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1. Get Your Feet Wet Pack – $200 Feeling a little hesitant about grass-fed beef? Have some reservations about the taste? Skeptical that it’s just a scheme to get you to pay a lot of money for the same old thing? Then get your feet wet without commitment by ordering our, “Get Your Feet Wet Pack.” This combination of steaks and ground beef will give you an easy introduction to grass-fed beef…but CAREFUL – try it once and you might get ADDICTED!!! (Approx. 20 lbs.)
Package includes: 2 T-Bone, 1 Short Ribs, 2 Top Sirloin, 2 Flat Iron, 10 lbs. Ground Beef, 3 Rib Steaks.
4. Bulk Ground Beef – 20 lbs. – $120 When in doubt, get the hamburger out! (For 20 lbs., enter “1″, for 40 lbs., enter “2″, etc.)
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Planted on a terrace of fine-loamy soils overlooking the Estrella River of
Paso Robles California, the Johansing Vineyard has successfully grow Merlot
and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes for more than 20 years. Warm days and cool maritime
nights in combination with deep alluvial soils create an ideal terroir for
our family wines. The Johansing family’s personal commitment to [...]
“From our ranch to your kitchen.
What beef is supposed to taste like.”
San Luis Obispo County provides our cattle with lush and natural pastures to feed upon. These grasses are native California plants that remain untreated by hormones or antibiotics. Each animal is born and raised to maturity on the Johansing farms alone.
All of our cattle are born and raised on our farm in northern San Luis Obispo County near Paso Robles, California. The bulls are selected for grass finishing qualities and turned out with the cows so that the calves will be born in the spring when the grass and [...]
Nestled on rolling hills, the Keyes Valley sits northeast of Paso Robles, bordered by Monterey County to its north. In 1974, the Johansing family began farming grain on the Keyes Valley Ranch; we started our cattle program in 1981 and planted our first vineyards in 1988. A family operation [...]
How To Cook Grass Fed Beef
Your biggest culprit for tough grass-fed beef is overcooking. The beef is made for rare to medium cooking.
Since grass fed beef is extremely low in fat, coat with virgin olive oil. truffle oil or other favorite light oil.
We recommend marinating your beef before cooking, especially lean cuts like NY Strip [...]