Elk Stew Meat

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Elk Stew Meat - 1 lb. Pack

Our farm-raised Elk Stew Meat is pre-cut into 1” cubes, offering convenience and quality for creating delicious stews. Ideal for slow-cooking methods like the Crock-Pot or slow cooker, this stew meat adds an earthy flavor to your favorite recipes and ensures tender, flavorful results.


  • Cut of Meat: Pre-cut into 1” cubes, Elk Stew Meat is convenient and ready to use for hearty stews.
  • Cooking Method: Perfect for slow-cooking in the Crock-Pot or slow cooker, allowing flavors to meld and meat to become tender.
  • Flavor Profile: Adds an earthy flavor to stews, enhancing the overall richness and depth of the dish.
  • Quality Assurance: Farm-raised elk ensures high quality and ethical sourcing practices.

Serving Suggestions

  • Classic Elk Stew: Serve Elk Stew Meat with potatoes, carrots, and celery for a hearty and comforting meal.

  • Stew Variations: Experiment with different spices and herbs to create unique flavor profiles in your stews.

  • Side Dishes: Serve over mashed potatoes or with crusty bread to soak up the flavorful broth.


Farm-raised Elk Stew Meat offers a convenient and flavorful option for creating hearty stews at home. Whether cooked in a slow cooker or on the stovetop, Elk Stew Meat enhances dishes with its earthy flavor and tender texture. Enjoy the wholesome goodness of Elk Stew Meat in your favorite stew recipes, providing a satisfying and nutritious meal for family and friends

1 lb. Packs.

Ships Frozen.

About Our Elk:


What are the health benefits of elk?
  1. Lean Protein: Elk meat is a great source of lean protein, which is essential for muscle building, repair, and overall body function.
  2. Low Fat Content: Elk meat generally has lower fat content compared to beef, particularly saturated fat. This makes it a healthier choice for individuals looking to manage their fat intake.
  3. Rich in Nutrients: Elk meat is rich in essential nutrients such as iron, zinc, phosphorus, and vitamin B12. These nutrients play crucial roles in maintaining various bodily functions.
  4. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Elk, like other game meats, can contain higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids compared to conventional meats. Omega-3s are beneficial for heart health and have anti-inflammatory properties.
How do I cook elk?

For steaks, cooking your elk to an internal temperature of 120-125 degrees with a resting time of 5 minutes will ensure a juicy, tender medium-rare. Just don't overcook it, or you'll have f*cked it up!

What does elk taste like?

Picture the rich, savory notes of grass-fed beef, and then add a subtle earthiness to the mix—that's elk. To get the true experience, you need to try it!

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