I've Been Buffaloed!
Sep. 6, 2013 7:59 pm
Updated: Sep. 8, 2013 7:08 pm
Or Bisoned for that matter. Rember Buffalo nickels? Bison
or Buffalo it's still the same. I could go on and on about why American Bison are called American Buffalo's but I won't because you can find everything you ever wanted to know about North America's most iconic animal right here at The
I can honestly say that I don't ever recall eating Bison and believe me I have eaten some pretty
exotic meats in my time. When Allrecipes gave me the opportunity to have a chance at trying some Bison I jumped on it.
What better way to sample some Bison than being able to cook it up myself using a recipe from the
Bison Council collection here on Allrecipes. First I did a little research and found out that Bison takes 1/3 less time to cook and 1/3 less heat. Good thing I found that out. I could have ruined a perfectly good cut of Bison.
Click here to see how the Bison Council
shows comparisons and how well Bison stacks up against beef, pork, chicken and turkey. If you are looking for a healthy diet these numbers are pretty impressive.
My choice of the Bison Council recipes was to make Bison Fajitas With Guacamole Salad.
Fajitas With Guacamole Salad
I'm impressed with the quality and flavor of Bison and you can read my review on the recipe. I really thought Bison would
be gamy but I was wrong. In my opinion it tastes more like beef and it's way healthier. For those of you that want to steer clear of red-meat you might want to check out the nutritional values and reconsider.
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