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View Poll Results: Would you buy packaged "seasoned" packages of meat at the grocery store?
Yes, there's nothing wrong with it. 17 32.08%
No, the "seasoning" is used to mask that the meat is going bad. 30 56.60%
Other, I'll explain 6 11.32%
Voters: 53. This poll is closed

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Old 10-05-2010, 08:36 AM   #29
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Old 10-05-2010, 09:11 AM   #30
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Sam's actually is the best deal/meat around for me. I get Flank, Rib Eye, Country Ribs from there and am quite satisfied by the price and the quality of the meat. I just picked up 8LBS of thick sliced bacon for around 15 bucks. The deals on the Roasts (beef or pork)are real good.
Another vote for Sam's. I buy the marinated pork loin (4 lbs), ribeyes, and even the hamburger pattys. Pork chops also.
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Old 10-05-2010, 09:15 AM   #31
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The trick with dry aged beef, is that you have to have a significant enough sized cut in order to do it properly, as it can lose up to 15-20% mass (a lot of it water), and also, the rigor mortis that sets in will spoil the outer portion of the meat. So in essence you're losing about 18-25% of that meat. However, the flavor is excellent, and well worth the price. You definitely want something substantial.

I'm also not a huge fan of the pre seasoned, marinated stuff, mostly because I don't know how long it's been seasoned/marinated. Things can get rather tough in that case (not usually for marinated, but that's a different story).

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