what is your favourite form of meat product? POLL ADDED!!!!!

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favourite type of meat from this selection

beef
8
21%
pork
7
18%
chicken
10
26%
lamb
4
11%
duck
5
13%
pheasant
2
5%
ham
1
3%
veal
1
3%
mutton
0
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what is your favourite form of meat product? POLL ADDED!!!!!

Post by dubfama » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:09 pm

fresh or processed.

sparked by the mention of cured meats in another thread...

....one for the vegetarians...haha.



THOUGHT I'D ADD I LITTLE POLL AS WELL! FAVOURITE TYPE OF MEAT OUT OF THIS SELECTION?

this might help us get an idea of which animals flesh holds its own amongst the opinions of you dubsteppers...
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Post by dubfama » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:09 pm

these subjects are getting more and more obscure.... :lol:

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Post by dubfama » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:10 pm

i would say a nicely cooked duck is pretty unbeatable.

gotta stick with a nice rib eye steak though with pepper sauce. yum.

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Post by Pada » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:11 pm

Linda McCartney meals ;)
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Post by dubfama » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:13 pm

if it had to be vege products then linda mcartney deep country pies are pretty buzzin or the sausages. they arent bad in a saus sarn. hahaha

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Post by kins83 » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:14 pm

Sirloin Steak, so rare it's still mooing.
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Post by Pi-Krust » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:20 pm

dubfama wrote:if it had to be vege products then linda mcartney deep country pies are pretty buzzin or the sausages. they arent bad in a saus sarn. hahaha
Linda Mcartney meals suck ass all day long,there quite vile imo.I don't understand why some veggies want to eat products that remind them of meat,eat vegetables fools.How about a range of imitation veg for the hardcore carnivores?[sausagemeat dyed orange and shaped like a carrot,that sort of thing]. :twisted:

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Post by magma » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:22 pm

dubfama wrote:i would say a nicely cooked duck is pretty unbeatable.
Yup, Duck is the fucking bomb meat. Also, shouts out to Pigeon, Grouse, Pheasant and all the rest of the gamebird crew. Get in my belly!

Bacon, though. Very little is as tasty, hassle-free and adaptable as a good bit of bacon.

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Post by dubsteptim » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:25 pm

Steak. Filet Mignon is preferred, but New York Strip & Ribeye are tasty as well!
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Post by .spec » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:32 pm

bassmonk wrote: Linda Mcartney meals suck ass all day long,there quite vile imo.I don't understand why some veggies want to eat products that remind them of meat,eat vegetables fools.How about a range of imitation veg for the hardcore carnivores?[sausagemeat dyed orange and shaped like a carrot,that sort of thing]. :twisted:
I don't know shit about Linda Mcartney's food but in Seattle there's a company that makes what they call grain meat even though it's really nothing like meat at all but it's top notch. I can't speak for every vegetarian but for me it's not as much about having meat substitutes as it is a textural thing. If I'm at home making a sandwich I'd rather put a couple slices of field roast on it then to just have some cheese between two slices of bread.

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Post by elbe » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:35 pm

tricky......very tricky, I think this needs splitting into classes.

still, over all, I think just snatched by Chorizo.
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Post by Pi-Krust » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:40 pm

.spec wrote:
bassmonk wrote: Linda Mcartney meals suck ass all day long,there quite vile imo.I don't understand why some veggies want to eat products that remind them of meat,eat vegetables fools.How about a range of imitation veg for the hardcore carnivores?[sausagemeat dyed orange and shaped like a carrot,that sort of thing]. :twisted:
I don't know shit about Linda Mcartney's food but in Seattle there's a company that makes what they call grain meat even though it's really nothing like meat at all but it's top notch. I can't speak for every vegetarian but for me it's not as much about having meat substitutes as it is a textural thing. If I'm at home making a sandwich I'd rather put a couple slices of field roast on it then to just have some cheese between two slices of bread.
Don't get me wrong some of my all time fave meals are totally veggie.I just don't understand certain peeps who say they're veggie but don't eat any green stuff,just live off veggie burgers all day long,wtf?.

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Post by __________ » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:45 pm

hmmm hard question

gammon, duck, bacon, homebrew beef burgers...fuck me, home made burgers taste good

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Post by dubfama » Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:03 pm

bassmonk wrote:
dubfama wrote:if it had to be vege products then linda mcartney deep country pies are pretty buzzin or the sausages. they arent bad in a saus sarn. hahaha
Linda Mcartney meals suck ass all day long,there quite vile imo.I don't understand why some veggies want to eat products that remind them of meat,eat vegetables fools.How about a range of imitation veg for the hardcore carnivores?[sausagemeat dyed orange and shaped like a carrot,that sort of thing]. :twisted:
i used to be a veggie and i can cook some tastey as fuck vegetarian meals but if i was to choose between meat substitute products then linda mcartney takes the biccy ye dun know

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Re: what is your favourite form of meat product?

Post by step correct » Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:11 pm

dubfama wrote:fresh or processed.

sparked by the mention of cured meats in another thread...

....one for the vegetarians...haha.


SO there are people that would rather go with processed meats over fresh cuts?? :?:

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Post by dubfama » Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:14 pm

Step Correct wrote:
dubfama wrote:fresh or processed.

sparked by the mention of cured meats in another thread...

....one for the vegetarians...haha.


SO there are people that would rather go with processed meats over fresh cuts?? :?:

depends entirely on your mood and the quality of the fresh or processed product. as well as the context in which the meat product is being served or consumed. so many variables, so many meats.

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Post by dubfama » Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:18 pm

any sort of cured meat is amazing mmmm. saucisson sect. TASTEY. or any type of salami or cured sausage or ham or anything MMMMMMMMMM SALTY AND DRY!!!


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Post by elbe » Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:20 pm

Step Correct wrote:
dubfama wrote:fresh or processed.

sparked by the mention of cured meats in another thread...

....one for the vegetarians...haha.


SO there are people that would rather go with processed meats over fresh cuts?? :?:
question is what is processed, smoked bacon has been through a process....but to answer you question yes, as I answered chorizo
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Post by step correct » Tue Feb 17, 2009 6:15 pm

OK then

Unprocessed - raw albacore tuna

Processed - Smoked Prosciutto (of high quality)

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Post by firky » Tue Feb 17, 2009 6:31 pm

Seafood:
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Processed (chorizo):
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Unprocessed:
Good mature fillet steak from a good butchers, none of that supermarket shit.

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I seldom eat red meat though as I am intolerant to it and it makes me feel sick :(
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