CLA in Grassfed Oven Roast Beef Recipes KO's Cancer, Cholesterol
For the pleasure of your palate: oven roast beef recipes.
In 1988 a researcher at the University of Wisconsin made a highly significant discovery. He was studying rats at the time. Along came a happy surprise. He found a natural substance that conquers cancer! It’s called CLA (conjugated linoelic acid) and it’s found in food.
Not all food, of course. CLA is found most abundantly in grassfed meat and grassfed dairy products. That means red meat from beef and lamb plus milk products from grassfed dairy cows. The grassfed oven roast beef recipes here are examples.
Well, interest in CLA grew. A flurry of research now reveals that CLA--even in minute quantities--
Remember, it’s the grassfed meat or milk that carries the CLA. If your roast beef is from a grassfed steer or cow, it can have a powerful effect on your health. Conventional storebought beef does not have the same CLA quality as grassfed beef. Search this site for more CLA info.
Oven Roast Beef Recipe with Orange-Ginger
2 ½ or 3 pound beef roast (may be chuck, rump or other beef roast)
Trim fat from roast. Pour oil into Dutch oven. Brown roast in Dutch oven on all sides in the oil or melted butter. Add all other ingredients. Bring to boil and then reduce heat. Cover and simmer until tender, about 1 ½ or 2 hours. Keep heat below boiling. Remove meat and vegetables from pan and make your favorite gravy in the same Dutch oven.
Oven Roast Beef Recipe with Oven Browned Potatoes
This is an energy-saving recipe and one of my favorites. Why not cook the spuds at the same time as the roast? You don’t have to heat both the oven and cook on top of the stove at the same time. This is an oven roast beef recipe that can serve up to a dozen hungry people.
4-6 pound grassfed beef roast
Place beef roast into large Dutch oven with the fat side up. Insert meat thermometer into thick part of roast. Roast at 325° to 140° F for rare, 160° F for medium and 170° F for well done.
Place potatoes in oven on rack about 45 minutes before meat is done. When meat and potatoes are done, remove from oven and serve.
Our family loves to cut the potatoes into 2 even halves and scoop out the potato from the skins. Then we put a big dab of butter into the hollowed out skin, and Yummeeeee, it sure is good. We call them "Buttermelters."