Tacos have taken on a fast-food reputation in America, but REAL tacos are a healthy, easy option for an excellent meal. You can make them in about a million different ways. Here’s our indigenized version. This meal is rich in healthy fats, protein and low in carbohydrates; a ratio humans have been eating for generations. 



  • Bison steak 
  • Non-wheat, Non-GMO corn tortillas
  • Cabbage
  • Fresh salsa (tomato + cilantro + garlic + onion) 
  • Avocado
  • Lime
  • Coconut oil 
  • Organic Garlic sea salt 


On medium-low heat, simmer bison steaks in coconut oil until cooked to your preference. (Medium-rare leaves the meat tender and flavorful.) Season to taste using organic, low-sodium options. We used a little bit of garlic sea salt and organic worcestersire sauce. 

Meanwhile, prepare the vegetables. Simply slice avocados and dice cabbage for garnish and texture. 

When the meat and veggies are prepared and you’re just about ready to eat, heat the corn tortillas on the stove (medium heat). It only takes a few seconds each side. If you over-heat them, they will turn hard, so be careful. 

To serve, slice the meat thinly and place all ingredients in the center of the tortilla. Garnish with salsa, cabbage, and avocado. Eggs with spinach make a great option on the side, especially for breakfast.