Lauras Lean Beef-Premium-"Organic"

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2006/03/12 19:47:56 (permalink)

Lauras Lean Beef-Premium-"Organic"

http://www.laurasleanbeef.com/

Ever since I had the Wolfes Neck Farm beef in Maine, I have been on a search here in SC to find some "Organic" Beef.
I found this at Kroger.
I bought a sirloin steak @10.99/lb.
It seems to be right on with the prices that I paid in Maine.
I will let you know how it tastes.
Mr. Mayor, are you familiar with them? They are in Lexington.
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    mayor al
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    RE: Lauras Lean Beef-Premium-"Organic" 2006/03/12 19:57:45 (permalink)

    Tara,
    I have heard of the company, but wasn't aware of the scope of their business. Thanks for posting the link. And give us a quality report of the outcome.
    AL
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    roossy90
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    RE: Lauras Lean Beef-Premium-"Organic" 2006/03/12 20:06:17 (permalink)
    Will do, I am having it for dinner Monday night, as I am making the Runza tonight.
    (as soon as the damn dough finishes rising-almost there)
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    RE: Lauras Lean Beef-Premium-"Organic" 2006/03/12 22:08:42 (permalink)
    Laura's Lean is available in grocery stores all over Cincinnati...I've never picked up any, but this thread has reminded me I should try it sometime
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    RE: Lauras Lean Beef-Premium-"Organic" 2006/03/13 09:23:14 (permalink)
    I haven't found Laura's Beef in Florida but we use Painted Hills (from Oregon) frequently for our catering with outstanding results. Quality product (natural beef) that is comming of age. http://www.natural-beef.com
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    RE: Lauras Lean Beef-Premium-"Organic" 2006/03/16 19:56:13 (permalink)
    Ok, I cooked it ate it, and had a good flavor, but still didnt compare to the Wolfes Neck Beef I got in Maine. I am going to try another cut, a ribeye, and see.
    It does cook in less time, like the website indicated... but just didnt do it for me.
    Then after I read that CO2 article about keeping meat redder and it isnt fresh also crossed my mind. It was a beautiful red.. but threw the package away before I read that article..

    Maybe I had an off night..
    I didnt feel so well. Better now though.
    But am going to try some more.
    And will report back on that.
    I think I need a bbq to really give it a good test.
    I broiled it, as I did the Maine beef. so it was a comparison under the same cooking conditions.
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