Ground Bison


Individual cuts of Bison are identical to beef, except for color. Prior to cooking, Bison is a deeper red. This is due to the fact that Bison does not marble (produce internal streaks of fat) like beef. Marbling slows down the cooking process because the fat acts as an insulator - heat must first penetrate this insulation before the cooking process can begin. Since Bison lacks marbling, the meat has a tendency to cook more rapidly.


Translations: Zemes Bison, グラウンドバイソン, Žemės Bison, الأرض بيسون, Pozemné Bison, Solului Bison, 그라운드는 Bison, Pozemní Bison, Bison ziemi, Зубр землей, Begane Bison, भूमि बाइसन, קומת ביזון, Зубр землею, 地面野牛, Земље Бизон, Приземен Bison



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