Here are some quick tips for when you are cooking your Butler Grass Fed beef.

Thawing: The best way to thaw your BGF beef is in the refrigerator. Before you begin cooking, make sure to bring your beef to room temperature.

30% Rule: Grass fed beef usually requires 30% less cooking time, so use a good cooking thermometer and check it regularly.

Do Not Overcook: To keep the nutritional benefits of BGF beef, rare to medium rare cooking is best. If you prefer your beef well done, make sure to cook using low temperatures and use a sauce to add moisture. BGF beef continues to cook after it has been removed from the heat source, so make sure to stop cooking your BGF beef just before it has reached your desired doneness.

Grilling: Always preheat the grill before cooking your BGF beef. When grilling, sear the meat quickly over a high heat on each side to seal in its natural juices and then reduce the heat to a medium or low to finish the cooking process.