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    Default How to Make Hamburger Steak with Mark Rippetoe | Texas Cafe Classics

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    Rip shows you the Floral Heights Cafe recipe for hamburger steak.


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    Yes !

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    How do you get into buying meat directly if you have no connections or knowledge on the topic?

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    Locate a custom kill plant near you and ask them to put you in touch with somebody who will sell you a beef (a steer).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Locate a custom kill plant near you and ask them to put you in touch with somebody who will sell you a beef (a steer).
    Thanks.
    Other than the customization, what are the benefits to buying direct versus through a butcher?

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    It's about 1/2 the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    It's about 1/2 the money.
    That is pretty compelling. Thank you.

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    First, get a freezer. A chest-type, goes to -20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    First, get a freezer. A chest-type, goes to -20.
    The general recommendation seems to be eight cubic feet per half cow. Is that consistent with your experience?

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    I haven't measured. Just get a great big freezer.

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