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As you may have guessed from the name, grass-fed beef means the cow has been fed a “mostly-grass” diet. Many U.S. beef cows are kept in feedlots, small confined stalls with limited space, and fattened up rapidly. Though not all producers are as exacting with their standards, Farmview Market’s beef is 100% grass-fed AND grass-finished.
Yes. Grass-fed beef is a red meat that is considered one of the best protein sources around. It contains lots of heart-healthy omega-3’s and antioxidant vitamins. It also contains CLA (conjugated linoleic acid), which is an essential fatty acid that is associated with many health benefits such as reducing body fat and cholesterol.
Well, in a nutshell, Farmview’s grass-fed beef is simply the best – from selecting the right breeds for the best flavor attributes to working with forage specialist to grow just the right grasses to promote better flavor and tenderness, to harvesting at just the right time, carefully selecting only the very best cuts and ensuring the product is always fresh.
Farmview’s cattle are a heritage breed, and animals are 100% grass-fed and treated ethically and humanely throughout the process.
Farmview’s grass-fed beef hot dogs never have any added hormones, nitrates or nitrites, and are minimally processed. It is the purest all-beef hot dog you can find.
Keep it simple with ketchup and mustard, or mix it up with some of these beloved ingredients to top your fully cooked, uncured grass-fed beef hot dog:
In the windy city, they like their hot dogs topped with relish, chopped onion, tomato slices, dill pickle, sport peppers, a dash of celery salt and yellow mustard. Serve it on a poppy seed bun or it’s not truly authentic.
Wrap each hot dog in bacon before grilling. Top with spicy mustard. Yum!
Even Elvis would approve of this dog wrapped in bacon and topped with shredded cheese, BBQ sauce, and green onions.
Top your dog with your favorite chunky beef chili, cheddar cheese, and chopped onion and get ready for the meat sweats!
The meaning of a “true” Coney Island hot dog is widely contested, as is its origin (many say that it didn’t originate in Coney Island at all, but actually hails from Michigan). The version we make includes beef chili, onions, and yellow mustard.
Topped with grilled peppers and onions. Just like Nona used to make.
No need to decide among toppings; add them all! Top your hot dog with all the classics: ketchup, mustard, relish, and onions.
Reminiscent of Carolina BBQ, top your hot dog with chili and slaw for a spicy and sweet combination.
Top your dog with chili, cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, guacamole, jalapeños, and serve it in a taco shell. Docos anyone?
The days are getting warmer and we have more hours of daylight to enjoy, so it is the perfect time to pick up some grass-fed hot dogs from Farmview Market for a cookout.
Grass-fed hot dogs: it’s what’s for dinner.
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