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Beyond Meat ground (July 9-15) - $3.99 (after $2 coupon)

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[Sobeys] Beyond Meat ground (July 9-15) - $3.99 (after $2 coupon)

FireFireFire Another HOT deal alert!: Beyond recently sent out a coupon via email for those that are subscribed: "Enjoy $2 off any Beyond Meat product with this special summer coupon below." This printable coupon is valid until July 31st!

Starting today, SOBEYS has Beyond ground on sale for $5.99. Use this coupon and it becomes only $3.99 a pack! If you don't have a Sobeys near you, you can also price match at Real Canadian Superstore, No Frills, etc. (just make sure they will price match the Sobeys flyer)! Price matching at one of these stores would also probably guarantee more inventory available.
Don't forget the fine print says you can use this coupon twice for each shopping tripat the cash, for two separate Beyond products! Of course you can go back and make multiple purchases, using 2 coupons each time!

Link: https://www.beyondmeat.com/coupons/07ca ... 16ed7e5e62
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I've had a "steak" made of "beyond meat" and it was very tasty, almost impossible to tell it's not real meat. I put it on the cook's skill. The problems started a couple of hours after that, the beans and oils in there are a riot :)
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Great price. This is nothing that I'd want personally, but would be good on hand for vegetarian family members that come for bbqs. Has anyone had any experience freezing this stuff?
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Melkor wrote: Great price. This is nothing that I'd want personally, but would be good on hand for vegetarian family members that come for bbqs. Has anyone had any experience freezing this stuff?
Yeah. We freeze it all the time after getting the 8 pack from Costco. Freezes fine. More than the burgers I like the hot Italian sausages though.
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Beyond Beef in Sobey's flyer is 340 grams, so $5.34/lbs. Compare with $3.99/lbs of Sirloin tip roast in the same flyer.
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Thanks OP! So what is this mainly used for? Patties? Meatballs?

Also what is the expiry/shelf life?
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I tried the coupon last week at Sobeys when the burgers where $6.99.
The coupon says you can print it twice which I did.
When I tried to use the coupon at the till they refused it. Stating it did not say internet coupon.
I went to Foodbasics as they had the same price and they took the coupons no problem.
Once I got home I emailed both Beyond Beef and Sobeys head office and told them about refusing the coupons at store level.
I hope they have it worked out this week.
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RaidZero wrote: [...]

I've had a "steak" made of "beyond meat" and it was very tasty, almost impossible to tell it's not real meat. I put it on the cook's skill. The problems started a couple of hours after that, the beans and oils in there are a riot :)
I don't know if all the beyond meat burgers are the same but the one I tried from A&W immediately reminded me of a veggie burger I had tried 20 years ago which was the last time I tried a veggie burger. Maybe that's why I could tell it was not ground beef.

Speaking for myself "real meat" > plant based meat(whatever you call it)
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Melkor wrote: Great price. This is nothing that I'd want personally, but would be good on hand for vegetarian family members that come for bbqs. Has anyone had any experience freezing this stuff?
I froze it for several weeks, no issue that I could taste.
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djemzine wrote: Thanks OP! So what is this mainly used for? Patties? Meatballs?

Also what is the expiry/shelf life?
This is essentially the same as the patties so yes you can make your own patties. I get 4x out of one pack versus 2x.

Great for tacos, burritos and everything else you would usually put ground meat.

The shelf life is not great but I freeze them right away and then thaw in the fridge for a day. If you need small portions then open the package and make desired portions and freeze.
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Quickman wrote: I don't know if all the beyond meat burgers are the same but the one I tried from A&W immediately reminded me of a veggie burger I had tried 20 years ago which was the last time I tried a veggie burger. Maybe that's why I could tell it was not ground beef.

Speaking for myself "real meat" > plant based meat(whatever you call it)
If it’s chicken or other poultry then I agree. Red meat, not so much.
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Looks like it is for that price at Safeway as well.
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Quickman wrote: Speaking for myself "real meat" > plant based meat(whatever you call it)
Absolutely, but sometimes, for various reasons, I cannot have real meat.
Got some other "vegetable burgers" then "beyond meat" at the grocery store and I did not like them very much. That's why I said that cooking matters.
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Melkor wrote: Great price. This is nothing that I'd want personally, but would be good on hand for vegetarian family members that come for bbqs. Has anyone had any experience freezing this stuff?

It comes in frozen and is then defrosted for sale. Ask the counter for a frozen pack if you want to keep it frozen.
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Have tried the beyond meat and the other brand when they had them on sale at $2 last year. Tasted like real beef but the taste was stuck in mouth/stomach for a long time. That made me thought they added too much taste additives. Never tried again.
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darga18 wrote: It comes in frozen and is then defrosted for sale. Ask the counter for a frozen pack if you want to keep it frozen.
The places we have bought this it is always frozen. Costco, Longos, Loblaws and others.
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Good price, upvoted for that.

My hot take, why eat this though? There is plenty of fantastic actual veggie burgers, especially compared to beyond meat. I’m just having a hard time understanding why people are into beyond meat
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I am only worried that this is even more processed than already processed burgers..

I didn't noticed until someone mentioned.. They actually don't advertised that it's healthy.. I guess it's unhealthy then.

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