Ever seen a really old, thin, fleabitten, decrepit looking, neglected cow standing out in some farmer's field out in the country? Organic, free range, grass fed, baby.
However, it's a good point. Apart from the emotion and purported health benefits, would you really expect better tasting meat from a cow raised in a pen, fed an "optimum" diet, quick grown, and slaughtered "young and tender?" Apparently, the "fast food" diet of feed lot cattle improves marbling.
I agree, bison meat is divine, if expensive. Costo used to occasionally have some semi-reasonably priced bison steak, but rarely have it for a good price any more.
Gee, they keep changing names on the native animals. Buffalo are now bison, antelope are now pronghorns.
"Give me a home where the bison roam
and the deer and pronghorn play."
just doesn't sound right.
Don't get me started on possum...
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When the steak packaging said "organic, free range, grass fed" that should have been all of the clues needed that it would taste baaaaaad. Most beef in supermarkets is not that great any more anyway at least in the Western U.S.