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Beef Tenderloin is CHEAPER !!!!!!!!($49.99/kg) (was:$64.99/kg

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Nov 27, 2017
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Go watch them with the needling machines to tenderize the beef. Ask them. I won’t touch it. Let me know if they don’t.
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Apr 21, 2009
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Thanks OP - I’ve bought this once recently (rarely buy beef like this), sliced it up and got many servings out of it. Couldn’t believe how good it was coming off the BBQ.
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Dec 19, 2006
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ElvisD735799 wrote: Go watch them with the needling machines to tenderize the beef. Ask them. I won’t touch it. Let me know if they don’t.
Bro, as has been said in this thread and multiple past meat threads about Costco, their cryovac meat is not mechanically tenderized. You can tell by looking at the labels.
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Jan 24, 2009
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I’d hate to see the carcass where you have to tenderize tenderloin ... eww.
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Feb 26, 2007
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DoorCrasher wrote: I understand that there is no "regular price drop" forum, but this is indeed not a hot deal at all....
You could have just ignored it if you didn’t feel it to be a hot deal. Instead, you chose to waste time complaining on the forum.
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Feb 26, 2007
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life359 wrote: I gave up buying meat at Costco. A local meat shop has better local meat at way cheaper prices. We can buy tenderloin on demand for usually less than $13/lb.

Where???
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Feb 1, 2008
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chooraymond wrote: You could have just ignored it if you didn’t feel it to be a hot deal. Instead, you chose to waste time complaining on the forum.
Unfortunately that's the RFD way.
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Sep 7, 2017
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The last package of tenderloin I bought from the grocery store was $10/lb and AAA. After properly trimming there was a lot of waste and I ended up with less portions than anticipated. It was still a good deal but next time I’d weigh the waste to see what my actual cost per kg is. If it’s up there, I’d consider the tenderloin from Costco.
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Jan 7, 2010
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DoorCrasher wrote: where did you heard that Costco sells "mechanically tenderized" tenderloin?
whole roasts or loins — which definitely don't come cheap — are not blade-tenderized.
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Mar 11, 2007
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Whats a good butcher to get steaks in North Mississauga?
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Apr 30, 2017
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Edmonton
Thanks OP.
I did notice prices were crazy around Father’s Day... so we went to a local butcher instead.

We paid comparable prices as Costco
In a world where you can be anything...
Be Kind.
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Jul 3, 2002
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karlb wrote:
Loblaws sells ungraded (I've never seen a grading for it at my Loblaws, ymmv) for $22/kg ($10/lb) when on sale.
Loblaws sells it for $8.88 or around there (last time in April it was $8.88) for AA. Sometimes they have AAA for $10 but like the whole rib roasts that sale only happens a couple of time a year.

Also if you are using this for Chinese food just buy the whole tenderloin - you won't notice a difference with the off cuts. If you are buying this for nice tenderloin steaks buy the denuded packs to save you time. I usually buy the whole packs and trim it myself and just use the off cuts for Chinese and the main loin I cut up for steaks
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Nov 21, 2013
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chooraymond wrote: You could have just ignored it if you didn’t feel it to be a hot deal. Instead, you chose to waste time complaining on the forum.
You could have just ignored it if you didn’t feel it to be a necessary comment. Instead, you chose to waste time quoting and replying.
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Nov 21, 2013
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Camtheman4 wrote: whole roasts or loins — which definitely don't come cheap — are not blade-tenderized.
That's what I thought.
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Jul 3, 2002
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Bidjaan wrote: The last package of tenderloin I bought from the grocery store was $10/lb and AAA. After properly trimming there was a lot of waste and I ended up with less portions than anticipated. It was still a good deal but next time I’d weigh the waste to see what my actual cost per kg is. If it’s up there, I’d consider the tenderloin from Costco.
At $10 a pound your waste would have to be roughly 56% to make the costco @$50/kg a better deal. This, of course, does not take into consideration your time.
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Sep 12, 2011
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Anyone notice the price of the Strip-loin did it also go down?
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FARMERBLANCHE wrote: buy the denuded packs to save you time.
Had to look it up, how dare you make me learn during lockdown
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Feb 26, 2007
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DoorCrasher wrote: You could have just ignored it if you didn’t feel it to be a necessary comment. Instead, you chose to waste time quoting and replying.

I’ve got time to waste. So.

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