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Unread 04-09-2012, 08:05 AM   #1
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Default Chuck roast yield

I'm doing a family party and it has been decided I'm doing pulled beef. Just curious about the percentage of yield on chuck roast when finished.

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I'm doing a family party and it has been decided I'm doing pulled beef. Just curious about the percentage of yield on chuck roast when finished.

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I have done about 8-20 pound chuck rolls and the yield seems to be about 50%
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I would agree with figuring it at 50% yield.
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Between 50-60%
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I agree, 50%. More if you get lucky, but don't count on it.
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We did 80lbs. of chuck roll last week and got 49% yield.
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