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Grass Fed Burger

I LOVE grass fed burgers!  I always have a freezer full of grass fed beef.  Right now I have about 50 pounds of ground beef in my freezer!  50 pounds??  Yes, I buy my grass fed meat from a local farmer and buy it by the quarter side.  There is nothing like it!  I take comfort in knowing that my beef came from 1 healthy grass fed cow, a reputable farmer and butcher and that I am supporting local farmers.  If you haven’t checked out your local farmers for quality grass fed meat you can do so here at The Weston A. Price Foundation.

So with all this meat, you could imagine that I have come up with some pretty great beef recipes.  Well here is one of my families favorites!  Who doesn’t love a juicy grass fed burger dripping in raw cheese??  Yum!  So here is my simple recipe for all of you to enjoy.


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Here is what you will need.  1 1/2 pound of grass fed meat, ALL NATURAL Worcestershire sauce (I specify ALL NATURAL, because it is not made out of high fructose corn syrup and has a good source of ingredients!  Be sure to read the labels of your Worcestershire Sauce to make sure you are getting the ALL NATURAL version), and Redmond Real Seasoning Salt.  That is all you need for these delicious burgers.



Patty out your burgers to desired size.  Liberally add some seasoning salt to both sides of the burger.

Season With Seasoning Salt


Liberally add Worcestershire Sauce to each side of the burger

Add Worcestershire Sauce


Preheat your grill to Medium heat.  Carefully grease your grill grates with some coconut oil.  Place burgers on grill and grill for 5 minutes before flipping.

Place Burgers On Grill


Flip the burgers and cook the other side for 3 minutes (or until almost done).  Remember, do not overcook your burgers.  Grass fed beef is so much better when it isn’t overcooked!  After 3 minutes add your raw cheese of choice and allow to melt for 2 more minutes on the grill.  Remove from grill and serve on a sprouted bun with your favorite toppings.  My favorite burger is with some sautéed onions, raw cheese and some bacon!

Grass Fed Burger


How To Make A Perfect Grass Fed Burger!
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Serves: 6 burgers
  • 1½ pounds grass fed ground beef
  • Worcestershire Sauce to taste
  • Redmonds Seasoning Salt to taste
  • Toppings of choice
  1. See Instructions Above
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Serving size: 1 burger

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16 thoughts on “How To Make A Perfect Grass Fed Burger!”

  1. Rhonda Harader Cain says:

    One of my coworkers said to me, “I can’t believe you eat burgers.” I said, “If is a grass-fed burger, I will definitely eat it!” I had the best grass fed burger in Michigan last summer, “bacon jam” and brie cheese. The bacon jam, I haven’t perfected but close…honey, bacon, and a mustard vinegrette, which I used a whole grain mustard, white vinegar and olive oil. We are having burgers Friday night. : )

  2. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    I NEED that recipe for Bacon Jam Rhonda and I will post it on my site! Sounds delicious!!

  3. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    I NEED that recipe for Bacon Jam Rhonda and I will post it on my site! Sounds delicious!!

  4. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    I NEED that recipe for Bacon Jam Rhonda and I will post it on my site! Sounds delicious!!

  5. Janice Romanski Gardner says:

    I second that – would love the recipe!!

  6. Rhonda Harader Cain says:

    Well….I don’t have an actual recipe. They threw together what I thought it was based on what they told me, which was bacon & a mustard vinegrette. Let me see if I can get something a little more precise. It was to die for!

  7. Rhonda Harader Cain says:

    The above link takes you to the recipe! It doesn’t even have mustard in it! If you ever make it to Charlevoix, have to check it out. The community (and other fans) are trying to get Guy Fieri’s attention for Diners Drive Ins and Dives. : )

  8. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    Is this what you based the recipe on? What did you use to sweeten? Honey?

  9. Rhonda Harader Cain says:

    Yes, I used honey and actual mustard.

  10. Rhonda Harader Cain says:

    When we were there, I asked and when they said a mustard vinegrette, I went for that flavor.

  11. Chris Dillon says:

    Here is my video on how to make spicy bacon jam:

  12. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    Yeah Chris thanks :)

  13. JillKandel says:

    I just got a bunch of grass-fed beef and am excited to make some burgers so I will definitely be trying out this recipe!

  14. mandy says:

    How many calories is this?

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