- Aug 3, 2006
yea they are expensive so i dont buy them.
Yep. This is convenience food, heat up pan, put frozen slabs in, and then eat a few minutes later.I did the math, they're close but still much more convenient. There are 6 oz in the package, I paid $2 or $3 for the package (I'll assume the higher cost) if I wanted an 8 oz steak I'd need two packages 12 oz of these would definitely cook to 8 oz of steak so the total would be $6 which is similar to a cheap 8 oz steak but a good 8 oz steak near me is $8-12.
Again they are different foods with different expectations and cook times so its not really a fair comparison.
I'm nearly positive. I need to shop later tonight or tomorrow I'll double check.
Really? wow the last time i saw them at the store they were 7.99 a box. this was several years ago and due to sticker shock never looked for them after that.
"chopped and formed emulsified meat product that is comprised of beef trimmings left over after an animal is slaughtered and all of the primary cuts, such as tenderloin, filet, and rib eye, are removed. . . . The emulsified meat is pressed into a loaf and sliced, frozen and packaged."
I will. I'm not saying it's bad. Its just like finding out someone made sushi with mashed potatoes, cabbage and wurst. Its taking a while for me to get my head round it.