beef broth, Kidney is a nutritious addition to your diet. 

    Cooking Methods: Sautee, Boil

    Tip: Add Kidney to your roasted bone broth with our Beef Bones

    Grass-Fed | Non-GMO | No Hormones | No Antibiotics

  • Beef Tongue
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    Where does it come from? The head

    Like other offal, many people are unfamiliar with beef tongue and may find it intimidating–but when cooked right, tongue is considered a delicacy. With the right treatment, this is a lovely cut of meat that’s worth getting acquainted with. 

    Cooking Method: Brine, Pan Broil/Skillet, Slow Cook, Braise/Pot Roast

    Grass-Fed | Non-GMO | No Hormones | No Antibiotics

  • Pork Picnic Roast
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    Where does it come from? Picnic/Shoulder Primal

    The lower portion of the pork shoulder, The Picnic Roast has less intramuscular fat than the Boston Butt–but still has the skin in-tact, decadent and crispy when slow-roasted. 

    Cooking Methods: Braise/Pot-Roast, Roast

    Forest and Pasture Finished | Non-GMO | No Hormones | No Antibiotics

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  • Pork Boston Butt
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    Where does it come from? Butt Primal

    The name of Boston Butt can be confusing, as it comes from the upper shoulder of the pig. This motion-driving muscle is marbled throughout and has some fat and gristle–which is exactly why it’s a favorite cut in pulled pork dishes, as it becomes deliciously pull-apart tender and juicy with slow cooking. 

    Cooking Methods: Braise/Pot Roast, Smoke

    Forest and Pasture Finished | Non-GMO | No Hormones | No Antibiotics

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  • Pork Ham Hocks
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    Where does it come from? Hock Primal

    The bottom half of the leg, ham hocks contain bones, collagen, connective tissues, and some meat all surrounded by a band of fat and skin. While not typically enjoyed on their own, they can be added to various dishes for a boost in nutrition and flavor, whether you add them to a bone broth or spice and roast or smoke them before adding to a soup or casserole for a concentrated bacon-y flavor. 

    Cooking Methods: Braise/Slow Cook, Boil, Smoke, Roast

    Forest and Pasture Finished |...

  • Pork Tenderloin
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    Where does it come from? Loin Primal

    A long thin and lean cut of meat from under the loin roast, the tenderloin is the most tender cut of meat when cooked hot and fast. 

    Cooking Methods: Grill, Pan-Sear, Roast, Stir-Fry

    Forest and Pasture Finished | Non-GMO | No Hormones | No Antibiotics

  • Pork Center-Cut Chops
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    Where does it come from? Loin Primal

    Pork chops are the pig equivalent of steak, hailing from the loin primal that spans from the shoulder to the hip in the back and includes a small strip of meat known as the tenderloin. Depending on where on the loin the chop comes from, the meat and preparation can be very different; Center Cut Chops come from the center of the loin, with some including prized tenderloin meat. These are lean, mild-flavored cuts that include a small amount of bone and fat, but they can require some extra...

  • Pork Loin
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    Where does it come from? Loin Primal

    The pork loin is a large roast cut from the muscle next to the backbone that spans from the shoulder to the hip. A larger roast that includes the same meat as the Pork Blade Chop, Pork Center-Cut Chop, and Pork Sirloin Chop, this cut is great if you love that porky flavor and want to make a large amount of food. 

    Cooking Methods: Braise/Pot Roast, Grill,...

  • Pork Blade Chops
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    Where does it come from? Loin Primal 

    Pork chops are the pig equivalent of steak, hailing from the loin primal that spans from the shoulder to the hip in the back and includes a small strip of meat known as the tenderloin. Depending on where on the loin the chop comes from, the meat and preparation can be very different; the Blade Chop is from the top of the loin, near the shoulder blade. It includes part of the shoulder blade and is comprised primarily of dark meat, resulting in a delicious full flavor....

  • Pork Sirloin Chops
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    Where does it come from? Loin Primal

    Pork chops are the pig equivalent of steak, hailing from the loin primal that spans from the shoulder to the hip in the back and includes a small strip of meat known as the tenderloin. Depending on where on the loin the chop comes from, the meat and preparation can be very different; Sirloin chops come from the bottom of the loin near the hip. Comprised of many different muscle groups and containing more bone than other chop cuts, they’re full of flavor but are tough unless...

  • Pork Ham, Fresh and Uncured
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    Where does it come from? Ham Primal

    Coming either whole or in steak slices, our Ham is Fresh and Uncured. The flavor and texture are different from a cured ham, which some are more familiar with. The whole ham can be slow cooked to be sliced like a roast or pulled into succulent pulled pork, while the steaks, comprised of many different muscles and intramuscular tissues, are best brined and cooked fast, whether pan-seared or grilled. This ham has a fresh, porky flavor that we can’t recommend enough. 

    Cooking Methods: Braise/Pot Roast,...

  • Pork Spare Ribs
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    Where does it come from? Spare Ribs Primal

    A meatier cut of rib than Pork Baby Back Ribs, Spare Ribs come from the side of the belly and are flatter than Baby Back Ribs, making them easier to brown. There is a lot of bone but also a lot of fat, which means that they’re juicy and incredibly flavorful when cooked properly. 

    Cooking Methods: Grill, Smoke, Braise/Pot-Roast

    Forest and Pasture Finished | Non-GMO | No Hormones | No Antibiotics

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  • Sliced Pork Sidemeat
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    Where does it come from? Belly/Side Primal

    Also known as uncured bacon. This sliced sidemeat isn’t what you’d expect when you think “bacon”–it’s not salted or smoked, so the texture and flavor are different. That said, the meat is marbled with succulent fat and a delicious porky flavor that serves as a different and lower-sodium alternative to bacon. 

    Cooking Methods: Brine, Pan Sear, Stir-Fry

    Tip: brine pork sidemeat overnight in water with salt, pepper, a sweetener like maple syrup or Honey, and your favorite spices–experiment for...

  • Ground Pork
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    Where does it come from? Throughout 

    Ground pork is the trimmings from chops, roasts, and other pork cuts ground up and mixed together. Our Ground Pork contains about 20-25% fat, emparting a delicious porky flavor. This is a great addition to many meals, whether substituted where you’d normally use Ground Beef or made into patties or logs to be enjoyed like a caseless sausage. Unlike what you’ll find in the grocery store, our Ground Pork isn’t made up of the trimmings from countless individual animals–we usually only send a...