IFyou dont live near me maybe you could offer advice as how to find a butcher that knows more than just how to cut the meat but ways to use it to its fullest. thx
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on January 29, 2012
at 04:10 AM
There is a grass fed beef supplier at the Riverside Arts market, he comes down from the farm in GA with a giant freezer. Its good stuff and if you buy I think its 20lbs of ground beef its priced less than half of WF.
on October 08, 2012
at 01:50 PM
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on May 21, 2012
at 04:07 AM
I order pork and some beef, too from PasturePrimeWagyu.com, they ship but they also have farm pickup-- they're approximately 100 miles from Jax (yes, I know, not super close) but the quality is AHmazing.
on April 22, 2012
at 09:57 PM
Check out black hog farms, I was there today for tour de farm and they have beef, pork, duck, chicken and eggs and even deliver. Their animals are all pastured and they are really passionate about what they do. I found their prices to be much more reasonable than whole foods and a little bit less than Native Sun (my fav Jax grocery store).
on February 12, 2012
at 05:52 PM
Instead of the butcher I'd ask the farmer. He or she may have some insight on how to get the most use from a carcass. I live at the beach and find the folks from Cognito Farm, who come to our farmer's market once a month, very approachable for questions.
Having said that, you should pick up the cookbook, Nourishing Traditions. You may learn everything you want just from that.