where do you buy beef suet

100% Grass-Fed (No Grain)

At Seven Sons, we offer 100% grass-fed and grass-finished cattle, bison, and lamb. Our animals are raised on regenerative pastures, where they are free to graze on a natural diet of grass and forage.

We never supplement our ruminant animals diets with grain of any kind. As a result, our meat is more nutritious, richer in flavor, and higher in beneficial omega-3 fatty acids.

Our commitment to sustainable farming practices means that our animals are raised in a way that supports the natural ecosystem and promotes their well-being.

No Hormones or Steroids

At Seven Sons, we’re committed to providing our customers with the highest quality meat that is both ethically raised and free from harmful additives. Thats why we never administer hormones or steroids to our animals.

Furthermore, while the FDA doesn’t allow the use of hormones or antibiotics in the production of pork or poultry, we take the extra step of ensuring all of our animals are raised without the use of synthetic growth promotants of any kind.

At Seven Sons, we understand that consumers today are more concerned than ever about the use of antibiotics, harmful additives, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food production.

Thats why we only produce meat that is 100% Free of antibiotics and GMO-grains.

We believe that the responsible use of antibiotics is important for both animal welfare and public health. We prioritize raising our animals in a stress-free environment, using animal husbandry practices that promote health and hardiness.

We take pride in offering high-quality, ethically-raised meat that is not only delicious and nutritious but also environmentally sustainable.

At Seven Sons, we believe in ensuring our customers get only the best quality products for their health.

That’s why we don’t use any animal by-products in our non-ruminant animal feed for our pasture-raised pigs and ethically-produced chickens.

Additionally, our ruminant animals do not receive animal by-products as they get all the nutrition they need from grazing and foraging on regenerative pastures.

Our commitment to providing meat that is both healthy and ethically raised ensures that our customers can enjoy high-quality meat while also supporting the environment and animal welfare.

When you choose Seven Sons, you can be confident that you’re making a positive impact on the world through your food choices.

At Seven Sons, we are committed to integrating regenerative agriculture practices that not only produce high-quality products but also improve the health of our soil, animals, and the environment.

Our regeneratively raised ruminant animals are strategically moved across open pastures, where they graze on nutrient-rich grasses. This grazing process helps to build the animals health and resilience while enhancing the carbon sequestering of the soil – helping to combat environmental degradation. As the weather and seasons allow our chickens and pigs rotate across the same pastures as our cattle and sheep for additional diversity and regenerative impact. By using regenerative agriculture techniques, we can prevent the need for synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides on our pastures, which can be harmful to the environment. Instead, we can rely on natural systems to support the health of our animals and the land they graze on. Choosing regeneratively raised meat from Seven Sons means youre also supporting sustainable farming practices prioritizing the health of our animals and the planet.

At Seven Sons, we treat animals with respect and care. Thats why all of our animals are humanely raised in a low-stress environment, with plenty of extra room to move and express their natural instincts.

We take pride in the fact that our animals are treated with the utmost care and attention. From open pastures to low-stress handling and humane harvesting, we’re committed to ethical farming practices. We only partner with family-owned abattoirs with humane, transparent operations. Delivery

Free delivery for all orders over $159! Plus, get your order in as little as two days with our weekly deliveries. We deliver everywhere within the continental US.

Before confirming your purchase, youll receive an estimated delivery date so you can plan accordingly.

  • Items are vacuumed sealed in BPA-free packaging for safe transit.
  • Extra insulated boxes are designed to withstand hot temperatures.
  • Vapor liners are used to reduce airflow & keep your food cold.
  • Extra dry ice to keep food safe for at least an extra 24 hours.
  • SMS notifications to update you about the status of your order.

To learn more about our home delivery service, please visit our delivery FAQ page. Reviews

Our 100% Grass-Fed Grass-Finished Beef Suet is versatile for cooking—ideal for sautéing, roasting, frying or making homemade hot dogs. Derived from fat deposits of our grass-fed, grass-finished angus beef, its pure and free from additives. Beyond the kitchen, use it for bird feeding, soap and candle making, outdoor applications, and traditional medicine practices.

$8.98 In stockBeef suet is a tasty, traditional ingredient, perfect for making pastry and deep-frying. Far superior to supermarket versions, buy yours at SevenSons today.

FAQ

Can you buy suet from the butcher?

You can buy fresh suet from a butcher, but these days the suet ‘knobs’ are usually removed from a carcass after slaughter, so no longer arrive at the butcher attached to the kidneys, so you’ll need to order ahead.

Do supermarkets sell suet?

Tesco Beef Suet 200G – Tesco Groceries.

Can you buy beef suet in the US?

Beef Suet is now available in a 5 pound bag of coarse ground suet. Beef Suet is primed for your favorite wild game or pork recipe. It is popular among wild game enthusiasts for homemade sausage. Bird lovers also love Beef Suet for homemade suet cakes.

What is a substitute for beef suet?

There are several substitutes for suet, which is the hard fat found around the kidneys and loins in beef and mutton. Some common substitutes include vegetable shortening, lard, butter, or coconut oil.

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