grassfed

grass·fed

or grass-fed  (grăs′fĕd′)
adj.
1. Having been fed since weaning primarily on grasses and other forage plants rather than on grains. Used of domestic ruminant animals such as cattle or sheep.
2. Relating to or derived from such an animal or animals: grassfed steak.
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A family in the Midwest might cook up grilled grassfed beef burgers and thick-cut steak fries, while a plate of fried chicken and okra is more common in the South.