This is a discussion on Aldi's vs. Name Brands within the Garden, Canning, Long Term Food Storage forums, part of the Survival Food Procurement category; I dunna know, almost everything I buy name brand or not I doctor up. They make for the masses tastes, which is not always my ...
I dunna know, almost everything I buy name brand or not I doctor up. They make for the masses tastes, which is not always my taste. Why not buy cheaper and make it the flavor you like?
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Corned beef is a salt-cured beef product. The term comes from the treatment of the meat with ... Libby, McNeill & Libby Corned Beef, 1898. Although the ... Today, around 80% of the global canned corned beef supply originates from Brazil.
It looks like some sort of meat preserve.
It is very difficult to see any sort of canned meat in my country, in the supermarket you will only find some canned fish or viena saussage, besides that there is very little. We do not consume much canned food.
Usually we buy fresh meat ( just refrigerated) or frozen. Also there are itens like ham and salami-like things.
But it makes sense that exported meat would preserve better if canned, due to the distance and the transport time.
The tougher pieces of meat are usually cooked in a stew using the pressure cooker.
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The fresh corned beef (also used for Jewish beef brisket) comes with a packet which contains peppercorns. Corned beef is a New York-Irish thing. Our great grandmothers in the ghettos learned about the corned beef from their Jewish neighbors. You won't find corned beef in Ireland, but here it's what everyone cooks on St. Patty's Day.
For what it is worth, I find that the lettuce and celery that I can get at Aldi's is consistently fresher and better quality that that I can get at my local Cub Foods or Target store. I also find no difference in the quality/taste of other items like cheese, peanut butter and yogurt.
Yeah I'm serving Aldi's spring mix lettuce tonight and the quality is right there with any of the main supermarkets in my area as well as Costco.
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