There’s an old saying, “As American as apple pie.” But if we’re being honest, it’s beef that permeates American food culture far more than the delicious dessert. From hamburgers and hot dogs to scrumptious ribeye steaks, Americans have grown accustomed having easy access to the protein-packed red meat.
In America today, beef is being threatened on multiple fronts. This is why a veteran-owned, America First beef company launched this year to offer premium long-term storage beef.
“We saw the writing on the wall — the powers-that-be are coming after beef,” said Jason Nelson, CEO of Whole Cows. “We’ve made it our mission to fight back against those who are trying to make our kids eat bugs or lab-grown fake meat” (plus, The Liberty Daily benefits when you purchase through this link and the links below).
The beef cubes Nelson’s company offers are sous vides, then freeze-dried to give them maximum shelf-life. They are stored in mylar bags with oxygen absorbers, making the packages shelf-stable for at least a decade; some rate freeze-dried beef as remaining fresh for 25-years without refrigeration. Here are seven reasons it behooves Americans to stock up on beef for long-term survival.
The Rise of “Alternatives” to Real Meat
The war against cows has prompted heavy investments and strong backing by some of the most nefarious globalists on the planet. It seems every “billionaire Bond villain” from Bill Gates to George Soros is investing in companies that promote “beef alternatives” like cultivated meats and insects.
But it’s not just the billionaire bad guys behind it all. Governments such as the Biden-Harris regime and non-government organizations like the World Economic Forum have gone to great lengths to not only elevate meat alternatives, but to attack the real meat industry. It’s not enough for them to offer alternatives. They want to be the only available option.
Prices on Steaks Are Skyrocketing
Food prices have been rising significantly over the last couple of years, but meat products have been hit even harder than most others. Beef and chicken have been well-documented with their price increases but pork prices are rising even faster. Oddly, bacon is the only pork product that has not taken a major hit. For beef, the biggest victims are steak-lovers.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), prices for all uncooked beef steaks were up 5.5% year-over-year. This statistic alone is concerning, but when we look at the month-over-month numbers, the trend is even more frightening. Beef steak prices rose 2.7% from April to May alone.
The Quiet Push for mRNA Injections in Cows
If you haven’t heard anything from corporate media about the ongoing push to inject cattle with mRNA vaccines, it’s because they’re trying to keep it quiet. Many government officials at both the state and national level are doing the same. Even many rancher groups are acquiring political capital by endorsing the practice.
But just like the attack on gas stoves, the “debunked” claims about mRNA jabs in cows will soon become fact. It has already happened to pork; since 2018, American pigs have been receiving mRNA injections and nobody has talked about it.
Today, American cattle is free of mRNA injections. But unless a legislative miracle happens, that status will soon change. Thus far every legal avenue to keep cows unjabbed has been thwarted, but we continue to fight the good fight. And as Nelson recently noted, “I’ll shut down the company before we ship a single bag of mRNA-injected meat.”
Climate Change Hysteria Is Being Normalized
There are two types of people who are pushing the concept of cows somehow harming the environment. The “true believers” are fighting to eliminate cows because they’ve been made to believe they contribute to climate change. On the other end of the spectrum, there are the powers-that-be who use the specter of climate change to eliminate cows for their own insidious purposes.
Climate change is the fastest path to The Great Reset and forcing people to consume their lab-grown meat is a major tool they’ll use to control the masses.
The biggest problem we’re facing is that millions of Americans are buying into their claims. One does not need to be a “climate skeptic” in order to question how cattle are somehow now harmful to the environment. Unfortunately, critical thinking is not being applied by most, so the notion that beef is Greta Thunberg’s mortal enemy isn’t being questioned by nearly enough people.
Food Supply Chain Is Being Threatened
Henry Kissinger once said, “Who controls the food supply controls the people.”
In 2021, bird flu went from rare and predictable to ubiquitous and enigmatic. Entire herds of thousands of cattle are mysteriously dying from no known cause. Food processing plants have suffered more “accidents” in the past year than they’d experienced in the previous decade.
Our food supply chain is under attack.
Most “Prepper” Beef Is the Lowest Quality Possible
Many of us who have been engaged in preparedness for a long time likely have some form of freeze-dried beef in our supplies. A lot of times these “prepper buckets” are simply stored away in a closet, never to be touched unless disaster strikes.
Most prepper food companies know this. They’re banking on it. They hope their customers don’t actually try the food because then they’ll realize how awful it really is. That’s not universal; there are a handful of companies out there offering survival food that’s actually really good. When it comes to beef, there’s really only one.
Whole Cows doesn’t sell “beef crumbles” or scraps. They use premium cuts like Ribeye, NY Strip, and Tenderloin to produce their sous vides beef cubes. Whether someone is eating their beef because of the apocalypse or just adding it to their quick chili recipe, they will enjoy the quality. That’s why their tagline is “Eat Well During the Apocalypse.”
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Today, beef is still relatively easy to acquire. Despite rising prices, it’s still fairly inexpensive. The hard part is making it storable for the long-term. Even beef in a deep freezer is only recommended for 12-18 months.
Whole Cows takes beef that has been cut into cubes directly from the slaughterhouse. They cook the beef sous vide, then freeze it immediately to preserve freshness. From there the beef is freeze dried, then packaged in mylar bags with oxygen absorbers. The process takes over 30 hours for each bag, but that’s what it takes to make the beef retain its taste and nutritional value for years, even decades.