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Cooking Beef in the Bush

How do you cook a delicious grain-fed rump cap over a DIY spit you ask? Well, you can now watch wild man Andrew Ucles build and cook on a spit at Gundamain Cattle Feedlot, in the second instalment of the #GoodMeat YouTube series.

If you don't know already, #GoodMeat is a three part, 12 episode YouTube series that explores some of the perceived issues associated with beef production. We're tackling the big topics you care about including animal welfare in Australian feedlots, climate change from methane emissions and protecting the Great Barrier Reef from sediment run off - and below is Episode 2.

Last week wild man and animal enthusiast, Andrew Ucles, took off to Gundamain Feedlot to lift the lid on animal welfare in Australian feedlots (if you missed the episode you can catch up on what he discovered here). This week, to thank Andrew and Tess for their hospitality at Gundamain feedlot, Ucles cooks up two mouth-watering cuts of grain-fed beef...bush style! Ucles gathers some impromptu-on-location cookware and some tasty grain-fed beef, then builds a fire to cook rump-cap on a spit and eye fillet on the grill. Check out his video below:

 If you like what Ucles cooked up in the video you can check out the recipe by clicking the images below!

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If you're interested in more information about grain-fed beef and feedlots in Australia you can read up on it via our Feedlots & Grain Fed page – and if you want to share the facts with your friends, we've also got some pretty cool graphics HERE that you can read & share online.

In our final episode with Andrew Ucles – there will be four in total – he'll be answering some of the questions that YOU have about his experience at an Aussie feedlot. For a chance to have Ucles answer your question, simply Tweet it using the #GoodMeat hashtag or post your question on our Facebook page.