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Wapiti Elk Rib Rack | Frenched

Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 18 reviews
$84.99 2.7-3.2 lbs

Regular price $84.99

Elk meat is a one of those rare foods that is very healthy for you and still tastes great! - Elk is naturally low in fat, low in cholesterol and high in protein. Elk is lean, with only 22% of the meat energy derived from fat, as compared with 35% to 47% for lamb and 33% for beef.

Our Elks are raised on open-free range ranches by family-owned farms. They are grass fed, never confined to a feedlot and are all natural. Our Elks are minimally processed and have no artificial ingredients, no added hormones and no antibiotics (ever).

This dish is certainly a stunner, the frenched ribs make for a beautiful presentation.

This is Cervena Elk which means you’re guaranteed some of the most tender, delicious elk you’ve ever tasted. They’re raised naturally on the open farmlands of New Zealand where they roam and graze on some of the purest grass in existence.

Rare or medium rare is recommended. 130 to 145 degrees Fahrenheit. If you overcook it, it will taste gamey. You can slow roast it, grill it or cut it into individual portions and pan-fry it.

 

CHECK OUT HOW CPT RON COOKED IT UP

 

This item MIGHT be delivered frozen.

Elk meat is a one of those rare foods that is very healthy for you and still tastes great! - Elk is naturally low in fat, low in cholesterol and high in protein. Elk is lean, with only 22% of the meat energy derived from fat, as compared with 35% to 47% for lamb and 33% for beef.

Our Elks are raised on open-free range ranches by family-owned farms. They are grass fed, never confined to a feedlot and are all natural. Our Elks are minimally processed and have no artificial ingredients, no added hormones and no antibiotics (ever).

This dish is certainly a stunner, the frenched ribs make for a beautiful presentation.

This is Cervena Elk which means you’re guaranteed some of the most tender, delicious elk you’ve ever tasted. They’re raised naturally on the open farmlands of New Zealand where they roam and graze on some of the purest grass in existence.

Rare or medium rare is recommended. 130 to 145 degrees Fahrenheit. If you overcook it, it will taste gamey. You can slow roast it, grill it or cut it into individual portions and pan-fry it.

 

CHECK OUT HOW CPT RON COOKED IT UP

 

This item MIGHT be delivered frozen.

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Reviewed by John B.
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When Autumn arrives it's time for Game

I come from a family of hunters and as a child often had to eat wild things. Deer, wild turkey...things like that; never Elk though they were trotting around northern Pennsylvania I'm sure. My dad wasn't a very good shot. I was delighted to find Meat and Bone as a purveyor of sustainable game. The elk was possibly the best, most tender meat I'd ever eaten. I cooked it in a Sous Vide bath at 131 for 3 hours and seared it quickly and served it with a marsala/ blueberry mushroom sauce, roasted root vegetables and potatoes.

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Excellent

This was about as good as it gets. Arrived cold, fed 7 with a little left over. Will do it again for sure.

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I guess it's not for me...

It was definitely worth trying but I decided that it's not for me.

Meat was super fresh and well packaged and all, I just didn't like the super rich iron flavor from the true lean red meat.

It was quite similar to beef tenderloin and super tender but the higher iron nutrition flavor profile made it little too much for my taste.

I cooked it medium rare in sous vide and It was not gamey.

I can see people who loves beef tenderloin would enjoy this elk meat😉

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