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Ask The Meatman Articles As the saying goes, I was born and raised in the meat cutting business. After 30 years experience cutting beef, pork, and venison, I have started writing articles informing the public as to some of our "secrets" and other tips, hints and information. Click the article title below to read that article.
Does Meat From Your Freezer Taste Bad? Why.....? It might be freezer burned. Learn what freezer burn is and some methods you can use to prevent it. Why buy good meat just to let it go to waste? How to prevent the food in your freezer from becoming an addition to the garbage dump.
Why Shouldn't You Buy Store made Pork Sausage? Have you ever bought pork sausage from a grocery store that was labeled "store made"? Did you know most grocery store made pork sausage contains "pulls"? Do you know why this is not "GOOD"? I'll tell you what "pulls" are and where and how to get the best sausage available. Secrets from The Meatcutter.
Meat cutters Secrets. How to Make Steaks More Tender! Want to know how to take an ordinary steak and cook it to mouthwatering, juicy perfection! Should you salt your steak while it's cooking or after it's cooked? Should you use a fork to turn your steaks or tongs? Read this article and you will find out, and many other tips for cooking the most tender steaks ever!