Gaucho Ranch's beef comes straight from the grassy lowlands of Uruguay, where cattle roam free like bovine bikers in search of the meaning of life, while gauchos, the traditional South American cowboys, whisper sweet nothings into their ears. Fed on natural grass and clover, these cows will later magically turn into rib-eye steaks ($59.98 for four 12 oz. steaks), burgers ($7.89 for a lb.), and picahna ($43.02 for three lbs.) with lower cholesterol, lower fat, and more beta-carotene, omega-3, and vitamin E than cuts of beef from cows gorging on corn feed or leftover pizza.