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What's your mince option?


  • Total voters
    11

Jungnaut

YOLO Kunce
As the title demands, when you go to the shops and need to grab some mince, what type do you buy? The cost differences between the different types is phenomenal yet when you look at the product who can actually tell the difference! Vote away and say something if you like.
 

White_Lie

Look at Moi, I'm a Kunce
Whatevers cheap...
I don't really care for the reduced fat/heart smart etc beef varieties
But beef, lamb, pork, pork/veal, chicken or turkey are all regular purchases depending on what I feel like
 

Arfwit

WTF, I'm a Kunce too?
Mine comes with the rest of the side of beef so who knows what 'type' it is other than beef. Not sure I'd pay more for reduced fat or anything.
 

Repacked

Punxsutawney resident
If it's beef/pork mince I'll buy the 5% from Coles, if I need lamb mince I'l buy a leg and make my own.
 

wingman

Super M0derator
I buy 90/10 beef mince (cheaper than the other fat ratios) and also pork mince. I use a whole pack of both in my spag bol
 

steveP

Well-known member
As lean as I can get. I rarely buy it though; maybe once every 2 months. Steaks are only like $1 a kilo more.
 
Whatevers cheap...
I don't really care for the reduced fat/heart smart etc beef varieties
But beef, lamb, pork, pork/veal, chicken or turkey are all regular purchases depending on what I feel like

The lean mince in Bol sauce is abhorrent to me
 

White_Lie

Look at Moi, I'm a Kunce
Topside? Fark dat chit
Scotch or fillet for me. Maybe the odd porterhouse but I'd rather buy scotch
 
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