The meat was tender and crumbled apart by the time I came home. I served it over a large bed of spinach with bell pepper, carrots, black beans, and gorgonzola. Dressed it with balsamic vinaigrette. Doesn't get much lower in carbs, higher in vegetables, and easier than this. I have to say though, that much gorgonzola isn't for the faint of heart.
For the sake of cost and convenience, the Costco pot roast was an easy choice. Definitely conventionally raised. However, my mom bought me some grass-fed beef neck bones at the farmer's market this weekend (thanks mom!). The "bison guy" wasn't able to make it this week, so there was a red meat alternate there. I'm looking forward to combining those bones with some left over bison marrow bones to make a batch of bone broth. And of course, I'll cook it in the slow cooker while I'm working.