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  1. DrivenByDemons

    DrivenByDemons Strength Beyond Strength Staff Member

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    besides Mario of course????

    I made a flank steak last night with a lil teriyaki and cut the whole thing up into strips before I put the leftovers in the fridge. I'm eating it now and it may be the best thing I've ever had. There's nothing like cold cow muscle with a hint of blood dripping from it.
     
  2. Chriza

    Chriza You look like a tree! VIP Gold

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    SICK :eek:
     
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    DrivenByDemons Strength Beyond Strength Staff Member

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    OMG, should I post a pic????
     
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    That cut makes a great steak taco.
     
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    P-B Honourary Canuck Gold

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    [h=1]This Steak May Have Fecal Matter Inside[/h][h=2]MECHANICAL TENDERIZATION IS A BIG PROBLEM, INVESTIGATION FINDS[/h](NEWSER) – The next time you order your steak medium rare, consider this: More than 90% of beef producers use a process called mechanical tenderization, which can push bacteria including E. coli deep inside the meat. Typically such bacteria only live on the surface of meat, which is why it's theoretically safe to eat it rare. But mechanical tenderization, which pokes meat with blades and needles in an effort to make it less tough, can lead to meat that Mother Jones so appetizingly calls "poop-contaminated." It has officially led to at least eight recalls and 100 illnesses in the past 10 years, but some suspect it has actually caused many more.


    The Kansas City Star undertook a yearlong investigation into the process, and recounts stories of two people who contracted E. coli infections after eating medium-rare steak at Applebee's. Mechanically tenderized meat is frequently sold to grocery stores, family-style restaurants, hotels, and group homes. Grocery stores often don't know it's been tenderized, and the meat usually isn't labeled, so consumers may have no idea whether they're eating it. The Star finds more, and grosser, examples of the lack of regulation in the meat industry: Federal inspection reports for four of the biggest beef slaughter plants include hundreds of references to fecal contamination.

    http://www.kansascity.com/2012/12/06/v-project_one/3951690/beefs-raw-edges.html
     
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    Avery Well-Known Member

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    There has always been a lil' shit in the meat

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    cheezedbyfate Well-Known Member

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    p00p
     
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    DrivenByDemons Strength Beyond Strength Staff Member

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    do not give a fuck
     
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    gilaet keep walkin Staff Member

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    I only eat prime fecal matter.
     
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    DrivenByDemons Strength Beyond Strength Staff Member

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    oh sweet jesus

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    Cold flank steak the next day is fantastic. Reps.
     
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    Kanye West Yeezus!

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    mmmmmmmm feces in meat
     
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    gilaet keep walkin Staff Member

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    Dirty plate! You'll kill somebody!

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    love my bloody meat, just off the grill & the cold bloody dead leftovers the next day....
     
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    reps
     
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    leftover steak makes a great philly cheesesteak sandwich with peppers & onions if you feel like chopping that shit up. i prefer white american cheese on mine btw...:cool:
     
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    I made flank last night too. I grilled it then sliced it and served it in fresh baked French bread, with melted provolone (french dips) with a side of au gus and horsey sauce!