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[Sobeys] Striploin AA 7.99/lb

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Apr 7, 2016
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Good price for Striploin's. I prefer triple A's but still decent.
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GeddyDr wrote: Good price for Striploin's. I prefer triple A's but still decent.


Same price for AAA at Superstore. Actually $7.88/lb.
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LOOSEWHEEL wrote: Same price for AAA at Superstore. Actually $7.88/lb.
Unfortunately not in Maritimes so Sobeys is good deal here
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hey OP, this thread and your lobster thread should be posted under groceries not restaurants.
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Lewiejames wrote: Walmart $5.97 calgary
Those Walmart steaks are about 1/2 a pound and are pre frozen.
About a month ago they were two for $6 so i bought a bunch but they doubled the price.
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people
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MattK82563 wrote: Yes they’re sold by the lb
They are most definitely not.
They are all sold as 8oz/227g. But if you buy the biggest looking ones you can get more then 227g, most of mine weigh 250-300g, though some of the smaller ones are probably less than 227g. They seem to be leftover pieces tossed into shrinkwrap.

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In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people
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Quentin5 wrote: They are most definitely not.
They are all sold as 8oz/227g. But if you buy the biggest looking ones you can get more then 227g, most of mine weigh 250-300g, though some of the smaller ones are probably less than 227g. They seem to be leftover pieces tossed into shrinkwrap.


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That picture by itself screams freezer burn. Like, I'll use it, but why would you use it as a counterpoint to fresh cut steaks?
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matthewtravels wrote: That picture by itself screams freezer burn. Like, I'll use it, but why would you use it as a counterpoint to fresh cut steaks?
I am saying the opposite, that its too expensive now, they doubled the price.
So don't buy.
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people
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Bought the sobeys striploin and its very good! Imo worth it
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safeway's AA meat is constantly top notch. dont let the AA scare you off.

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