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Mentges Master Meats Traditional Continental Smallgoods

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Kanangra Drv (Cnr Bushland Drv) Taree NSW
2.2 km away
4.8
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McGrath Meats

Fresh retail & wholesale meats in Taree

40A Muldoon St Taree NSW 2430
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Bruce Langs Butchery

Quality meats in Taree

Cnr Manning & Wynter Sts Taree NSW 2430
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Cundletown Butchery

Old fashioned service with new fashion cuts

55 Main St Cundletown NSW 2430
5.6 km away
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Cundletown Gourmet Meats & Chicken

Your family butcher shop

3/6 Else St Cundletown NSW 2430
5.6 km away
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Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ
What is the most expensive cut of meat?

The most expensive cut of beef is the American Wagyu. This type of beef comes from Wagyu cows imported from Japan but raised in the U.S. They are rare and expensive but very tender and flavourful.

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How long will fresh meat keep in the fridge?

Red meat and pork can remain in the fridge for up to 5 days. If frozen it will last between 4-12 months.

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What are the cheapest cuts of meat?

The cheapest cuts of meat are shin, neck, shoulder and brisket. They are usually the ones that need slow cooking, but they can still taste delicious.

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What do butchers do?

Butchers are responsible for receiving, storing, dressing and reselling meat products in accordance with sanitation and food preparation law.

Wingham Beef Exports

Quality meet in Taree

1295 Gloucester Rd Wingham NSW 2429
10.3 km away
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Lambert’s Quality Meats

20 Manning St Taree NSW 2430
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Centrepoint Fresh Chickens & Game Meats

Victoria St Taree NSW 2430
0.2 km away
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Centrepoint Gourmet Meat & Chicken

10/157 Victoria St Taree NSW 2430
0.2 km away
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Taree Central Meats

Manning St Taree NSW 2430
0.2 km away
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Taree West Plaza Butchery

3/100 Commerce St Taree NSW 2430
1.1 km away
4.5
2 Reviews
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Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ
What is the most expensive cut of meat?

The most expensive cut of beef is the American Wagyu. This type of beef comes from Wagyu cows imported from Japan but raised in the U.S. They are rare and expensive but very tender and flavourful.

FAQ
How long will fresh meat keep in the fridge?

Red meat and pork can remain in the fridge for up to 5 days. If frozen it will last between 4-12 months.

FAQ
What are the cheapest cuts of meat?

The cheapest cuts of meat are shin, neck, shoulder and brisket. They are usually the ones that need slow cooking, but they can still taste delicious.

FAQ
What do butchers do?

Butchers are responsible for receiving, storing, dressing and reselling meat products in accordance with sanitation and food preparation law.