Grass-fed meat will be more tender and the nutrition will be more available to your body.
If you have difficulty finding loose green tea, you can try an organic food store or search the Internet. The phytonutrients, all of the great antioxidants in tea, will seep into the meat and tenderize it nicely.
My family loves to have all of our roasts covered with a thick coating of green tea. They love how tender the meat is and how great it tastes. I love that they are getting another great source of antioxidants, too.
Green Tea Pot Roast
- 2 to 3 tablespoons loose green tea or 3 to 4 bags of green tea
- 2 pounds of pork, beef, or bison roast
- Use leaf green tea to coat your roast.
- Roast the meat slowly, preferably at 180 to 225 degrees.
- Keep the meat medium rare.