Introducing TX Bar Organics Grass Fed Beef and a Giveaway!!

I happen to receive about 10 million emails a day and I really do try to get through all of them but honestly it would be impossible for me to reply personally to each one, otherwise emailing people would be all that I do.  However, from time to time, people are persistent or the timing is right and I read an email that grabs me, yanks me in, and doesn’t let me go.  That was the case with a recent email sent to me by Travis Martinez, owner of TX Bar Organics.

When I first saw the email from Travis with the subject line, “TX Bar Organics,” I thought it was someone trying to sell me a protein bar, so that first email went ignored, but something about the second email made me open it.  I was so wrong with my first impression; this was not a protein bar salesperson but a local gentleman who raises 100% grass fed beef and not only that, but he is giving back to our local families in need.

Travis also runs a program called, “Food for a Cause.”

With Food for a Cause, for every 20 lbs of product sold, TX Bar Organics will give one pound of ground beef to a needy family that has recently lost their jobs due to hardships in our economy. Through this cause TX Bar Organics hopes to feed families starting in the local surrounding areas and at some point, and with your support, they are hoping to go nationwide and even hope to help feed starving families around the world.

So, let’s get this thing started!  Place an order today with TX Bar Organics and use the promo code “everydaypaleo” to receive a 15% discount on your first order!! Spread the word, and trust me, you will love the quality and taste of the meat from TX Bar Organics.  Also, one lucky winner will receive a sampler package of grass fed beef!  To enter to win, please send an email to contests@everydaypaleo.com with your order number or proof of purchase for pre-ordering Paleo Pals: Jimmy and the Carrot Rocket Ship from either Amazon or Barnes & Noble.  You can also enter to win by emailing me a link to where you have tweeted, Facebooked, or blogged about Paleo Pals.  Thank you so much for your support!  Winners will be picked by random drawing and announced on my Facebook page and on the blog, so hurry and enter for your chance to win! Winner to be announced on Wednesday, February 1st!

Now for a teaser! Here is one thing that I made with the meat that I have tried from TX Bar Organics, a simple top sirloin steak on top of grilled veggies – easy and delicious.  This meat is so good that not a lot needs to be done to make the flavors come through.  Another recipe I made with the beef kabob meat actually made it into my next cookbook, so you’ll have to wait anxiously for that one…  In the meantime, enjoy!

Grilled Top Sirloin

Season both sides of your steak with a little salt and pepper.  Grill the steak on a lightly  oiled hot grill for 4-5 minutes on each side.  Let the steak rest at least 5 minutes before you slice it!  Serve on grilled veggies.  No need for ANYTHING else!!

Comments

  1. says

    What an inspiring business! Not only is the product great but the company gives back. Thumbs up.

    Now, if only they could ship to me way over in the Isle of Man…

  2. Ryan says

    Your blog mentions that TX Bar is 100% grass fed, but their web page did not state this (unless I missed it). In my opinion, 100% grass fed beef is healthier than Organic, but as members of my family raise grass fed beef, I may be biased (www.baldhillfarm.com). The fact that this company is helping feed local families in need is awesome!!

    • says

      Hi Ryan,

      Yes our beef is 100% grass fed and 100% grass finished. Certified organic just means that the cattle are not given any antibiotics or growth hormones. Cattle can be 100% grass fed, but still be injected with antibiotics and growth hormones. So you get the best of both worlds with our product being 100% grass fed and that our beef is certified organic by the USDA.

  3. fuzzy says

    Go look up some of Salatin’s rhetoric for selling pastured poultry, beef, and pork. The meat isn’t usually 100% grass fed, and TBH, having raised broiler chicks, they’re too stupid to forage if the bugs were walking around in front of them.
    Pastured pork is fed grains just like the store bought stuff, the pigs just live in a small field instead of a concrete pen. Chickens too……

    • says

      Our Beef Is 100% Grass Fed and Grass finished. Also our beef is never cooped up in a pen or a corral. All of or cattle live in a stress free environment and eat all natural pasture grasses all the time. Thanks for your insight and your support

      • fuzzy says

        Yours may well be as you say, but I lived in the area with Joel Salatin and went to his farm, also attended his seminars. If people are raising, for example, pastured chicken, they start by putting some 50 chicks at a week or so old into a 4×8 open bottomed pen. This pen has a grain feeder and a waterer, and is half roofed and half screened. The grain feeder is always full.

  4. Brein says

    Wow! Not only am I impressed with this company’s cause but the product is amazingly delicious! I made hamburgers for my family one night and my 4 yr old exclaimed they were “the best burgers ever!” Tne next night I prepared ribeyes and my 10 yr old LOVED them! I concur! This is some of three best meat I’ve tasted!

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