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Old 04-30-2012, 11:00 PM   #51
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chicken breast ever go for 1.99?
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Old 05-02-2012, 11:24 PM   #52
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Not unless you buy the frozen junk (which on a $/g protein basis is the same if not worse than fresh chicken breast)
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Old 05-02-2012, 11:25 PM   #53
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yea these frozen ones taste nasty.

right now I've been eating chicken legs from Costco in the States @ 99cents/lb as alternatives lol
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Old 05-03-2012, 10:19 PM   #54
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... and TNT now has chicken breasts on sale for $1.99.
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Old 05-04-2012, 08:36 PM   #55
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what?! I shall go!
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Old 05-06-2012, 10:15 AM   #56
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Safeway has striploin steaks for $6.99/lb / $15.41/kg, but is limited to 2. Superstore has the same deal, but no limit IIRC.

Also, Maple Leaf bacon is buy 1 get 1 free at Safeway. Not sure if Superstore has the same thing.
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NoFrills has Foremost chocolate milk, 1L for $1, bought 20, expires june 15th
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I don't buy salmon often, so can someone tell me if this is a good deal:

$7.48 lb / 16.49/kg for fresh Atlantic salmon fillets at Superstore.
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if you want fresh salmon check out the steveston fish shops by the dock

pink salmon is around $3 per lb, though it's not fillet it does taste better when you fry it
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which one was this at?
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which one was this at?
All no frills i think. but the one in surrey on fraser highway does indeed have $1 chocolate milk.
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:21 PM   #62
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Beef blade steaks at nesters $1.98/lb.
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Thanks for the heads up but Nesters blows.

Meat selection is damn limited. And Blades were all gone at Main St.
Tho, a couple of the cashiers were cute.
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All no frills i think. but the one in surrey on fraser highway does indeed have $1 chocolate milk.
To add, Bacon is also for a dollar (about half the weight of normal ones).
6 per household, but goes fast. So it might be worth whiled to go in the morning to grab it.
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Thanks for the heads up but Nesters blows.

Meat selection is damn limited. And Blades were all gone at Main St.
Tho, a couple of the cashiers were cute.
You don't go for selection - you go for sales.

Yaletown has plenty of blades. I bought 10 lbs worth and they restocked it all.
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getting sick of drumsticks/thighs.

Wheres a decent place to buy chicken breasts without waiting for a sale? T&T?
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when they have these coupons, their chicken boobies are pretty cheap
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fuck, whats the best price per protein meat?

I would kill for some lamb right now hahah.

I said best without coupons though
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oh opz did not see

lambs is good once in a while man.
Personally I prefer costco`s then (for chicken) or t&t if u dont have membership
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Forgot costco sold fresh meat!

I'll check it out soon (tm)
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I'll check it out soon (tm)
T&T for fri- mon.. chicken breasts for $1.99/lb. Pork shoulder for $1.99/lb.
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Best way to prepare pork shoulders?
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+1 pulled pork.

If you have a slow cooker and you're lazy, buy a pack of Clubhouse Slow Cooker Pulled Pork seasoning for $1.49, dump that in with other stuff according to package, set it and forget it.
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My favourite way is Tacos. Slow cook.. then cut into little bits.. then spread thin on a pan and broil the fuck outta them in the oven until they're brown and crispy. Heck, you dont even need the tacos.. just eat brown crispy bits of pork.

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