butchers (14)

Nov 22, 2012 6:50 PM CST butchers
reolvine420
reolvine420reolvine420taupo, Waikato New Zealand155 Threads 16 Polls 1,778 Posts
should butchers/supermarkets be allowed to add water to there meat?i know some meat such as processed meats have water added as part of processing but i got some weiner schnitzel the other day and when cooking it all this water came out, surely the only process making that stuff should be to thinly slice it?
Nov 23, 2012 4:16 AM CST butchers
benidorm
benidormbenidormwellington, Wellington New Zealand63 Threads 1 Polls 609 Posts
Rio Janeiro.
The meat today is rubbish in supermarkets.
I have resorted to homekill,to feed everyone so much better and feel more full and nourished.I wish they had fatter cuts of meat so there is less loss of blood.No need to flush or additives as stores better to found.Went thru Taupo,Nice went to your countdown bought two dozen tuis bit pricy where you are.
Nov 23, 2012 4:48 AM CST butchers
Blizzard14u
Blizzard14uBlizzard14uGosnells, Western Australia Australia78 Threads 2 Polls 2,264 Posts
reolvine420: should butchers/supermarkets be allowed to add water to there meat?i know some meat such as processed meats have water added as part of processing but i got some weiner schnitzel the other day and when cooking it all this water came out, surely the only process making that stuff should be to thinly slice it?


I cooked a steak from Coles the other day, thought I may have had to throw a life jacket in the pan before it was cooked, bloody thing nearly drowned in the pan! And they say the Indonesians are cruel too cattle? What about those Coles butchers! Where are the protesters?
professor grin rolling on the floor laughing
Nov 23, 2012 10:22 PM CST butchers
lolshorty
lolshortylolshortyWhoop whoop, Western Australia Australia13 Threads 587 Posts
buy from a real butcher and the only things that should have water in them are sausages and cornbeef
Nov 24, 2012 2:30 AM CST butchers
wash2u
wash2uwash2uMelbourne, Victoria Australia87 Threads 1 Polls 5,212 Posts
Blizzard14u: I cooked a steak from Coles the other day, thought I may have had to throw a life jacket in the pan before it was cooked, bloody thing nearly drowned in the pan! And they say the Indonesians are cruel too cattle? What about those Coles butchers! Where are the protesters?


Coles/Woolies/etc usually have the meat frozen before they even put it on the shelves. And some meats here in the eastern States is shipped from WA or NZ.

Have a butcher in my local shopping complex. He has to compete with Coles, Woolies and Aldi. Always busy with people coming from far and wide. My son-in-law loves meat and a bit fussy. So one a month he does the 25 min drive to get real meat from the butcher.

I love his onion rissoles, hardly any fat coming out of them. Bought some crumbed snitzels last week and the tenderest meat, he doesn't do them to hide the cheap meat. Which is why he has a great bsines going.
Nov 24, 2012 7:29 AM CST butchers
lolshorty
lolshortylolshortyWhoop whoop, Western Australia Australia13 Threads 587 Posts
wash2u: Coles/Woolies/etc usually have the meat frozen before they even put it on the shelves. And some meats here in the eastern States is shipped from WA or NZ.

Have a butcher in my local shopping complex. He has to compete with Coles, Woolies and Aldi. Always busy with people coming from far and wide. My son-in-law loves meat and a bit fussy. So one a month he does the 25 min drive to get real meat from the butcher.

I love his onion rissoles, hardly any fat coming out of them. Bought some crumbed snitzels last week and the tenderest meat, he doesn't do them to hide the cheap meat. Which is why he has a great bsines going.



Some beautiful cuts from the butchers...



fond of eyefillet and skirt steak (brought whole i like to slice it myself)
Nov 24, 2012 7:34 AM CST butchers
Merriweather
MerriweatherMerriweatherAdelaide, South Australia Australia62 Threads 15,352 Posts
wash2u: Coles/Woolies/etc usually have the meat frozen before they even put it on the shelves. And some meats here in the eastern States is shipped from WA or NZ.

Have a butcher in my local shopping complex. He has to compete with Coles, Woolies and Aldi. Always busy with people coming from far and wide. My son-in-law loves meat and a bit fussy. So one a month he does the 25 min drive to get real meat from the butcher.

I love his onion rissoles, hardly any fat coming out of them. Bought some crumbed snitzels last week and the tenderest meat, he doesn't do them to hide the cheap meat. Which is why he has a great bsines going.


Hi Wash...wave
So what did ya think of my local butchers... you bought some stuff there remember??
Nov 24, 2012 7:35 AM CST butchers
Merriweather
MerriweatherMerriweatherAdelaide, South Australia Australia62 Threads 15,352 Posts
lolshorty: Some beautiful cuts from the butchers...
fond of eyefillet and skirt steak (brought whole i like to slice it myself)


Hi ah Lolshorty, wave

I like the eyefillet too... best taste... thumbs up
Nov 24, 2012 7:42 AM CST butchers
lolshorty
lolshortylolshortyWhoop whoop, Western Australia Australia13 Threads 587 Posts
Merriweather: Hi ah Lolshorty,

I like the eyefillet too... best taste...


i am finding it may be expensive but the enjoyment of great quality makes me eatless
Nov 24, 2012 7:51 AM CST butchers
Merriweather
MerriweatherMerriweatherAdelaide, South Australia Australia62 Threads 15,352 Posts
lolshorty: i am finding it may be expensive but the enjoyment of great quality makes me eatless


Yes it is exxey... but I only eat meat about once a week or fortnight, so for that once, I like to eat something that appeals...



wave
Nov 24, 2012 7:56 AM CST butchers
lolshorty
lolshortylolshortyWhoop whoop, Western Australia Australia13 Threads 587 Posts
Merriweather: Yes it is exxey... but I only eat meat about once a week or fortnight, so for that once, I like to eat something that appeals...


i could never imagine not eating meat, fish or chicken in most meals


Certainly is the way to go



like eating oysters and salmon when out for dinner
Nov 24, 2012 8:18 AM CST butchers
Merriweather
MerriweatherMerriweatherAdelaide, South Australia Australia62 Threads 15,352 Posts
lolshorty: i could never imagine not eating meat, fish or chicken in most meals Certainly is the way to go
like eating oysters and salmon when out for dinner



Try eating nuts instead... much easier.. conversing

or sometimes I have my favourite... 3 boiled potatoes .... very yummy...
Nov 24, 2012 9:10 AM CST butchers
lolshorty
lolshortylolshortyWhoop whoop, Western Australia Australia13 Threads 587 Posts
Merriweather: Try eating nuts instead... much easier..

or sometimes I have my favourite... 3 boiled potatoes .... very yummy...



dont like a lot of pasta, potato or bread either... salads and veg are high on my list of delicious but i have to have fish, chicken or meat
Nov 25, 2012 10:01 PM CST butchers
reolvine420
reolvine420reolvine420taupo, Waikato New Zealand155 Threads 16 Polls 1,778 Posts
Merriweather: Try eating nuts instead... much easier..

or sometimes I have my favourite... 3 boiled potatoes .... very yummy...
brings a song to mind..........she dont eat meat but she sure likes the bonelaugh
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