Bison medallion (150g)


Weight : 150g

Thawing time: 35 minutes

Internal cooking temperature:

60°C (140°F) - rare

63°C (145°F) - rosé

70°C (160°F) - medium

Optimal cooking method: In the pan, in the oven or on the barbecue.

Farm : Northfork

Natural pasture breeding

The bison are raised on pasture, which allows the animal to graze on the grass (without pesticides) of the fields and consequently, conserve the biodiversity of the soil and the surrounding nature. In other words, this type of breeding could not be more natural and more respectful of the environment, since we truly offer a wild life to the bison.

Nutritious portrait: healthy meat

Moreover, the nutritional profile of bison meat is well recognized: it is one of the highest in protein, but also one of the lowest in calories. It is also known for its very high iron levels.

Learn more in this blog post

How to prepare it?

Swap out your beef medallions for bison medallions. Its very tender flesh makes it a very popular meat. Marinate the medallions or serve them with a sauce.