Thursday, December 27, 2012

To Beef or Not To Beef, That Is The Question!

I'm back!  I know its been a while, but I've been busy with school and family and revamping my blogpage.  I do hope you like it.  Please feel free to comment and share with family and friends.

To beef or not to beef, that is the question!  Huh!

Yup! Huh, is right. 

You’re probably saying this girl doesn’t eat beef, so why is she promoting it.  Well, it’s simple.  I just want to be able to help Non-Vegetarians eat the right kind of food.  When you decide to grill up that juicy steak you’re craving, you need to make the right choice by choosing GRASS FED and NOT CORN FED BEEF.  Why?

Cattle that are fed grass make choosing beef a healthier option for you.  They’re raised in a stress/hormone free environment, contain the right nutrients your body needs and provides your body the right amount of protein.  Grass Fed is also gentler on the cattles digestive system, making it easy for them to digest.  Plus, it’s safer for you and your family.  It’s that simple.  Sadly, we live in a country that mostly produces CORN FED BEEF which uses GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) Corn and Hormones to feed our cattle so they get beefed up and ready for slaughtering.  If you love beef, feed your family the right kind...
You can purchase Grass Fed Beef at your local health food store like Whole Foods & Trader Joe’s, or your local warehouse store like Costco. Like to it order online, not a problem, you can simply make your purchase at
Check out Tall Grass Beef's deal….

Tall Grass Beef
Tallgrass Sampler
Treat yourself or a special friend to a collection of our very finest steaks.

• 2 x 8 oz Filet Mignon Steaks
• 2 x 8 oz Top Sirloin Steaks
• 2 x 14 oz Rib Eye Steaks
• 2 x 10 oz New York Strip Steaks

Price $179.95 + Tax & Shipping
GMO -Organisms that have been genetically modified include micro-organisms such as bacteria and yeast, plants, fish, and mammals. GMOs are the source of genetically modified foods, and are also widely used in scientific research and to produce goods other than food.


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