Filet Mignon

No antibiotics or hormones • Chemical-free pasture • Humane • Sustainable family farm

Filet Mignon

Size: Two, 1" Thick Steaks (Approximately 1-1.25lbs)

Price: $45.49

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Direct from our sustainable farm to your table – 100% chemical-free, grass-fed Beef.

Few things in this world surpass the exquisite flavor of a juicy steak. Unless it's a juicy steak that also happens to be chemical-free, healthier for you, and raised using sustainable farming methods. Try our Filet Mignon Steak for your next steak dinner.

About Filet Mignon

The most tender (and therefore prized) cut of steak, the Filet Mignon (also known as Tenderloin) has a buttery texture and compact shape.

Cooking With Filet Mignon

Because this cut has no surrounding fat, its often wrapped in bacon before cooking to keep it from drying out. This also adds flavor to the otherwise mild-tasting meat. Whatever your cooking method, be sure it's high, dry heat – and never beyond medium-rare. Some popular options include:

Broiling
Grilling
Pan Frying

100% chemical free

Truly sustainable farming

Heritage breed perfect for raising on pasture

Our cattle are raised without antibiotics, steroids, or hormones. They are pastured in fields with no herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers. It's the organic, healthy way to farm.

We use sustainable farming methods (including pasture rotation, no chemicals, pure well water, etc.) – this means happier cows, a healthier environment, and better meat.

Black Diamond Ranch raises Red Devon cattle, a slow-maturing heritage breed that is perfectly suited for grass-fed beef. These characteristics help us produce the highest quality grass fed beef possible.

Health benifits of sustainably-grown grass-fed beef

Researchers have found several important advantages of grass fed beef (compared to feed-lot beef sold at grocery stores):

Lower in fat.
2-4x more Omega-3's.
Significantly more of fatty acid CLA (conjugated linoleic acid)
4x the Vitamin E
No pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, or steroids.

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