Plant-based diets are more popular than ever, but if you’ve thought you have to give up beef to follow a plant-based diet, you may be surprised to learn this is not the case! Continuing to include and enjoy a variety of foods in a plant-based diet will ensure you’re getting vital nutrients and sticking with the diet for the longterm.
Grilled Top Round Steak with Plum Ginger Barbecue Sauce
After a soak in a tenderizing marinade of plum sauce, ginger and lemon juice, Top Round Steak is grilled, sliced and served with stir-fried veggies and rice.
Calypso Beef Soup
Travel to the Caribbean with this bold curried soup made with Ground Beef, creamy coconut milk and sweet potatoes.
Cali-Avocado Steak Salad
A simple salad with a lot of flavor. Top Sirloin Steak, orange, avocado and naan bread make this salad a tasty option for lunch or dinner in 30 minutes.
Beef Barley Soup with Spinach
Spinach adds a fresh boost to this beefy soup that's just as classic as it is chock-full of flavor.
Grilled Beef Tri-Tip Salad with Balsamic Dressing
Craving a hearty salad? Beef Tri-Tip Roast is marinated in a tangy balsamic vinaigrette and cooked on the grill. Paired with greens and other colorful vegetables for the perfect plate.
Gazpacho Steak Salad
Add some global flavors to a steak salad. Spicy vegetable juice, tomatoes, and peppers make for the perfect Spanish-style dressing to serve over greens.
Since following a plant-based diet allows the freedom for all types of food groups, it makes it a more realistic and sustainable eating pattern for most. Eating a plant-based diet that includes beef and other animal products allows for flexibility, which can decrease a lot of the stress around eating. Enjoy the health benefits of a balanced plate while continuing to include healthy foods you already know and love.
Aim to make half of your plate fiber-rich, non-starchy vegetables. Try to include two to three different colored vegetables to make a colorful plate that includes a variety of nutrients.
Include whole grains like brown rice, whole-grain bread, oatmeal, couscous, quinoa, or farro.
Focus on including monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fat sources like avocados, olive oil, nuts, and seeds.
Aim for 2 to 3 servings of fruit a day. Beef pairs well with a variety of fruits like apricots, peaches, pineapple, plums and prunes.
All cattle spend a majority of their lives eating grass on pastures. But beef can be finished in a variety of ways, giving you choices when at the meat case in your local grocery store.
Beef grades set the standards for the various quality levels of beef cuts. The grading program uses highly trained specialists and sometimes grading instruments to assist in determining the official grade.
The process of aging beef, whether dry or wet aged, involves storing meat at refrigerated temperatures to enhance the flavor, juiciness and tenderness of the meat.
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