My lovey asks, "Why grass fed?"

When I married my husband (we call each other "lovey" instead of honey or babe, hence the title), I had been eating real food for a number of years. He had not. I started seeing things in my fridge and in the pantry that hadn't been in there in years. I knew that I had to take some steps towards his transformation- just telling him wasn't going to convince him. He was going to have to experience it!

He loves to barbeque. If he could, he would have a barbeque business. So, we eat a lot of meat. (As an aside, I've made some strides in teaching him how to barbeque Argentine style- salt and pepper only, no rub or other condiment over a slow heat- so much so that now he cooks the meat both ways.)

So my plan was to start educating him using meat.

He gave me just the opportunity I needed to start his education! (One of the many reasons I love him is his inquisitiveness!) 

Why Grass Fed Conversation 2.GIF

And, because he loves to tease me, as he walked off towards the freezer room to do an inventory count, he called back to me and said,

I gave him my "you're teasing me again look" and ignored his question!

He cooked the grass fed beef and it tasted delicious!

I get such joy knowing that the meat we're eating is better for his heart and for all of our hearts! I can't wait to have our grass fed lamb available to share in the joy!

Bacon wrapped, chevre filled jalapenos, mushroom and onion skewers, and chicken breasts- all produced locally or on our ranch. A sample of my lovey's BBQ skills!

Bacon wrapped, chevre filled jalapenos, mushroom and onion skewers, and chicken breasts- all produced locally or on our ranch. A sample of my lovey's BBQ skills!

My lovey and his grill/pit.

My lovey and his grill/pit.


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