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Buffalo bresaola

Postby moldy meat » Wed Jul 27, 2016 4:26 pm

i just returned from a 3,000 mile round trip drive to nebraska for a family reunion. on the way back, we happened through sturgis. i was thinking that i should get a cut of meat from a local butcher and stopped here. i ended up getting 4.7lbs of buffalo. it's a boneless rib eye and it has a nice 3 or 4 inch muscle running through the middle i plan to make a bresaola with, and i think the trimmings will be made into a landjager sausage.

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Re: Buffalo bresaola

Postby wheels » Wed Jul 27, 2016 11:16 pm

That's one heck of a trip - but when you look at it on a map of the US it's only a couple or three states. The scale of your country is amazing.

Is buffalo like beef?

Is Sturgis where they have the bike rallies? Or, is there another?

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Re: Buffalo bresaola

Postby moldy meat » Fri Jul 29, 2016 1:16 pm

wheels wrote:That's one heck of a trip - but when you look at it on a map of the US it's only a couple or three states. The scale of your country is amazing.

Is buffalo like beef?

Is Sturgis where they have the bike rallies? Or, is there another?

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yes buffalo is like beef only more lean and it has a more rich flavor.

yes the one and only sturgis where thousands of bikers meet. i was amazed to see so many bikers on the highway in montana, wyoming, south dakota and nebraska, riding without helmets or any kind of protective gear. i ride and i would never think of riding on the highway without a helmet or protective gear.

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Re: Buffalo bresaola

Postby wheels » Fri Jul 29, 2016 2:49 pm

As a paraplegic following a bike accident, I couldn't agree more.

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Re: Buffalo bresaola

Postby moldy meat » Sat Jul 30, 2016 3:57 pm

wheels wrote:As a paraplegic following a bike accident, I couldn't agree more.

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man that sucks! i was hit by a car in april. the guy changed lanes without looking. totaled my bike and fractured three bones in my foot. also sprained 2 fingers in my left hand and a lot of bumps and bruises. still dealing with a lot of pain three months later. i will also never wear anything less than a full face helmet, when i went down i did a 30mph face plant on the pavement. it would have been very ugly if i had been wearing an open face or half helmet.

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Re: Buffalo bresaola

Postby wheels » Sat Jul 30, 2016 8:12 pm

Helmets have been law over here for many years - they save lives.

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