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Old 02-09-2007, 11:14 AM   #11
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So everyone that orders from these places have a stand alone freezer right? I was looking at ordering some stuff yesterday and then I thought..."wait a minute, where the heck am I going to put 50 #lb's of beef?"

I think my wife would be a little mad if she came home and I had to empty out the freezer and part of the fridge to put 50 lbs of beef in there.
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Old 02-09-2007, 01:48 PM   #12
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I can fit 50 pounds of beef and 10 pounds of veggies with just a bit of extra room in my freezer. I have a vertically oriented setup, that is, freezer above refrigerator.

I do, however, live alone and thus do not have to worry about needing room for anything else.
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Ha same here Elliot. Tastes great mixed up with some eggs, grass-fed butter, red onions and fire roasted balsalmic butter sauce veggies from TJ's.
Thanks! I bought some of those yesterday and had them this morning, they are really good!
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Yeah, I'm hoping 80 to 125 lbs. fit in my freezer... I live by myself and all I really keep in there is just some frozen berries and stuff...

It is only $3.10 to $3.25 a pound but a quarter animal minimum... There's a ranch that will sell me a tenth instead, but at $7 a lb (so about the same price.)
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