Grass Fed Beef Stew

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Main Courses | Jan, 09 2013

Grass Fed Beef Stew

Although some people have an aversion to eating meat, if you are an O or B Blood Type, you can digest red meat very well.  Grass fed beef is totally different compared  to your average supermarket meat. Because the major source of nourishment is from grass, the meat is very high in CLA, Conjugated Linoleic Acid, which has a protective effect on your cell walls. A Finnish study showed women who had high CLA levels in their blood had a 60% reduced risk of Breast Cancer. Grass fed meat is also high in Omega 3’s and Vitamin E. Occasionally adding grass fed meat to you diet is a tasty way to add protein to your diet. This is a simple, slow cooking crock pot meal. You can really taste the difference in the grass fed beef. Bon Appétit!


Add the following ingredients to a crock pot:

1 large onion, chopped

4 celery stalks, chopped

3 large carrots, sliced

2 cups of organic beef stew

1 – 2 lbs. of stewing beef, depending on how much meat you would like

Add your favorite spices. Bragg’s Organic Spice Sprinkle has a variety of flavorful herbs.

Turn the crock pot on low and slowly cook for 6 hours. Serve with a salad or almond biscuits.  It’s a yummy winter meal. Enjoy.