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I don't know what the question is but I use a cut like chuck and cut it up by hand for stew. Of course you can buy the stuff in the little foam packages, but...
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Totally agree with you pierino. The stuff in the foam packages are always too lean and too small!
OK, so more intel...done the stew, bourgeon, barley soup and chili. Any other creative ideas?
Maybe goulash or stroganoff?
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