Langside Grassfed Beef
Pasture-raised cows are animals that get a size-able portion of their food from organic grass grown in a pasture. Organic grass is grass that isn't treated with synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, and organic pasture-raised cattle should get at least 30% of their nutritional intake from this grass. Pasture-based refers to production systems that rely more on animals harvesting their own feed rather than less, and where animals spend the majority of their lifetimes outside.
Beef trimmings are pieces of meat remaining after steaks, roasts, and other cuts are removed. Beef trimmings are very often used to make ground beef.
Available in 5kg
Mincing is a food preparation technique in which food ingredients are finely divided into uniform pieces.
Minced food is in smaller pieces than diced or chopped foods, and is often prepared with a chef's knife or food processor, or in the case of meat by a specialised meat grinder.
Available in 2.5kg
The meat is compacted and shaped, cooked, and served. Patties can be eaten with a knife and a fork in dishes like Salisbury steak, but are typically served in a sort of sandwich called a "burger", or a hamburger if the patty is made from ground beef. Sometimes burgers are breaded.
Available in 190g | 150g