Beef heart is lean and contains very little fat. It weighs between three to four pounds and is incredibly nutrient-dense. It's tough and requires a "low and slow" cooking method, but it tastes robust with a pronounced beefy flavor.
Cooking methods can vary for this part of the cow. You can grill it, slice it thinly and bread and fry it, pan sear it, or throw it into a hearty stew. It can even make for a delicious, juicy burger. The flesh of the heart is not fatty, so it can mix with fatty ground beef in hamburgers.
Consuming beef heart has many health benefits. It's rich in folate, iron, zinc, and selenium. It has several B-vitamins, which can protect you against heart disease. Plus, at 6S Family Farm, we guarantee that all our beef is from 100% grass-fed cows . We never add hormones, nitrates, GMOs, or drugs. Overall, our beef heart is an excellent option for people who want to stay heart-healthy.