Not bad as boneless skinless is typically 1.99/lb I generally just wait for the .99/lb bone in/skin on and do it myself. LOL This is pretty good though.
yeah, i usually just get a whole chicken and butcher it myself. pretty easy and you can use the carcas for stock, which is very easy and you end up with high quality stuff for free. just boil the bones with some vegetables. i just looked up videos on how to do both.
I am more interested in their 93/7 ground beef as I have never been able to locate it under $2.99 a pound. I can EASILY find individually packed B/S Chicken here at the store sales for $1.69/lb in the DFW area. Some even $0.99 cents per pound at mexican meat markets although I don't trust eating their meat.
I am an avid eater of the meaty stuff so I always scout meat sales.
We did this about 6 months ago. Very good chicken...absolutely huge chicken breasts, but good none-the-less.
I purchased some "expensive" black label stacked chicken breast. They were friggin double D's. Never seen chicken titties so big. Didn't like them though as they were pretty thick even when sliced in half. Maybe I cooked them wrong.....Still going thru the 40 lb case.
My post was going on 3 weeks ago now, so if you were trying to be some sort of smarta$$, take a look at dates... BUT, thanks either way because i wouldn't have been aware had you not quoted me and commented. So again, thanks!
smartazz or not I had the NV info from that site on 9-21,still have the email. So your flippant comment on 9-20 means either you really weren't that interested or you like having others do the legwork for you here.Either way it made me do a face palm for ya.
Actually, their product page for beef says it is LFTB (pink slime) free.
As a general comment, people have different standards about food 'safety.' If one feels that chicken has to be free range, grass fed, etc., you probably are not going to find a slick deal on it. You don't need to comment on the 'evil' of industrial chicken farming in this thread, as chicken selection is a matter of personal choice. Anyway, it is great deal for people that live in parts of the country where this chicken sells for $3 or more a pound on sale. Thanks OP.
Woah dude no, I appreciate this comment, there's a huge difference between free range organic grass feed non shit eating chickens and pink slime sprayed with ammonia.
Yep. Chicken has to be organic and free range at minimum.
The #1 rule for those of us who pay attention to the food quality, process, and our health in general, is that the chickens should be outside, in open spaces, and feed of grass. Rather than just be housed in overcrowded chicken pens, or worse off, cages.
This applies to any food and produce from animals of course.
Here is the comment from Zaycon's facebook page. Note, it does not mention chicken, but makes me want to back off.
Sorry for the delay. We wanted to make sure we had all the information. It has come to our attention; the 93/7 ground beef that is supplied by us through National Beef has a small percentage of LFTB (Lean Finely Textured Beef). After much research and regardless of how the media portrays this product, we will continue to eat this product ourselves and will continue to offer this to our valued customers.
We suggest that you do your own research and come to your own conclusion and only purchase that which is best for you and your family. In addition to this product, we will be adding a new ground beef to our line for those of you who would like an alternative.
$1.69/lb is an alright price, Sprouts regularly has it for $1.97/lb
For me, the bulk amount is not worth the 28 cents per pound savings, but I'm sure it will be a good deal for some people. TU
Not worth it for me. I pay $1.99/lb for a 12 pack of individually vacuum packed breasts. LMAO at the 'fresh, never frozen'. Like anyone is going to down 40lb before they expire. You're gonna freeze them anyway.
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