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Old 09-14-2021, 08:03 PM   #1
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Default Buffalo Ribeyes on the Jumbo Joe!

We have a Buffalo (Bison) ranch close to us that has a small store with all sorts of good stuff. My wife picked up some Buffalo Ribeyes to grill at our new house, we had our new friends over for dinner to celebrate.


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Old 09-14-2021, 08:09 PM   #2
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Would love to try that, Fatty or lean?
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Old 09-14-2021, 08:10 PM   #3
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I love Bison, but haven’t had any in a few years. Yours makes me wanna go find some!
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Oh I could go for that for sure! Love Bison meat!
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Would love to try that, Fatty or lean?
Buffalo is a very healthy meat that is lower in cholesterol and less fat Than beef
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Would love to try that, Fatty or lean?
If they are pastured on grass and fed grass hay the meat is leaner than chicken. Most "farm raised" bison aren't fed their natural diet and will be fatty.
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Buffalo is a very healthy meat that is lower in cholesterol and less fat Than beef
Here are some more Bison Fun Facts

Low-fat. A 3-ounce (100-gram) serving of ribeye bison steak contains only 2.4 grams of fat, whereas the same serving of beef contains 11.4 grams of fat.

Omega 3’s. Bison meat contains high levels of omega 3 fatty acids, the same amount found in salmon.

Lower in calories. A 3-ounce serving of ribeye bison meat has 116 calories, compared to the same serving of beef, with 187 calories.

More protein. A 3-ounce serving of ribeye bison meat has 22 grams of protein, with beef topping out at 19 grams.

Flavor. Although bison meat is low in fat, it certainly does not lack flavor. For those of us who are used to enjoying a juicy red beef steak, the taste of bison will not disappoint.
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Nicely done. Really nice view
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Whew! From the title I was expecting to see ribeyes tossed in hot sauce and served with blue cheese.

This is much better.
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Great looking steak. I frequently stayed close to the Teds Montana Grill in Atlanta and made sure I had a rib eye every trip.

Is Buffalo that much more expensive to raise then cows? With the taste and above other benefits I am surprised it is not more popular.
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Nice cook!

I have not had bison in a while, time to change that!
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Would love to try that, Fatty or lean?
It is lean as others have said and very flavorful! From what I've read it is easy to overcook and it gets tough.
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Old 09-16-2021, 05:21 AM   #15
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Looks great, I love buff , was home alone with a few beers down the hatch when I flipped past QVC, I backed up and ordered a $90 order, fast forward 1 week latter and it arrived. I made rib eyes baked taters ect for supper, wife came in and about 1/2 through the meal I asked how was everything? . great she said and I replied not bad for Buffalo lol , Had a big round steak a customer gave me 1 time that was melt in your mouth, the fat was yellow so I suspect it was finished on corn but that's only a guess
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