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The meat department at my grocery store offers packages of about one pound of thin sliced beef for stir fry. I have discovered that if I buy a thinly sliced top round steak, and using kitchen scissors, cutting across the grain, I can make my own thin slices for stir fy for much less than what the butcher charges. When I get the meat home, I slice it, and usually can make two packages to put in the freezer for stir fry dinners. I believe in doing it myself. How about you?
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for years....but I don't cut it raw...I take each thin steak and roll it up....then place it in a freezer bag....then when we are going to use it we slice it while frozen.....easier....with no rubbery moving....we also cut up chicken tenders frozen too....no sawing through the meat...
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