Save money by making your own lunch meat and jerky.
When most people think of meat processing,
they think of a huge meat packing plant that deals with a thousand head of
cattle a day, or a butcher shop handling the big game brought in during hunting
season. What about the "homesteader", the "weekend farmer" or the frugal
homemaker who buys meat in a large quantity to enjoy the significant "price per
pound" savings? Meat processing includes turning a large boneless ham into
sliced lunch meat, and chuck roast into quality, low-fat ground beef.
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Tip: Use partially frozen meat when slicing it for jerky. It's easier to handle and the slices maintain a more uniform shape.