Written with the goals of helping small farmers work directly with their customers, and with helping customers stretch their grassfed food dollars as far as possible, Long Way on a Little contains all the latest research about grassfed meat, and details everything you need to know to fully enjoy the lard, the tallow, the steaks and chops, the roasts, the bones, the leftovers… even the ears and the snout.
It is also my first book to accommodate for the many dietary/food related issues confronting so many people today, with carbohydrate counts to assist diabetic families, and supplemental guides for families who must adhere to grain-, legume- and/or dairy-free cooking.
Edited by Southern food guru Damon Lee Fowler, we’ve made sure these recipes are no-fail, easy-to-follow, and that they will taste delicious with readily available local ingredients. We’ve also included, for the first time, color photographs to guide readers through the step-by-step processes necessary for making use of the entire animal – whether it is something as simple as grilling a steak properly, or rendering fats, making soaps or skin salves from the lard or tallow, or putting together a batch of head cheese.
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