Dakota Buffalo Company

June 23, 2012 at 9:57 AM | Posted in bison, Food | Leave a comment
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For all you Bison Lovers out there I thought I would pass along some info on the Dakota Buffalo Company. They have a terrific selection of Bison Meat and reasonable shipping. Check out their site I left the link below.


Dakota Buffalo Company

We love the great outdoors and when we aren’t personally packing your shipments or answering your calls and questions about buffalo meat, you’ll find us hiking, biking, running, RVing, golfing, camping, hunting and enjoying the good life. Dakota Buffalo Company, LLC is a family owned and operated business, with each of us devoted to living a healthy lifestyle with a diet that isn’t deprived of red meat.

Dakota Buffalo Company is based in South Dakota with a business office in California. The partners, cousins Gary Colbath and Susan Roll, and Dana Chaiken, are passionate about the taste and health benefits of buffalo meat. Our families love to cook and BBQand found that when we served buffalo meat, our guests couldn’t wait to come back.Dakota Buffalo Company was born from our enthusiasm and passion, and it’s now our mission to conveniently supply high quality buffalo meat at low prices so you can enjoy it too.WHY EAT BUFFALO
Rarely is something that tastes so good actually good for you. Buffalo meat is the perfect way to enjoy all the advantages of beef without the guilty negatives. Buffalo meat is America’s healthy red meat — the one your taste buds can enjoy and allow your brain and body to feel good about it!

Unlike other so-called exotic meats, buffalo does not have that “gamey” taste. Rather, it has a full, rich, juicy flavor that is often characterized as sweet despite its low fat content. Many people characterize the flavor as like the best grass-fed beef they have ever tasted, but appreciate that buffalo meat is a healthier choice.
Buffalo meat is naturally 85-90% lean and is lower in calories, fat and cholesterol than skinless chicken, pork, beef or salmon
Buffalo has only 245 calories and 4.2 grams of fat per 6 oz. serving
Buffalo meat meets the American Heart Association certification requirements. It is also included on most acceptable meat lists for those who have cholesterol challenges (ask your doctor), and is one of the low fat meats recommended by the USDA as part of a balanced and nutritious diet
Buffalo meat is high in protein and iron, low in sodium and cholesterol
Buffalo meat is naturally gluten-free and MSG-free (Whole cut meat only, such as steaks, roasts, ribs and burgers. Processed meats such as jerky, hot dogs, brats, etc. may have trace detectable amounts.)

Buffalo meat is much healthier than beef. It fits right in with a healthy, active lifestyle and because it has less fat than beef, is better at helping you control a healthy weight.

Depending on the cut, buffalo is…
60-80% lower in fat with up to half the calories of beef
Higher in protein, vitamin B and iron, and lower in cholesterol
Sweeter and juicier, with a fresh, non-greasy taste
Much more tender with a deeper red color and less marbling
Faster to cook (due to lower fat), and should be cooked at a lower temperature
More meat per ounce after cooking, as it doesn’t shrink as much as beef does


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