What is the cheapest meat?

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Answer: Deer balls; Two are under a buck!

-- Randy (buddha@usa.com), February 04, 1999


I guess when I shoot you between the eyes, you'll have two less.

-- hahha (haha@haha.com), February 04, 1999.

Thanks Randy. Chuckle needed. Chuckle got!!


-- Chuck, night driver (rienzoo@en.com), February 04, 1999.


Let's not forget "road-side kill" good for strips of jerky. Be careful of the bloated ones - they are tender but have to puncture them to release the gas.

-- Duane (Duane24062@aol.com), February 04, 1999.

Try to buy on sale tuna fish or danish canned hams.

-- Bill (y2khippo@yahoo.com), February 04, 1999.


-- No rigor mortis carcasses (fermentingin@my.body), February 04, 1999.

I want to try some of that TVP-fake-taco-meat that Taco Bell uses. Has anybody else? How much is it?

-- Lisa (lisa@work.again,everyday,itseems,wishIcoulddo thisfromhome), February 04, 1999.

Your neighbors dogs and cats. :-)


-- rickjohn (rickjohn1@yahoo.com), February 04, 1999.

Spotted at Aldi (discount food house): Jack Mackeral at .49/can, 15 oz -- a POUND of lean meat, good fatty acids, for 4 bits!

-- Alan (aelewis@provide.net), February 04, 1999.

A possum from beverly hills. They have made a comeback since Granny passed away.

-- Mortimer (johnhenry@bigbendtunnel.com), February 04, 1999.

Spam and treet you can buy on sale at decent price. The benefit is the non frig storage. Use as with beans and wieners, seasoning, stroganof, barbaque, anything you would use meat in you can substitute.

-- Moore Dinty moore (not@thistime.com), February 04, 1999.

It's a JOKE you guys! Under a BUCK- a MALE DEER- get it?

-- Some people just don't GI (oh@me.ohmy), February 04, 1999.

HUMANS!! - in the middle of winter human flesh doesn't burn all that bad , although be prepared to serve ' RAW '

-- venturer (venturer@interlog.com), February 04, 1999.

yep, your right it's a joke...I have to learn not to forget what the original post was as I scroll down thru the answers! :> After 100 some answers on some posts that can be hard! :>

ROTFL!... is that better?

Spam can be a joke too!:> Just not as funny as yours, especially if you have to eat it all the time! :>

-- Moore Dinty moore (not@thistime.com), February 05, 1999.

And before you say anything else, yes, I know they run the original post before the answer..sometimes you just scroll thru or ignore it when your just surfing...Oh well,

lifes, tough. :>

Thank goodness my real job doesn't depend on forum skills...must have done something right somewhere to get where I am today!:>

Later gator! Not!

-- Moore Dinty moore (not@thistime.com), February 05, 1999.

Bill Clinton,

cheap, as in, not fussy :)

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), February 05, 1999.

RE: Jack Mackeral

I, too, spotted the good buy on the mackeral. I bought one can to try it before stocking up on it. I had remembered years ago trying it and not likeing it, but my memory was a little fuzzy about just what it was that I didn't like. Well, I substituted the mackeral for tuna in a cassarole recipe the wife makes from time to time. Wow! It smelled really strong, but the taste wasn't that bad. I got another can and tried cutting down on the quantity (half can instead of the whole can) in the recipe and it was still really strong smelling. We didn't throw any of it out, but don't think I care for any more for a while. But if you're hungry, it would be very good, and cheap. I may try again and use a salmon pattie recipe. I'll let you know how it turns out.

-- Gerald R. Cox (grcox@internetwork.net), February 05, 1999.

Right now, chicken is .39 per pound (there's a price war going on with the opening of a new store)so I'm running my canner all day canning chicken. I can get 1 1/2 deboned in a quart jar. That's enough to feed my family of six plus in-laws. Sounds better than spam any day, newbie

-- newbiebutnodummy (canning@home.com), February 06, 1999.

Canned mackeral is OK, although if your coworkers are adverse to smelling it, then I suggest you consume it far away from them. The last time I did so, they thought something had died. Although it's strong in smell and taste, it's still good to eat. Protein is necessary for good health, and canned mackeral is palatable. Some people suggest adding catsup, but I like it plain. Call me


-- dinosaur (dinosaur@williams-net.com), February 06, 1999.

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