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You look at a joint of beef (or chicken, pork or lamb) and the price is creeping up, at £10 you put it back as it seems expensive in todays credit crunch. You then go and buy a packet of cooked slice beef for around £1.50 - £1.80 with 4 slices of meat in it. If you actually take the price per 100g as it is always marked next to the price you are paying and do a little bit of maths you will find you are actually being charged anthing between £15 and £20 per kilo for those few slices.

 

Would be much more economical to buy that joint and slice it yourself, put into small packets and into the freezer. Not only will be be fresher and you will know whats in it but it will also be so much cheaper. Just put mine sliced meat back this week when it worked out to be £20 per kilo but the £1.89 price tag "looked" so much cheaper!!!!!! Beware all is not what it seems in the supermarket shelves.:smile:

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I save on meat by buying from a proper butcher rather than a supermarket. I can buy exactly as much as I need; in supermarkets I often have to buy more than I would like. I usually ask the butcher what he has on offer and have often found this cheaper per kilo than the supermarket! A decent butcher will also sell cheaper cuts and these are often excellent value - shoulder of lamb, beef brisket and so on - that aren't always available in supermarkets and which are very good eating. In season I also buy game from my butcher - rabbits are very cheap, as are pheasant straight from the shoot - even cheaper if you dress them yourself.

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If your supermarket has a deli counter often it will include a pot luck selection of off cuts and dog-ends (prob not the best word for it) i.e. slivers and big chunks of the leftovers from slicing.

 

You can get a massive bag load for virtually nowt \o/ I'd suspect that butchers would be the same.

 

For you bog standard processed stuff 400g of no added water ham is about £2.20 in Lidl. I'd also check out ALDI as both these "budget" supermarkets have some quite excellent foreign meats and cured sausages at rock bottom prices.

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You look at a joint of beef (or chicken, pork or lamb) and the price is creeping up, at £10 you put it back as it seems expensive in todays credit crunch. You then go and buy a packet of cooked slice beef for around £1.50 - £1.80 with 4 slices of meat in it. If you actually take the price per 100g as it is always marked next to the price you are paying and do a little bit of maths you will find you are actually being charged anthing between £15 and £20 per kilo for those few slices.

 

Would be much more economical to buy that joint and slice it yourself, put into small packets and into the freezer. Not only will be be fresher and you will know whats in it but it will also be so much cheaper. Just put mine sliced meat back this week when it worked out to be £20 per kilo but the £1.89 price tag "looked" so much cheaper!!!!!! Beware all is not what it seems in the supermarket shelves.:smile:

 

I save on meat by buying from a proper butcher rather than a supermarket. I can buy exactly as much as I need; in supermarkets I often have to buy more than I would like. I usually ask the butcher what he has on offer and have often found this cheaper per kilo than the supermarket! A decent butcher will also sell cheaper cuts and these are often excellent value - shoulder of lamb, beef brisket and so on - that aren't always available in supermarkets and which are very good eating. In season I also buy game from my butcher - rabbits are very cheap, as are pheasant straight from the shoot - even cheaper if you dress them yourself.

 

I did try to rep both of these posts, but for some reason it wouldn't allow me to :???:

 

There's nothing like "real" meat, none of your packet/tinned/frozen foods which are always injected with water, loaded with salt and never 100% meat could ever amount to the real thing. And it is "always" cheaper to buy the real thing, all it takes is a bit of time to cook it off, then slice it up and package it and freeze it for later use. There's also nothing tastier than a fresh rabbit :smile:

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