How To Make Carnivore Diet Beef Arm Roast | Slow Cooker Style

How To Make Carnivore Diet Beef Arm Roast | Slow Cooker Style

I show you how to use your slow cooker to whip up a “Beef Arm Roast” the quick and easy way. This recipe is perfect for carnivore dieters and requires minimal ingredients. The finished product is tasty, tender, and easy to eat!

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4-6 pounds of Beef Arm Roast
10-12 Cups of Bone Broth
1-2 (salt to taste) Tablespoons of Sea Salt (Redmond is the best)
Beef Tallow, Duck Fat or Pork Fat

Optional flavorings, non-carnivore diet option
Chopped Onion
Rosemary Sprigs
Onion or Garlic Powder

Frying Pan
Large Slow Cooker

1. Coat Beef Arm Roast with Redmond Sea Salt
2. Let sit at room temperature for 30 minutes
3. Sear each side for 1-2 minutes, use tallow or fat in pan
4. Place short ribs in slow cooker
5. Add 10-12 cups of bone broth until just above meat
6. Add non-carnivore diet flavorings (if desired)
7. Cook for 10 hours on low

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