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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Stocking-Up on Meat

Stores are always showing "Meat Sales" on their weekly flyers, but how do you know if it is a "stock-up" price? Here are some examples of stock-up meat prices from $5 Dollar Dinners:

- Fresh Fish – $3.99/lb

- Frozen Fish – $2.99/lb
- Pork Chops (bone-in) – $.99/lb
- Pork Chops (boneless) – $1.49/lb
- Pork Roast – $1.49/lb
- Beef Roast – $1.99/lb
- Beef Stew – $1.99/lb - Often can be found cheaper in a “family pack”
- Ground Beef – $1.49/lb
- Ground Chuck – $1.89/lb
- Whole Chicken – $.99/lb
- Split Chicken Breasts – $1.19/lb
- Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts/Tenderloins – $1.99/lb

* Also, always keep an eye open for the "reduced for quick sale" stickers. These are meats that the store greatly reduces because they are reaching their "Sell By Date."


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