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Bunch of Bull

Disclaimer: If you're a vegetarian, you can skip this post.

I get so confused at the grocery store sometimes. There are a gazillion cuts of meat and I can never remember what to use for which type of cooking. Is it just me, or do there seem to be a lot more different types available than there used to be?

I went on a Google mission to find something I could print out and keep in my planner and purse to reference when I'm at the store (yes, I'm that person).

So, found one here, and thought I would share! It includes suggested ways to prepare different cuts of beef and is a great resource!

2009 IS the year of the cow!!! If your birthday is before February 4, then your astrological sign is Rat, not Cow. Cow people should have a nice Rat year in 2008. Many things end up with their expectation. However, it won't be the same in the year of Cow. Many Unlucky Stars are coming to Cow people and there is no strong Lucky Stars coming to help them. Therefore, the fortune of 2009 is unstable and unpredictable. Troubles and obstacles will appear soon or later and wait for the challenge. Cow people need to pay attention on everything during the entire year of the Cow.MOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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  1. Thanks for sharing! Not only will I use it, I passed it along ;-)

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  2. I'm not a big meat eater- but I see that being a great resource in the future.

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  3. Thanks for sharing this...I will be using this..

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  4. I am so that person too and I this is perfect for all of us that buy cuts of meat and then aren't sure how to prepare it!!! Thanks!

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