Cow’s Heart is marked by its tough consistency and characteristic taste. It is among the cheaper offal portions and has a texture similar to the Liver and Spleen. This portion is rich in important nutrients like Iron and Vitamin A. The richest source of naturally occurring coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) to support heart health, blood pressure and a nutritional powerhouse for mitochondria.
Prior to set it to cooking, it is important to clean the Heart and make sure that it is free of any remnant blood traces as well as membranes. It is also better to remove fat from this portion in order to reduce its toughness. Being a less tender portion, Beef Heart bears good results when it is cooked using the slow-cooking methods like braising and stewing. Some recipes, however, do call for it to be pan-fried after being marinated in sauces or spices.
Nutrient Farm beef is Pasture-raised, 100% grass-fed, grass-finished, antibiotic-free, hormone-free, humanely raised. The cattle spend their lives outdoors grazing the pasture, but always have access to an insulated livestock barn for shelter. Only organic grass seeds are planted in herbicide-free/pesticides-free pastures.
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