A satisfying and healing winter meal: wild elk stew with bone broth
Bone Broth Benefits: Bone broth is rich in minerals that support the immune system and contains healing compounds such as collagen, glutamine, glycine, and proline. The collagen in bone broth heals the intestinal lining and reduces intestinal inflammation which can help improve your well-being and overall appearance. Here’s a great way to incorporate bone broth into one of my favorite foods!
Wild elk stew
3/4 lb ground wild elk
5 oz. Bacon Grazing
1 pound. Organic broccoli
I Organic Shallot
1 piece of 3 ″ organic ginger
4 organic habanero peppers (be careful. Remove seeds and wash hands after dicing)
Organic Cayenne Pepper
Himalayan pink salt
1.5 Containers Full of Pacific Organic Turkey Bone Broth
6 tablespoons grass-fed butter
1/2 pound organic blue kale
2 organic sweet potatoes
3 organic beets
2 tablespoons organic coconut milk
Half a can of organic pumpkin
1 organic sweet Italian sausage
1 organic spicy chicken sausage
Brown the meat in the butter and bacon. Thinly dice the vegetables and sauté them aside in a separate skillet. When ‘al dente’ add to the meat and combine the bone broth. Bring to a boil and then turn down to the lowest heat and simmer for 30 minutes.
Let cool and enjoy!
Some of the many benefits of eating game animals:
1. Wild game is leaner than free-range meats.
This is because wild animals walk, run and roam all day. One misconception about “organic” meat is that we assume that animals are free to roam. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
2. No antibiotics or other pharmaceuticals to worry about.
3. Without hormones
We all know the detrimental effects of hormone-laden meats, especially for young children. However, they are still commonly used in conventional meat and dairy industries. For hormone-free insurance, opt for wild game, hormone-free grass-fed meats, and organic, grass-raised dairy.
Elk meat benefits:
Elk meat is one of those rare foods that is very healthy for you and still tastes great!
– Moose is naturally low in fat, low in cholesterol and high in protein.
-The elk is a dense meat, dark red in color. It is very tender and does not need to be marinated.
-The flavor of elk is similar to that of meat. Elk has a little more flavor, just enough to know you’re eating something special. With moose, especially farm-raised moose, you never have to worry about the meat tasting “juicy.”
– Elk meat can be substituted for beef in most recipes with some changes. Since elk is so low in fat, it is important to remember not to overcook. The moose will cook faster, and if overcooked, it will dry out and become hard.
Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy it!