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Old 01-20-2020, 06:31 PM   #1
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Hi All Just got an E mail from Creekstone Farms they a good sale going on!
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Old 01-20-2020, 07:46 PM   #2
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It's a decent sale, but I usually try to stock up when they put them on sale for $69.99 for 4 racks of St. Louis.
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I've never ordered from Creekstone, but eventually, I'd like to try one of their briskets. Given the price, do their briskets require a lot of trimming? I'm okay with paying to try a high end product, but am curious if I'm going to trim 8 lbs of fat off a $140/piece of meat.

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I've never ordered from Creekstone, but eventually, I'd like to try one of their briskets. Given the price, do their briskets require a lot of trimming? I'm okay with paying to try a high end product, but am curious if I'm going to trim 8 lbs of fat off a $140/piece of meat.

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I've only cooked a couple of them and didn't weigh my trimmings. Overall I thought they needed less trimming than the briskets I typically cook, but they absolutely needed some trimming. The fat caps on them didn't need as much trimming.
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