|This Auction has 3 pounds of Steak
Cut from the prime rib of the elk. This elk ribeye steak is
an extraordinary flavor and tenderness sensation! An extremely lean and
healthy heart smart choice.
in 1 lb. bags.
Sure elk meat is savory, tender and mouth-watering. Itís also lower
in fat than beef, pork, chicken and even some seafood, plus itís rich in
key essential nutrients. In fact, since most Americans exceed the
recommended daily allowance of fats established by the American Heart
Association, elk meat is a healthy, delicious alternative to other
Compared to traditionally raised livestock, elk eat the majority of
their diet from native grasses, trees and brush instead of rich grains.
Naturally high in protein, low in fat and free of the growth
hormones, antibiotics and steroids that are found in most store bought
meat, elk is a great substitute for more commonly found meat. Elk is
also significantly lower in saturated fat than beef and provides 100% of
your daily vitamin B-12!
Our free-range, 100% grass-fed elk meat is unlike any red meat youíve
experienced before! Itís naturally lower in fat and calories than grain
fed meat and is an excellent source of Omega 3 fatty acids and CLA or
ďgood fatsĒ. These good fats help fight an array of diseases from heart
disease to cancer. Our 100% grass-fed elk meat comes to you directly
from our grassland pastures in Wyoming.
If youíve been lucky enough to have a tender, lean elk steak right
off of the grill, then you know what all the fuss is about. For those
that havenít had the chance to try free range elk, the flavor is similar
to beef, and is often described as clean and slightly sweet.
All of our elk are raised on ranches here in the Mountain West. Lower
in fat and higher in protein than beef or chicken, our grass-fed elk
arenít treated with any antibiotics, hormones or steroids. Their meat is
an excellent source of iron, phosphorus and zinc. And it tastes
The way elk is prepared greatly influences itís flavor. We recommend keeping the flavors simple and not over cooking the meat
Looking for information on how to cook elk meat? Your favorite
marinade can easily be used on one of our delicious elk steaks, and most
of your favorite recipes can be adapted to elk meat. Elk is similar to
beef and is cooked in much the same way. Just follow the simple
guidelines below, and you can enjoy the delicious flavors and health
benefits of grass-fed elk anytime.
THE BASICS OF COOKING ELK
Elk has a deliciously clean flavor that isnít gamey. When cooking
elk, preventing moisture loss is key to keeping the meat tender and
preserving its delicate flavor. For best results, donít exceed an
internal temperature of 140 degrees. If youíre comfortable with slightly
pinker meat, 130 degrees is even better.
ďLOW AND SLOWĒ COOKING
For those that prefer their meat well done, try using a cooking
technique like braising, where the meat is cooked at a low temperature
for a long period of time. Braising or using a slow cooker will yield
tender, juicy results.