This recipe is a grain-free, nightshade-free version of Puerto Rican sancocho, a hearty meat, plantain, and tropical starch stew. Never heard of malanga, yautía, taro, or yuca? Learn more about these delicious, paleo-friendly starches here and how to make a rich, nourishing stew out of them!
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I bought a big pack of grass-fed beef tendons the other week and found myself staring at them saying "now what??" Preparing beef tendon couldn't be easier, and the results will give you the richest, gelatin-packed broth and absolutely delightful, melt-in-your-mouth morsels to add to your favorite soup recipe. Some call beef tendon "the new pork belly" and I agree that it's that good!