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This Week’s Meat Deals

Grass-Fed Grass-Finished Meat Deals

Nothing excites a Carnivore like grass-fed, grass-finished meat deals.

To get the latest deals emailed to you, be sure to sign up below!

Here’s what we have on the discount menu this week:

Best Deals

Grass Fed Meat

Because I like to support my body with the highest quality nutrition possible and I like to support environmental health, ethical and sustainable farming, and the farmers who make it happen, I’m working with farms across the US for the best weekly meat deals and discounts.

Due to its superior quality, grass-fed and -finished meat tends to be more expensive. But everyone should have the opportunity to get access to the nutrition we are designed to eat.  The farmers know this and want to offer us deals to get this access within our budget. They send these deals to me, and I sending them to you every Saturday morning.

Make sure you are signed up if you don’t want to miss out on the deals.

Kevin

P.S.

I often get “flash” deals and discounts from farmers. I’ll send these deals out (that are often the best, first-come-first-serve deals you can get).

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  1. Thanks for all this incredible information. I am almost 2 weeks carnivore and have never before felt so much freedom from food cravings. Getting used to letting go of counting macros and it is not easy to do. Looking forward to a very looooong experiment and finding my superhuman!

  2. Currently trying intermittent fasting. It’s working pretty well for me but I do love a good experiment when it comes to nutritional options, Going to commit to the 90 day plan, document my progress and report my results.

  3. I had my gallbladder removed last year – can I do the carnivore diet without it?

    1. Yes many people do. The transition period may be a bit longer / tougher. Ox bile and lipase supplements can help while you get adapted to the increase in fat content.

  4. Thanks for sharing your insights and finding meat deals going to try this out. I’ve always preferred meat at breakfast over pancakes 🙂

  5. On Day 7 and I have had the worst headache and dizziness, heading to buy supplements because I feel awful. I’m worried about salt in-take family history of high blood pressure. Don’t want to give up!

    1. Sorry to hear about the early struggle!

      Headaches are common as the body is having a big fluid rebalancing. Electrolytes will likely help.

      I don’t think there is reason for salt concern, but if you are then just don’t overdue it (I think 2g sodium/day is on the low end, but if you’re concerned I also don’t think there is tremendous risk in it being “too low” at 2g either)

  6. Just started the experiment on Aug 12th. Feeling pretty good so far. I’m 5’8″ , soon to be 55 and my starting weight was 266.4 lbs. Not good. Most joints are swollen and painful. As you said, “the norm”. I can’t wait for it all to change. I am totally committed to this. Will post the results at the 30 day point. Thank you for all the great info. It helped solidify my determination.

  7. Didn’t get the filet link to work. Did I wait too long?

  8. I am on day 5, level 1. I use fat coffee with my eggs and bacon – a carry over from my partial keto days. I have had a headache for 2 days, but that’s ok because I use to have migraines. I want so much for this lifestyle of eating to work to get rid of my plethora of autoimmune issues. It has actually been easy for me to just eat meat, which is weird because I love (use to love) sweets and baked goods a lot. I found grass fed and finished meats online at Strauss meats. Trying to get high quality from the market was becoming a crap shoot. This way I know what I am getting. The grain fed beef did not make me feel like I was eating well and next to grass fed has that “funny” taste and smell.

  9. I find the best way to buy grass fed/finished beef is to order whole side or quarter cow direct from a farmer (who will then put you in contact with their butcher to chose types of cuts). I’m fortunate to live in ranch country near Calgary, Alberta Canada so we have numerous options. You can get up to 400lbs for roughly $1600 CDN (this includes all cuts of the cow). Most of them vacuum seal and freeze for easy delivery…just make sure you have plenty of room in your freezer!

  10. Been keto since end Feb and it has been fantastic. I have decided to experiment with carnivore for a few weeks. Interested to see how it goes. I’m curious to hear how other people are doing a couple of months in.

  11. What information do you have about using plants to feed a persons microbiome? Don’t the bacteria use the fiber to keep them healthy?

  12. I’m on day 6 (but who’s counting?) of carnivore and pretty hopeful. I’m LOVING nice fatty ribeye steaks. My experience with grass-fed meat in the past (through both Wellness Meats and Butcher Box) is that their ribeyes were not nearly as fatty and tender as what I can get at Aldi’s. Do you have one of the places you recommend for meat that you KNOW will have really fatty, tender ribeyes? That’s my go-to meat and I just can’t face lean or not tender versions of it. Thanks!

    1. Hi Francie – grass fed meat is going to be leaner. Cattle are fed grains for the exact reason – to fatten the cattle up.
      Now the quality of those fats are a bit different – you’ll get a higher ratio of omega 3’s to 6’s with grass fed, as well as higher concentrations of CLA.

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