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Cooking with Wild Cheff Products

Wild Cheff Seasoning of Wild Game or Free Range MeatsWild Cheff Cooking Guidelines for Seasoning Wild Game and Free Range Meats

Our premium wild game spice and sausage blends are formulated specifically by the Wild Cheff. By combining a common sense approach, realistic herbs and natural ingredients that pair well with a multitude of popular cooking styles, Wild Cheff products will help you elevate your wild game and organic cooking to new heights. Discover the diversity of wild game & free range meats and enjoy a memorable culinary experience.

A general rule of thumb is one tablespoon of spice per pound of meat. Some chefs add more spices, others add less, but the best way to determine your perfect amount is to experiment with different amounts.  Wild Cheff products are certain to change your outlook on meal preparation.

All Wild Cheff Spice Blends have the versatility of supporting recipes for both wild game and standard free range meats such as beef, chicken and pork. While wild game and free-range are our primary focus, our seasonings are interchangeable with other meats and vegetables as well.  Wild Cheff Spice Blends are hand-packed to order so as to ensure that every customer receives the freshest herbs available.

A Word About Olive Oils

Oil tastes good, but did you also know that it’s good for you? It’s an amazing source of antioxidants, capable of reducing inflammation and defending cells from disease. Oils contain polyphenols which is a monounsaturated fat that reduces the risk of cancer. It raises HDL (good) cholesterol while lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol while reducing blood pressure. And if you have a nagging headache, don’t reach for an aspirin. Have a salad with extra-virgin olive oil. The oleocanthal found in the golden liquid is a natural ibuprofen which blocks pain-producing and inflammatory substances.

Nutritional Analysis

Preparing a meal begins with a solid foundation. It’s impossible to create a healthy meal by beginning with an unhealthy basis. The chart below is a break down of commonly prepared meats. Not only do the calories vary, but the levels of fat, cholesterol and protein do as well.

All Wild Cheff ingredients are designed to be healthy. Which means that if you’re preparing wild, free-range, or organic meats with our products you’re guaranteed to be on the right track.

Meat Calories Fat (gr) Cholesterol (mg) Protein (gr)
Chicken 239 17.9 83 18.2
Beef 214 9.76 92 31
Pork Shoulder 219 10.64 101 29
Pheasant 151 5.2 49 24.3
Buffalo 180 1.4 40 35.6
Ostrich 106 3.0 36 21.7
Rabbit 143 8.2 57 20.5
Venison 159 3.3 66 25