Over the past several months, I've been rethinking my thoughts about meats and avoiding meats and I do avoid beef more so than other meats. One of the reasons why I'm ending up kind of being a more of a fan of meats is because how the American food system is being run. One thing that it lacks greatly is minerals. That is why I'm ending up buying Bison today and trying it, to see how I would like it or not. I will post pics below of the ingredients that I put in, and since I did enough cooking in my life so far, I did a ruff estimate of how much did I put it, I basically eyeball it.
It was good, I thought it would be a bit gamier but it still had a game flavor to it. Which I was expecting a lot more. The nice thing about Bison is that it has a lot more minerals like iron, because they are out in the "wild" and hunted or for the most part farmed in such away that the Bison gets its minerals from the grass which the grass gets its minerals from the dirt and the grass that they typically eat is that of deep-rooted grass not the grass that we typically see in the cattle farms across the USA.
Would I regularly eat Bison? Maybe two or three times a month for now, I might get Bison on a weekly basis to have as part of my meal, once I settle into my new apartment, around November! Thanks for consuming this piece of content that I made! Have a blessed day! - Terence Shane K
Terence S. Kruger (Jr.) is all about bringing a Christ Centered Libertarian Philosophy to the world.