And bonus, you get to name the cow before you eat it.WHO wrote: ↑Mar 9th, 2017 9:47 amI just buy a cow and have it slaughtered. Then I get a butcher to cut it all up for me and vacuum-sealed + flash frozen. Averages to a little over 3$/kg over all the different types of cuts and the meat is significantly higher in quality, being locally growned and slaughtered.
Of course, only if you have a decent-size freezer to put your cow in.
In very small print, store-made ground pork value pack at Metro is also $1.77/lb. That's my pick.
Sobeys also has pork picnic shoulder roast, blade, or shank portion for $1.44/lb. Anyone want to advise the best value on those cuts. Heck, I am not even sure that really means there are three choices.
BTW, Loblaws in Toronto has those skinless, bone-in chicken breasts not for $1.99/lb but for $2.44, I guess premium for living here.