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[Costco] West Beef strip loin steak. $5 off! HOT !

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[Costco] West Beef strip loin steak. $5 off! HOT !

Until June 17th
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Price per lb or per kg? I know Costco beef is top notch, being that it is also AAA (not sure if mechanically tenderized, although bizarre but costco does tend to tenderize beef). Even Save-on-foods has AAA strip loin steaks from about $4.99-5.99/lb when on sale.
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Not 100% clear but looks like $31/kg....... $5 off nothing special.......
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Don't forget these are mechanically/blade/needle tenderized so the machine pierces the surface. must be cooked to 145F for 3 minutes, or 160F!
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That marbling does not look like AAA. I stopped buying that over priced, over hyped, mechanically tenderized steak at Costco long time ago. Try grocery stores. When on sale you can get striploins of much better quality for less than 10$ a pound.
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muffin_man wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 10:23 pm
That marbling does not look like AAA. I stopped buying that over priced, over hyped, mechanically tenderized steak at Costco long time ago. Try grocery stores. When on sale you can get striploins of much better quality for less than 10$ a pound.
I felt the same.
Last few times, the meat from Costco didn't taste good.
I think I'm better off from high end supermarket like Longos or similar..
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I am waiting until around Canada day, July 1. Save-on foods usually has some really good meat specials around that time to celebrate our national holiday. I can stock up my freezer. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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muffin_man wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 10:23 pm
That marbling does not look like AAA. I stopped buying that over priced, over hyped, mechanically tenderized steak at Costco long time ago. Try grocery stores. When on sale you can get striploins of much better quality for less than 10$ a pound.
Everyone boasts about costco meat but I can't remember ever enjoying one. MUch better luck at grocery stores.
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Costco rib steaks are good. Never was a fan of the strip loin packs.
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Sypsy wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 10:20 pm
Don't forget these are mechanically/blade/needle tenderized so the machine pierces the surface. must be cooked to 145F for 3 minutes, or 160F!
*should be cooked. I have a sous vide cooker now so it's not an issue but I wouldn't overcook a $15 steak, I'd still grill it rare.
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UrbnRzqr wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 11:06 pm
Everyone boasts about costco meat but I can't remember ever enjoying one. MUch better luck at grocery stores.
I buy the entire loin. cut that up myself. its good steak. and its not mechanically tenderized.
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Globedeal wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 10:55 pm
I am waiting until around Canada day, July 1. Save-on foods usually has some really good meat specials around that time to celebrate our national holiday. I can stock up my freezer. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
I agree, even though Save-On-Foods generally has higher prices of everything else, their specials are pretty good and they seem to package their meat better that the other grocers in western canada.
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sonyminidiscman wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 11:21 pm
I buy the entire loin. cut that up myself. its good steak. and its not mechanically tenderized.
I just did the same. Question: Do you just slice the loin into steaks directly or do you have to clean that one up at all? I bought a whole ribeye one a few months ago and had to clean it up a lot but have not opened and cut up this one yet.
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muffin_man wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 10:23 pm
That marbling does not look like AAA. I stopped buying that over priced, over hyped, mechanically tenderized steak at Costco long time ago. Try grocery stores. When on sale you can get striploins of much better quality for less than 10$ a pound.
The marbling is actually what make a steak good, not sure why you guys are conplaining avout Costco meat, every grocery store in QC is lower quality even their AAA. I buy these or rib steak and they are very tasty.
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kunamvahees wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 10:37 pm
I felt the same.
Last few times, the meat from Costco didn't taste good.
I think I'm better off from high end supermarket like Longos or similar..
+1 Longos has good steak. Plus they have most of the cuts too (strip, ribeye, tenderloin). I usually buy from Costco but have been going to Longos more recently cause I don't need a 3-pack every time...

For $5 off though I'll probably grab a pack this weekend

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