1. I bought ground beef at Safeway the other day and it was way more expensive than it is a butcher boy. Butcher boy appears to be the cheapest and best.

  2. I like Butcher Boy. My wife also got me, for my birthday a couple of years ago, the meat grinder attachment for our Kitchen Aid stand mixer. I love being able to customize what goes into my ground meat and it is super easy to use.

  3. Whatever you do, don't be tempted to do sausage with it. It's a pain in the ass. Get a vertical sausage stuffer. Took a quarter of the time and a tenth of the work.

  4. I'm happy to hear I'm not the only one who's noticed this! I recently have switched to only buying ottenbreits ground beef. If you check out their website it'll tell you where you can find their products in Regina. The other suggestions have been great so far too!

  5. Ground beef is some thing every rancher usually has excess off. I sell it for 4.50 a pound. But usually sell it the day I pick up Cow from butcher.

  6. Food quality also suffers along with food inflation. I have noticed the very worst of produce at a lot of stores as well.

  7. Ukrainian co-op!! It’s an inside ground round. And usually very similar to in store prices. So good. Best hamburger meat in the city

  8. Felingers on Quebec and 12th (most underrated butcher in my opinion due to sketchy location) and Ukrainian coop. I don't do butcher boy anymore. I think Ukrainian is better product and relative dame price. Felingers is cheaper then butcher boy. However I haven't gone to butcher boy in years so maybe it isn't as expensive as it used to be.

  9. Superstores regular ground beef is made from frozen beef cheeks and in store trim, while lean and extra lean are made with frozen bull meat and factory bagged trim. The regular ground beef is therefore, better tasting meat as its from better animals. Bull meat is tough before it gets ground.

  10. Was never that when i was there - just came in preground tubes in regular, lean, and extra lean. I should remember, I was the guy who ground up the beef.

  11. We buy direct from a farmer. 1/4 or 1/2 of a cow aw a time, they send it to a butcher and we go pick it up. The ground beef ends up being around Costco price, but the steaks and everything else are also around that same price.

  12. Lots of old cows and bulls getting slaughtered right now with the feed and water shortage in prairies. Quality should improve across the board in the next few weeks. Not many old critters left in the countryside to kill.

  13. You could look into a newer local to Regina delivery/pickup meat company called meatmeatgo. I haven't tried it personally but have heard his products are all high quality though people who have. He sources locally himself.

  14. There is a beef lady at the Centennial Market every weekend, it's good quality and cheaper than the grocery store.

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