US readers ONLY. Get grass-fed meat sent directly to your home… every month.
You’ve likely heard my story about why I chose to stop being vegan and the role that grass-fed beef (and its powerful micronutrient profile) has played in bringing my body back to health.
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All that said, grass-fed, grass-finished, pasture-raised animal protein is usually much trickier to find. But I think I’ve found a convenient solution beyond going grocery broke, hunting for sales, or frantically looking for a local rancher with the proper certifications and practices.
The folks at ButcherBox recently sent me a box of their Beef & Pork box, and I was really impressed. It was some of the most mouthwatering cuts of meat I’ve ever tasted. And so convenient to have it delivered right to my door.
ButcherBox is an animal protein subscription that delivers 7 to 10 pounds of the tastiest cuts of 100% grass-fed beef, organic/pastured chicken, and heritage breed pork to your front door every month. Always free of antibiotics and hormones!
I reached out to express my thanks for the box and they emailed me back to offer Healthful Pursuit readers a special package. So, I’m thrilled to be passing it on to you today.
Check out the FREE OFFER that ButcherBox has put together for you here.
UPDATE: As a Canadian, I haven’t been able to try ButcherBox until my husband and I visited Sacramento, CA. Here’s a video of me unboxing my very first ButcherBox order:
Subscribe and get…
- A special Healthful Pursuit exclusive offer…
- 7 to 10 pounds of meat delivered to your door, every month (you can cancel at any time)
- Extra items during every shipment, you choose!
Important notes: ButcherBox is only available for shipment within the US.
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