Now Offering Our Distributors Buffalo Steaks. Bison Meat As A Promotional Bonus
These bison/buffalo steaks are available to our distributors as a bonus promotion.The buffalo steaks come in packs of 4 (four) premium buffalo steaks. Tenderloin, Ribeye, New York Strip Loin, Sirloin. Call me when you become a jerky distributor and I will give you all the details for free buffalo steaks. Limited Time Offer. For Jerky Distributors Only.
These buffalo steaks are high in protein, these buffalo steaks are low in fat content compared to other types of meats. ( see chart below ) These buffalo steaks are all natural, these buffalo steaks contain no added growth hormones or antibiotics.
Nutrient Composition per 3 ounce portion of lean cooked meat
Species Fat % Calories Protein % Cholesterol
Bison 2.8 159 35 39
Beef 27.9 192 27 73
Pork 25 198 26 79
Chicken* 162 23 76
USDA Handbook 8-5:8-10:8-13:8-17 *Skinless
Caution must be taken to insure that you DO NOT OVERCOOK BISON. For good steak
cooking, start with a preheated grill or skillet. Apply immediate high heat to the steak to add
flavor and seal in juices. Finish slowly over low heat making sure not to overcook.
Use long handled tongs to turn the steaks---a fork will pierce the meat and allow the flavorful juices to escape. Avoid using salt before cooking as it tends to pull the moisture out of the meat.
The taste is often indistinguishable from beef, although bison tends to have a fuller robust, richer (sweeter) flavor. It is not “gamey” or wild tasting. Bison is low in fat and cholesterol, and is high
in protein, vitamins, and minerals. The lack of fat insures that bison meat will cook faster (1/3 faster than beef).
Fat acts as an insulator - heat must first penetrate this insulation before the cooking process begins. Marbling (fat within the muscle) aids in slowing down the cooking process. Since bison meat lacks marbling, the meat has a tendency to cook more rapidly
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Ah the nights on the grill.
Buffalo Steaks make a great main meat dish, and in my opinion there is no way better to cook them, then on the grill. Bison makes a fantastic dinner for those wishing to still have their red meat, but hold down on the fat. (see chart above)
My personal favorite for breakfast. A good bison ribeye steak and eggs for breakfast is my favorite meal. The buffalo/bison steaks, cook fast and to start my day out with a good bison steak and eggs gets me plenty of protein that I need to get me through the day. Keeps my energy level high, and with that, my mind and body going all day. Protein, the positive energy giver
My personal favorite for dinner. The buffalo/bison New York strip steak for dinner, hits the spot. Full of protein and how I love the flavor of the buffalo New York Strip. Re impacts my body with more good protein. Bison steak, on the grill, range top or broil in the oven. I have even made the buffalo steaks in my New Wave oven. Really keeps the juice of the bison steaks at the maximum level