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Whitehat
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another way not to lose fat with chopped meat is to make meatloaf.

one can also save money and time making a pot roast. just slice it down while hot and there are a few days of meals. might make one for Thanksgiving. should be even cheaper since everyone is purchasing turkey.

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I like to take a nice, cheap cut of meat, slice it up into pieces and toss it in the crockpot with some spices. Cook on slow and in the late afternoon enjoy it straight out of the pot, or take some broccoli (steam or nuke it) and put the "stew" over the top of it. Yummy, fast, easy and cheap.

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I just steam it till fork tender and put it in a food processor. You don't need a blender, you just need it chopped into pretty fine pieces. It doesn't take much time at all.

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should be even cheaper since everyone is purchasing turkey.


Walmart has had turkeys for $0.68/lb here. I bought several.

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Most places have turkey as a "loss leader" for Thanksgiving to get you into the aisles. If you have the freezer space and it's not a "limit 1" deal (most places ARE limit 1) it's one of the best deals going.

Around here we have a store that's doing "buy $30 in groceries get a butt or shank portion ham for $6 IRRESPECTIVE OF SIZE." Most of them are ~10lbs or so, which is a ****ing SCREAMING deal.... so, yeah.

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Ditto on the crock pot. i like to use lamb neck bones and include the more solid vegetables that can handle the long cook time.

just picked up a few four packs of long beef ribs. they charge a fortune for the short ribs, but these were about 3.25 a pack. very meaty and fatty. these are going to get braised and then i will use the short rib recipe in the crock pot.

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the turkey is a good deal, i personally do not really enjoy it. my personal cheapo is lamb. i like it, it is not very popular where i live and they practically give it away in all forms. its fat content is very high, so it is a double win. actually a triple since it is not very commercialized it is mostly raised natural. we even have a live market in the neighborhood, so i can get a whole carcass butchered for the deep freeze.

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how do you mash in 1 minute


Brute force potato masher. :-)
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No limits on numbers of turkeys here - at least not at any store I've been to. Cheapest other than walmart are $0.98/lb.

Would love to have that $6 ham deal around here though, I'd stock up on that too. Cheapest ham I've seen is ~$2/lbs.

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Well, you can only get one.

But, you can get one repeatedly if your need for "other things" is in units of $30. You just have to walk out, put groceries in car, walk back in smiley

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One local store here in NH has frozen turkeys for $.39 per pound, limit two.
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If you don't buy it TODAY and it's frozen you're not having it on Thanksgiving.

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On the bright side, everywhere on the Internet that I have seen this article, the comments show that absolutely no one is buying this. No matter the source, liberal, conservative, whatever - the comments are unanimous: BULL ****!

This **** ain't flying anymore.

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