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Old 04-17-2013, 12:08 AM   #1
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I work as a butcher/meat cutter. Would you like to learn how to cut different meats? I can make short videos of how to trim, cut, tie. prep, de-bone different cuts. I can show you ways to save money while at the store by merchandising different cuts and getting ideas. Just a thought. I know youtube has almost everything but this would be set up for just the brethren.
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:35 AM   #2
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Please show one cutting the Brisket from a carcass , then I can show my local Aussie Butcher
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YES...

I would love to see something like that, in as much detail as you can go into.
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:49 AM   #4
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I think it would be fantastic...
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Old 04-17-2013, 01:15 AM   #5
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This would be a very good idea.
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Absodamnlutely........

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Fantastic Idea!!!!!!!
I probably won't ever cut up a carcas, but how to cut steaks and the like would be very useful to me.

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Excellent idea... and great of you to offer.
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It's certainly something I would watch.
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That sounds great. One idea is for you to pick 4 or 5 cuts you think people would be interested in and set up a poll to choose the first video.
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Great Idea!
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Old 04-17-2013, 07:11 AM   #13
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At HEB we dont cut off of any carcas. HEB gets all their beef in cryo-vac pieces from our suppliers(sirloins,shortloins,striploins,tenderloi ns,ribeyes(boneless,bone-in,tri-tip,sirloin-tip knuckle, brisket,chuck roast, shoulder roast, top-round, eye-round, rump-roast,Chuck short ribs,Boneless short ribs,chuck tenders,pectoral muscle,skirt steak,flank steak,

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Cutting meat off off carcases is a thing of the past due to high volume shopping. Our market does close to 300k in a week and 400k during x-mas and thats just 1 of the many markets.
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I would love this. I went ahead and "thanked" you, but I'll remove it if you don't follow through . . .
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I work as a butcher/meat cutter. Would you like to learn how to cut different meats? I can make short videos of how to trim, cut, tie. prep, de-bone different cuts. I can show you ways to save money while at the store by merchandising different cuts and getting ideas. Just a thought. I know youtube has almost everything but this would be set up for just the brethren.
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