Beef brisket is one of the cuts of beef that comes from breast and flank; this is the same cut that also includes the flank steak, skirt steak, hanger steak, and short ribs. Like shoulder or chuck, beef brisket is a fattier cut that is best when slow-cooked.
Grass-fed chuck beef is a great source of protein and healthy fat. When you opt for grass-fed, you’re getting more of the vitamins and minerals you need to function at your best; perhaps most notably, grass-fed beef is high in the B vitamins, including B12. Grass-fed beef fat contains approximately four times the amount of omega-3 fatty acids than grain-fed, so ratio with omega-6 fatty acids is about 1:3.
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