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Why bison instead of other protein? Bison aren’t fed hormones or antibiotics; they’re free-range animals that eat grass, grain, or hay. The end result is leaner meat that tastes like beef.
“People think bison is going to taste gamy, and it’s not at all,” says Rich Rosendale, celebrity chef and star of Recipe Rehab and the culinary documentary The Contender. “I’ve switched bison in for beef in my recipes, and nobody noticed. However, bison will be noticeably dry if you cook it past medium. It doesn’t have the same marbling content as beef.” Try Rosendale’s mini burrito recipe for a new take on this high-quality protein source.
Lean Gains: Ground bison has fewer calories, less fat and cholesterol, and more protein than ground beef.