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Costco whole Striploin $23.99/kg plus $30 in store rebate July 30 to August 2

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[Costco] Costco whole Striploin $23.99/kg plus $30 in store rebate July 30 to August 2

Costco at Billy Bishop in Toronto has whole AAA Striploin at $23.99/kg plus you get $30 off per package with in store rebate. July 30 to August 2.
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Wow! Has anyone seen this in Winnipeg or the west?
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what's the average weight?
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Can I price match this at Knob Hill Farm?
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Damn between this and the Tenderloin deal at SS I might just eat steak every night this week.
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What is the regular Costco price for a whole tenderloin? It was $23.19/kg at Thorncliffe which seemed to be a good price so I was wondering if they were discounting for the nearby Superstore sale? I asked one of the guys stocking the meats but he said they don’t price match which is sort of true but I have seen them lower prices on stables to be one cent under promotional sales. The tenderloin wasn’t cheaper than SuperStore so it might just be me remembering recent high prices and thinking this was a deal. No $30 off though.
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Available at Richmond costco. it's fairly large. I think it costs close to $200 but it is really large :)
YoungNamY199137 wrote: Anyone spotted this in Van area?
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danielions wrote: Hoping this is available in AB!
It is, picked it up at Nisku Costco. Great deal, ends up being just over $7lb, I've never seen that for striploin, wish I had another freezer.
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Just grabbed one of these from Edmonton South today ~6.6 kg @$22/kg before the coupon. After draining and trimming the meat, weighed it and ended up with the steaks portion costing around $26/kg + a small meat portion for stew.

Steaks look decently marbled, but value wise it's really YMMV depending on size of fat cap, other non edibles, and non steak-ables portion.

Not sure it was necessarily worth getting the packer vs buying the smaller packs for similar price/weight.
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PatcheZ wrote: Just grabbed one of these from Edmonton South today ~6.6 kg @$22/kg before the coupon. After draining and trimming the meat, weighed it and ended up with the steaks portion costing around $26/kg + a small meat portion for stew.

Steaks look decently marbled, but value wise it's really YMMV depending on size of fat cap, other non edibles, and non steak-ables portion.

Not sure it was necessarily worth getting the packer vs buying the smaller packs for similar price/weight.

Good to know, I just got some beef ribs, tri tip and still have a brisket in the freezer not to mention the prime rib steaks from super store a month back. If I get this no more shopping for red meat for the year.
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Wrestlemania wrote: Can I price match this at Knob Hill Farm?
Would be good for the Andre the Giant fight.
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Available in Montreal at Marché Central location. Picked up a pack with a nice cap, thanks OP!
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Ppl should consider buying some dry aging bags....a friend of mine did this with a whole striploin before and the steaks came out phenomenal. Dry aging tenderizes and makes beef "Beefier" if that makes any sense. After dry aging, you'll lose some yield as you cut off the outer dried out bits, then cut those steaks thick like 1.5 -2.0 inch thick.

https://www.drybagsteak.com/
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How do you guys sous vide striploin?

Temperature and time?

Salt before vacuum, or after cooking?

I like my steak medium rare, but I'm cooking for others who prefer it a little more dine. What's the highest temperature I can get away with without losing too much juices?
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PatcheZ wrote: Just grabbed one of these from Edmonton South today ~6.6 kg @$22/kg before the coupon. After draining and trimming the meat, weighed it and ended up with the steaks portion costing around $26/kg + a small meat portion for stew.

Steaks look decently marbled, but value wise it's really YMMV depending on size of fat cap, other non edibles, and non steak-ables portion.

Not sure it was necessarily worth getting the packer vs buying the smaller packs for similar price/weight.
What a waste for all the draining and trimming that you've done. Those meat/ fat can be used for a delicious Vietnamese noodle soup. I have wagyu for steak so this is good for hot pot, noodle soup or stir fried.
Save a lot but end up spending more :confused:

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