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There is a difference beyond just the price. All-Purpose flours are not the same: Southerners tend to make more quick breads, pies, cakes, etc. where tenderness is the primary quality factor. Southern brands of all-purpose flour such as White Lily, Martha White, Red Band, Adluh and others are typically milled from wheat that naturally has a lower ...


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You've got a few things to consider -- cost of the ingredients shrinkage energy costs time costs wastage So, in our decision making tree, we have to consider the real costs of each option. Say for instance that whole roasts are on sale, so the cost of a roast is 1/2 the cost of buying the deli meat. The roast is going to lose weight as it cooks ... ...


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The price of a cut of meat depends on what cut it is (oyster blade vs fillet, for example) and where in what country you are buying it. Prime Beef is an American designation for high grade meat. You will have to go to a butcher or high end specialty shop, if you can get it at all, as such quality of meat is generally bought by restaurants and other ...


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As @Freya points out most beef that is graded as "Prime" is sold into the restaurant industry. But there is a way to get "Prime or Better" that you may wish to consider. I have both raised my own beef and bought from small ranches where they were custom finished. If you are in the US (based on your reference to "Prime") you can contact into local FFA ...


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These days, there's probably very little difference between Gold Medal and the store brand. They are both industrial products, and may well come from the same mill. As for the King Arthur, that's a more complex question. Needless to say, their organic product is, well, organic. In the all-purpose department, they will claim that theirs is more nutritious ...


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Roasting your own beef for sandwiches doesn't have to be time consuming, and you can easily get enough to make sandwichs for quite a while out of one roast. The only problem with slice your own is storage but your freezer will take care of that as long as you take care to make sure the packages you freeze in freeze as quickly as possible to prevent ice ...


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It's all depend if you are going to eat all the roast beef you prepare. If you just need three/four sandwiches, then it's probably better to buy deli meat.



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