I beg to disagree with your comment on the taste of grass finished
beef. Some people actually prefer the "taste." Like you, I don't.
However, with small farmers and ranchers experimenting with forage,
rotation and breeds of beef cattle, the problem will be eliminated. I
expect that in the near future, "taste" and more neutral grass finished
beef will both be available to our consumers.
In my area, lamb has a reputation for having that wild, gamy taste which
most people find highly objectionable. About two weeks ago, we
delivered a lamb to a customer who let it be known that she was very,
very fussy. To make matters worse, we found a few hours after delivery
that the meat cutters had made a mistake with her cuts. We offered to
take the lamb back. Kathy, my wife, just got a call from Ms. Fussy who
said that the lamb was just what she was she was looking for.
In our case, I suspect that our lamb is "neutral" tasting due to our
breed of sheep. (Is this a possible research project for one of you
Where do live? I'll put some time into finding a small farmer/rancher
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