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Metro: New Zealand 100% grass fed beef

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Metro: New Zealand 100% grass fed beef

Saw this in their flyer today. Thought it might interest some of the foodies on here.

Didn't post it in Hot Deals because I know I'll get a bunch of downvotes as it is not cheap beef.

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Bought 4lbs of ground beef recently. It is really, really good ground beef. Crumbles down so nicely. Used it for bolognese, tacos and burgers last week.

Can't speak for the other cuts though.
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Thanks OP. Will try it.
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Mr_Fanta wrote: Thanks OP. I will try out the grass fed rib steaks this weekend. Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Should add your link to this new steak deals compilation thread below.

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Didn't know that thread existed LOL.
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After finding these at Metro I stopped buying at WholeFoods. Excellent quality cuts and the taste is top notch.
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but isnt WF using dry-aged beef? This stuff at metro is wet aged?
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I often buy grassfed. The Springvale brand from metro goes on sale quite often but I’d never serve the ground beef to guests. The actual meat is fine but it often has a lot of tough sinewy pieces in it
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ShoNuff2 wrote: I often buy grassfed. The Springvale brand from metro goes on sale quite often but I’d never serve the ground beef to guests. The actual meat is fine but it often has a lot of tough sinewy pieces in it
Do you recall how this sale compares to the previous Springvale deals? Is it about the same price when on sale? Deciding if I should grab a couple to freeze.
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trixR4kids wrote: Do you recall how this sale compares to the previous Springvale deals? Is it about the same price when on sale? Deciding if I should grab a couple to freeze.
Similar price to the other recent sales they’ve had. I have a few frozen as well
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Where is WF??? And are these steaks wet or dry aged can anyone confirm?
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Vanilla416 wrote: Where is WF??? And are these steaks wet or dry aged can anyone confirm?
Ppl are also discussing this meat in the Food forum. One of the problems with having split threads which is inevitable...

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These steaks are vac sealed and wet aged from the sounds of it.
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oicthat2013 wrote: looking forward to this product being sold at metro subsidiary food basics for a dollar less than at metro
Good luck waiting. They’ve had it at Metro for over a year
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