Message from Riefen in Southern Front #general
If we ever do that cook out you'll have some trad european meat cooked.
ever have roasted lamb?
I can bring some from my steaks that family grow
I had lamb once it's okay but I hate sheep
I think our main mission right now is grow our district and other state chapters
we should go to the amish in KY and get us a whole calf to grill and cook. they're pretty cheap. we always do it
What's a good way to "grill" when living in an apartment? Won't be in a house for almost 6 more months.
Lamb is best Middle Eastern style from what I've had.
How much are calves?
Or to a salebarn
Salebarn for dairy bull calfs are like 20
@Riefen get a small grill and just ask where you can set it up and there ya go
we get ours for 100 and its a lot of meat. Well fed
I had always been told growing up that cows were ridiculously expensive. We always grew goats for meat/milk livestock because of cost
I have a dairy
I have the smallest breed
Why doesn't everybody just buy calves and eat them then? Unwilling to butcher?
Or is it a fairly well kept secret?
too lazy to drive or no space for the meat
we had to buy a extra freezer
Plus look how cute they are
Let's don't kill it daddy
Trust me they lost their cuteness after messing with them for a few weeks
not only does the meat taste better from the amish or local farms but you're giving your money to your own people who work hard for it
not some zog company
My family raises its own beef
I'm eating Jersey steer (dairy cow ) beef right now
mine did too back in europe
What's the easiest way to butcher an animal that large? I imagine it's not like a deer where you can just field dress its guts and slice up the meat with carving knives.
Don't cows have four stomachs? Does that make it more difficult?
In Egyptian art, Egyptians are white and sub-saharans are black. That is beyond hilarious to me