This post serves as a correction to my blog Grassfed Goes Gourmet from yesterday. In that post, I mentioned that Emeril Lagasse’s new line of steaks were grassfed.
As it turns out, Emeril’s steaks are not grassfed at all.
This grassfed steak saga all started a few months ago when my husband mentioned that the article he was reading over breakfast was about Emeril’s new line of grassfed steaks.
I saved the article (from FastCompany, December 2010) on my stack of things to write about until last week when I wrote the post Grassfed Goes Gourmet.
Shortly after I published the post, my friend Stanley who writes the blog Tender Grassfed Meat, emailed inquiring why I said Emeril’s steaks were grassfed when they were, in fact, grain fed.
Confused, I searched the FastCompany website for the online version of the print article I had originally used for the story. Unfortunately, I had already recycled the print magazine.
Well, lo and behold, the online story clearly states that Emeril’s steaks are grain fed!
Both my husband and I read the print version of that article and it definitely said the steaks were grassfed!
I have no idea why the print story and the online story are different. Did I get scammed or was it an honest editing mistake that was missed before the magazine went to print? Whatever the reason, I wanted to come clean about this as I definitely don’t want to be promoting grain fed steaks!
The basic premise of the Grassfed Goes Gourmet post thankfully does not change .. buy from a local farm, save big bucks doing so, and get yourself grassfed steaks that are far superior nutritionally than the $30/lb steaks that Emeril is selling!
Sarah Pope has been a Health and Nutrition Educator since 2002. Her work is dedicated to helping families effectively incorporate the principles of ancestral diets within the modern household. She is a sought after lecturer around the world for conferences, summits, and podcasts.
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