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    You have only 1 meat to eat for a year....

    I liked rickgregory's post about 3 soups, that stuff is kinda fun.

    I thought I'd do one for what your favorite meat would be, if you could eat only it for a year. By meat I mean animal flesh, anything with parents, so seafood & fish included.

    No I don't mean every meal must be this meat, I just mean when you want meat, the only meat avail to you is _____ . What would you pick?

    Me = beef!

    #2
    only one for a whole year? Okay, lamb

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      #3
      +1 Beef for me. It’s so versatile. Heck I could do the first 6 months just making different burgers.

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        #4
        real meat!

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        • Huskee
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          loophole!

        • smokenoob
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          Huskee survival tactic!

        #5
        I have to go with pork.

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          #6
          I am not sure, but I think I would choose the one that had the greatest number of ways to prepare. Of course if you could choose multiple cuts of that would be a consideration. So, fish and seafood might have the greatest diversity.
          Last edited by LA Pork Butt; September 1, 2021, 04:33 PM.

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          • FireMan
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            DavidNorcross boneless & skinless?

          • DavidNorcross
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            No Sir. Bone in for me!

          • Attjack
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            Good point. If seafood is an acceptable answer you get Salmon, shrimp, crab, whitefish and the list goes on.

          #7
          Plant based beef..smoked with pre-burned wood splits and a side of chili with canned red kidney beans.
          Last edited by Panhead John; September 1, 2021, 04:44 PM.

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          • Steve B
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            You freakin killing me PH. 😂😂

          • rodkeary
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            Served on paper plates (made from recycled materials).

          • wu7y
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            With a kale/boiled okra garnish.

          #8
          Beef.

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            #9
            These polls suck. I like all meat! But if it had to be one it would be chicken. Pork second and then beef.

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              #10
              How about if I just shoot myself!?!

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              • rickgregory
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                How would you prepare yourself... wait...

              • smokenoob
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                That would not get you through the winter, jus sayin’..

              #11
              Beef, more specifically, ribeyes!

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                #12
                Beef.

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                  #13
                  No question about it, beef. Then when the year was over I’d eat a smoked chicken or some wings, then probably cook another steak the following night.

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                    #14
                    I think chicken. Versatile, easy to cook, and cheap. After that, it’s a toss up. I like all meat.

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                      Turcowchork

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