Are my Pre-Packaged Steaks WHOLE or MEAT GLUED?? – WHAT ARE WE EATING?? – The Wolfe Pit

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Have you ever seen those prepackaged flavored ribeye steaks in the meat department in your local grocery store? I’ve seen them a bunch of times but have always been afraid to try them! Well today I put my fears to the side and gave them a try! Were they any good? Watch and see!

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  1. TheWolfePit
    TheWolfePit says:

    Have you ever seen those prepackaged flavored ribeye steaks in the meat department in your local grocery store? I've seen them a bunch of times but have always been afraid to try them! Well today I put my fears to the side and gave them a try! Were they any good? Watch and see!

    SUBSCRIBE – https://goo.gl/6hkChx

    Help support The Wolfe Pit! – https://goo.gl/98hVCN

    Make a One Time Donation! – https://goo.gl/4BMDva

    Items I use in my videos – https://goo.gl/kah8h4

    Check out my other channel – https://goo.gl/P6H5ee

    Social Media Links:

    Website – https://TheWolfePit.Com

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/381019335339668/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheWolfePit

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewolfepit/

    Website: http://www.thewolfepit.com

    "Broken Reality" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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  2. Off_mah_lawn
    Off_mah_lawn says:

    I feel bad for Chef’s requested. If you go on google street view, you’ll see their parking lot was full of cars. It is certainly on them for their choice to use poor quality meats, but it is sad to see a small business go.

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  3. Chris P. Bacon
    Chris P. Bacon says:

    I don't know that it's fair to say one video ruined a company; imagine the forecast was on the horizon when the dollar route was taken. Take heed, and responsibility, for product quality. Did fifteen restaurants make the same decision after all stumbling upon an opinion based on a bargain beef? 🤔

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  4. Jason Gardner
    Jason Gardner says:

    Fuck them. I don't feel any sympathy at all. How does that guy sleep at night knowing he's partially responsible for selling shit/poison food. How do work for a company that knowingly sells this "food" to dollar stores that prey on the poor and uninformed? If he would have done HIS due diligence he would've known dollar stores are terrible and somewhat racist establishments. I can't believe the nerve if him getting mad and indignant. The gall of some people. Wow.

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  5. Gage Turner Barbell
    Gage Turner Barbell says:

    I work as a butcher and meat cutter for a grocery store. These are Utility grade ribeyes which are the cuts that are basically the best of the very worst. Basically they are from Small, malnourished, old and sick cattle. I've had to cut the utility ribeyes before from the entire "ribeye" which I wouldn't even call it a ribeye. it has the worst taste, Smell and texture of any meats. Ive seen gooey yellow slime and orange colored fat on them, the smell is almost like really bad breath lol none of these cheap steaks are worth it and is basically all the greedy pricks wanting more money at the cost of the people eating garbage.

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  6. ArmouredLemming
    ArmouredLemming says:

    That isn't the meat sizzling, that's the barbecue hissing at you for putting these sorry excuses of meat cuts on it's grills..
    The only think more sorry looking is that cost to order them directly.

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  7. Tracy Hart
    Tracy Hart says:

    A supermarket ribeye would never need to be "tenderized" The supermarkets have tenderizing machines that they run tough cuts like topside through so they can be tender if cooked on the grill as they are a stewing meat….

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  8. The Grim Reaper
    The Grim Reaper says:

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  9. LadyGreenEyes964
    LadyGreenEyes964 says:

    I'd guess that "flavor" these days refers to GRAS substances – generally regarded as safe – meaning seasonings. Stuff like that, they don't have to legally list, and can thus protect recipes. And, yes, that can include the meat glues, so your idea on that could be very accurate. According to this article, they have to say on the label, in some form or another, though:
    "The USDA requires meat, egg, and poultry producers to list transglutaminase on ingredient labels, but they don’t always have to write the word out in such clear terms. You may see “TG enzyme,” “enzyme” or “TGP enzyme” used. If the food you’re holding has used the enzyme at any point in the manufacturing process, the food should also be labeled as “formed” or “reformed” meat."
    https://www.rd.com/food/meat-glue-ingredient-youre-eating/

    So, if they don't say, maybe it isn't there? Still no bargain, with way less eat that people think they are buying. Better to flavor your own steak!

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  10. cpt awesome
    cpt awesome says:

    I live in the US for a while, we obviously have processed foods and such in Canada too, but it's nothing like the products sold in the US. Can't believe they're allowed to sell half that crap lol.

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