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Not at all for tenderness but flavorwise you will get a much better experience. Brown it nicely (butter is your friend) and you will have a very meaty/nutty tasting stroganoff. This is just repeating SAJ14SAJ's answer in your question.
The recipe does not indicate that the beef should be browned before cooking and there is no need to. Per the instructions, all ingredients except the cream cheese go into the slow cooker together at the start. If it was intended for you to brown the beef first, that instruction would have been included. The long, slow cooking should ensure that the meat ...
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