We eat a lot of grass fed ground beef around here. Mostly, because its affordable ($5/lb from our local farmer’s market) and also because its versatile. In this post I shared where we buy our groceries. I’ll have to update it every few months as I find new farmer’s and vendors I love.
Keeping it interesting often has to do with switching up the spice combos!
We try to make big batches of food when we can so we limit the clean-up process during the day. It saves us time and energy. Why do it 3 times when you can do it once? Note this paleo recipe is for 25 breakfast sausages! Perfect to freeze for the rest of the week. For more batch cooking ideas check out this post.
- 3 pounds of grass fed ground beef (where to buy grass fed ground beef)
- 1/4 cup dried sage (where to buy dried sage)
- 1 Tbs sea salt (where to buy sea salt)
- 1 Tbs onion powder (where to buy onion powder)
- 1/8 cup bacon fat or coconut oil (where to buy coconut oil)
- In a large bowl mix your beef, sage, salt and onion powder until everything is combined evenly.
- Form smallish hamburger patties with your hands. They are saltier than a hamburger would be so you don’t want to make them too big.
- With your stove on med/high, melt your fat of choice (we love bacon fat for the added flavor).
- Fry the sausages for about 5 min on each side.
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What is your favorite thing to make with ground beef?
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