If you have a conscience about the meat you eat, Feather and Bone speaks your language. They’re ethically minded regarding animal welfare (and know each of their local suppliers personally) and they practice whole-animal sort of butchery to be as sustainable as possible, right down to soil and genetic variety in the animals it buys and butchers. Order online for delivery or pick-up, or stop in to eye-up your meat first and check out the other local, ethical produce they stock (Country Valley milk and yoghurt, Katie Swift cordials, Pepe Saya butter and ghee and more). You can also hire a spit if you’re ambitious with your grilling goals.
Shopping locally for fresh meat means you get to know more about the food you’re eating and where it’s come from. These neighbourhood butchers operate on a paddock to plate basis and they can offer advice on how to cook and prepare their produce, too. The best thing? They don’t charge you extra for using plastic to pay for your purchases.