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[Fresh Co] Eye of Round Roast $2.50/lb - January 16-18, 2020 (Ontario)

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[Fresh Co] Eye of Round Roast $2.50/lb - January 16-18, 2020 (Ontario)

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January 16-18, 2020


Eye of round roast $2.50/lb
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djmilesno1 wrote: Holy Cow. What an amoozing deal!
I see what you did there!
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This is the leanest cut of meat you will ever eat in your life. Slow cook it for hours and there is no fat content so it will still be dry. Comes in huge pieces that are 5 pounds or greater.
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Rawbull wrote: Jerky is the best for this cut!
Just making 8 pounds wet eye round from no frills sale. Thinking of picking up another from freshco because of the price.
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Mar 23, 2018
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Really good to cut up for stew and is half the price of the supermarket stew beef.
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gleitch2493249 wrote: Really good to cut up for stew and is half the price of the supermarket stew beef.
Too lean for stew, unless you like it stringy. Without connective tissue and fat, the meat when cut in chunks typical for stew won’t melt. You’ll just be nawing on it.

As pointed out though, this is excellent for jerky.

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Anything else other than jerky?
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Can make an "ok" carpaccio or tartare from it.
But sous vide gets the most out of this cut.

There's also biltong,
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I'm sure it you pressure cook it it would be suitable for stews/curries/chillies ....

You can always amend the stew with some other type of fat like beacon or the fat frozen from trimming the prime rib from Xmas.

Worst case you can have the butcher grind into ground beef.
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great deal! just gave away the jerky that I made from 6kg of eye of round from the no frills deal. now I can make some more for myself.
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Oct 13, 2005
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For what its worth, this is one of the cheaper cuts of beef you can buy and until about a year ago i didn't ever find a way to cook it to perfection. I've tried slow cookers, instapot, roasting bags etc... all gave me the same results. Then i came across a recipe that **** blew me away and its not only easier, but the meat was so tender and juicy like a **** ribeye..lol

Simple steps. Oven 500 degrees. Cook for 7 minutes PER POUND. (example, 4lb roast, cook for 28min on 500). Then turn oven off and let it sit in the oven for 2:30hr. Take out and let sit for a least 30 minutes. You will have a absolutely beautiful medium roast that is so tender and juicy. I never thought you could make this cut of meat come out that incredible but i would highly suggest it for this cut specifically.
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bubbabyte wrote: For what its worth, this is one of the cheaper cuts of beef you can buy and until about a year ago i didn't ever find a way to cook it to perfection. I've tried slow cookers, instapot, roasting bags etc... all gave me the same results. Then i came across a recipe that **** blew me away and its not only easier, but the meat was so tender and juicy like a **** ribeye..lol

Simple steps. Oven 500 degrees. Cook for 7 minutes PER POUND. (example, 4lb roast, cook for 28min on 500). Then turn oven off and let it sit in the oven for 2:30hr. Take out and let sit for a least 30 minutes. You will have a absolutely beautiful medium roast that is so tender and juicy. I never thought you could make this cut of meat come out that incredible but i would highly suggest it for this cut specifically.
FoodWishes/Chef John? I cook my roasts the same way.

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