Mississippi Roast

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If you are looking for the perfect dinner to serve to family and friends, this Mississippi roast easy crock pot meal is just the thing. You can serve this fall apart roast beef for Sunday dinner and still have enough leftovers for lunches during the week. This great crockpot recipe is the absolute best slow cooker roast beef that you will ever try. You could choose to use this easy dinner idea for roast beef sandwiches, tacos, and more. The recipe has all the flavor and not a lot of work. It's so easy to make, just prepare it in the morning, and you have the best meal come dinnertime. The roast beef is beyond juicy, and so easy to make. Mississippi Roast was on the New York Times’s Most Popular Recipes of 2016 list. And while you might find loads of recipes for Mississippi roast on the internet, this is one you want to try. For this easy crock pot meal some of the ingredients you will need include a three to four-pound boneless chuck, or bottom round roast, unsalted butter, pepperoncini pepper, mayonnaise, and apple cider vinegar. For the full step by step instructions, you will want to look at the recipe site.

When it comes to making this easy dinner idea, it's always a good idea to get roast beef that comes from happy cows. Free range grass fed beef ensures that meat you are buying was not fed with corn or a soy based diet. Free-range roast beef is beef that has been raised on grass pasture. The cows have a diet that is full of nutrient-rich grasses and pasture forage. This is the diet of choice for cows, and how they are meant to be fed. A diet with corn and soy is not the proper diet for a cow. Hopefully, the cows are given plenty of outdoor time to graze and get some fresh air. When you eat roast beef that comes from happy, well cared for cows, you can feel better about what you eat. Buying grass fed beef or free range beef is just one of the things you can do to feel good about what you are eating.

You might wonder what all the fuss about grass fed beef is, and wonder why more and more people are choosing this type of roast beef. For starters, grass fed beef and free range beef ensures that the animals are cared for in a more humane way. And while that might not ensure that the cows get as much time outdoors as everyone would like, it still ensures that at least some part of their day they are allowed to outside. Grass fed cows are not given antibiotics and drugs.

This Mississippi Roast recipe is just one of the easy dinner ideas you will find on The Cookie Rookie site. On the site, you will also find other easy crock pot meals, along with cookie recipes, main dish ideas, favorite recipes, weekly meal plans and more. **

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