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  • on January 18, 2014

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    Kelsey, Bison and Buffalo are not "interchangeable", they are the same animal. Here is a quote from Northfork Bison Ranch. "The difference between bison and buffalo is nothing or a whole lot depending on what you mean. Let us explain: The animal that we've come to know and love in this country as the buffalo is the same as the bison. People refer to them as both names. And that's OK. There are 2 subspecies of bison in North America: the Plains Bison (mainly in the U.S. and Canada) and the Wood Bison (mainly in Canada.) There is also a European Bison called the Wisent... The scientific name of the bison is "Bison bison" (Genus species). However, the bison is not a "true" buffalo scientifically speaking. There are at least 2 true buffalo which include the African Cape Buffalo and the Asian Water Buffalo.

    Many people in the bison industry package the meat they sell as "bison" so customers know for sure they are getting bison and not water buffalo." Love your show!

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  • on August 27, 2013

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    This is an awesome chili!! The first time I made it, I made it "as is" and my family really liked it, but I felt like something was missing. So I made it again yesterday and now it's amazing! I used a can of pinto and a can of garbanzo beans and also used grass fed beef instead of bison. Used veggie broth instead of water, used only 1 poblano (but it was a rather large, omitted the cayenne and coriander, used 6 large cloves of garlic instead of just 3, added 2.5 teaspoons of pink Himalayan salt (which is a very healthy salt, and added the zest, juice, and pulp from one large lime. I really feel like the extra garlic, salt, and lime made the difference. Plus, veggie stock ads so much more flavor than just adding plain water. This is really fantastic and will be my "go to" chili recipe from on!

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  • on October 28, 2012

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    All my friends think that I make an awesome chili. I decided to try Kelsey's and I think it is my very FAVORITE!!! Great flavor. I love it!!!

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  • on October 28, 2012

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    I loved it!!! I did add 2 cans of tomatoes though and I used Red Chimayo Chili powder from NM but stuck with everything else.. Good one Kelsey- I'd of never made it before. Thanks!!!!

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