Sweeter and less gamey than beef, with a distinctly honeyed finish, our bone-in Bison short ribs are a great red-meat alternative. Lean and sustainable, they’re not only the delicious choice but also the healthiest for you and the planet! America’s favorite native meat, bison, or buffalo as you may also see it labeled and sold, are broken down in much the same way as beef. Translating to cuts that are virtually identical to the ones you’ll find from cattle, but on a much larger scale! This makes knowing which portions to choose and how to prepare them easy and approachable.
Our 100% grass-fed bison is high in protein and low in fat. Boasting high amounts of healthy fats like omega-3s and CLAs (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) and a laundry list of essential nutrients and vitamins, including iron, zinc, and selenium, bison is a veritable superfood. Known for its ability to boost the immune system and help lower common risks of cancer bison should be enjoyed with relish and abandon!
These premium bison short ribs consist of generous layers of juicy meat and succulent fat situated snuggly around a relatively small bone, usually about two to three inches in size. Full of flavor, this naturally tough cut is rendered succulent and fall-apart tender when slowly braised in a flavorful liquid. Unlike beef, bison has no internal marbling. A lean meat, it can be easily overcooked, be careful to avoid this by keeping a close eye on its internal temperature using a thermometer. Naturally darker in color, bison’s appearance is deceptive and can easily be thoroughly cooked when it still appears quite dark in the center. Armed with these tips and tricks for cooking bison, you’re ready to start cooking this delicious game meat with confidence.