Overcooking is the best mistake when cooking grass-fed beef. So here are 13 cooking tips exceptional chefs have to say for the best out of it.

1. Grass-fed beef is right for rare to medium rare cooking. If you desire your beef to be cooked thoroughly or well done, you should definitely cook it at low temperature with sauce in it to add moisture.


2. Since grass-fed beef is lean and contains less fat in it, it will require 30% less cooking time compared with grain-fed beef.


3. It's always best to bring your beef at room temperature before cooking it. However, if you have a need to thaw it, never use the microwave. Thaw it in the fridge or put your sealed or vacuum package in water and let it stand for about 2-3 hours.


4. Using stove top cooking is best in cooking beef since you will acquire more control over its temperature compared to a grille.


5. To get additional zest or flavor from your beef, coat it with virgin olive oil or any light oil for easy browning. This may also prevent sticking and drying.


6. When tenderizing the meat, coat it using your favorite rub and put it in a zipped bag. You can put bag in your kitchen counter or on any hard surface and using a rolling pin or mallet, pound the meat. Be sure that it is not flattened unless the recipe calls for it.


7. Marinate beef in the fridge and not on the counter. Discard the marinade before cooking the beef as this may harbor bacteria. To be able to use the marinade as a sauce, just be sure you reserve some before adding to raw beef.


8. Never partially cook beef and then put it inside the fridge and later on cook it again because the bacteria in the beef won't be destroyed.


9. Always pre-heat your oven or grill when cooking grass-fed beef.


10. Use tongs when turning a beef. Never use a fork this kind of is likely to make the juices come out of the beef.


11. Investing in a meat thermometer will ensure that you cook your beef just the way you like it. So be sure to apply it to test doneness. Carefully observe your thermometer as grass-fed beef is definitely cooked. You would not want to have it dry and lose all the juices that are in it.


12. When grilling hamburgers, use roasted bell peppers or onions to include low-fat moisture while cooking. This will compensate for the loss fat while grilling. Don't overcook your burgers as it only takes 30% less cooking time to do it.


13. After cooking the beef, allow it to cook for Ten minutes. The beef continue cooking even after it's been removed from heat as the juices will suck into the meat. If you forget to try this, then you'll definitely not receive the nutrition out of it.


After learning these tips, you may want to check for great recipes to your grass-fed beef. Enjoy cooking and eating your delectable beef dish!