Benefits of grass-reared Aberdeen Angus beef
This is why Hardiesmill Beef is producing free-range, grass-reared pedigree Aberdeen Angus Beef.
- The lean of naturally reared Aberdeen Angus beef has a subtler taste to hard fed Angus and a texture that is somehow firm but tender.
Likewise the fat takes on an appealing texture (not soft and squidgy nor tough as old boots) which has a distinctive, yet beautifully matched taste.
- This significantly increases the number of cuts that you should be able to enjoy, as a rump (frying) steak of this type of beast should gamey”.
- Tastes every bit as good as a sirloin off a lesser carcass, and won’t leave you with jaw-ache as you approach the end.
- You should also notice less shrinkage when you’re cooking it (more muscle, less water), particularly with the mince.