BEEF SHIN

BEEF SHIN

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A fantastic cut for braising and long, slow cooking, Beef Shin offers deep flavours and rich melting qualities as the beef breaks down and tenderises in the pot. Sourced exclusively from grass fed herds of heritage breed beef, this cut reflects the quality of our pedigree beef and makes for hearty and wholesome dishes all year round.

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