Best Beef Stew Meat in 2020

Beef Stew canned ( 14.1 Ounce / 400 Gram ) Tushonka. 100% Natural meat Review:

The first time I had Tushonka it was from a Russian MRE and I couldn't believe how good it was!! Think essence of beef. Super tasty! This product wasn't as good but very very close and I am ordering more. Next review I will get a picture. I imagine with other fixings, this would feed a family of four.

Kikkoman Stir Fry Seasoning Mix, Broccoli and Beef, 1-Ounce Packet (Pack of 24) Review:

Fast shipping. Great price. My favorite mix. My husband makes the best broccoli, chicken and beef stir fry using this package mix out of which he "magically" whips up into this wonderful gravy. YUMMY!! I'll take this any day of the week over what ever any restaurant wants to put out there!

USDA Choice Beef Stew Meat, 1 lb Review:

This was excellent. Cooked the stew in the pressure cooker for half an hour, and the meat was exceedingly tender.

Verde Farms Organic 100% Grass-Fed Stew Meat, 1 lb Review:

My husband and I are super picky when it comes to our meat. Neither of us like fatty, chewy meat and I was skeptical but gave this a shot and used it in my vegetable soup. I trimmed all the fat, browned it in the pressure cooker for a few mins and then added the other ingredients and pressure cooked for 3 min. The meat was like butter! I am so impressed! Will definitely buy again and again!

DINTY MOORE Beef Stew with Fresh Potatoes & Carrots 20 Ounce Review:

Is it as good as your mother's homemade stew with fresh ingredients, no. Does it go from can to your mouth in a few minutes after microwaving or stove heating and fill you up... yes. I like the stew and for those that won't go to the store and make their own from scratch I would say you could easily add some ingredients like pepper, or dried onions, etc. and doctor it to their liking quite easily. I am happy with the flavor as is and love the convenience of it. The prices here are cheaper by the case than buying it locally and it saves me a trip to the store so I order a new case when I get to the last can and always have it on hand. There is enough in each can to feed an average sized bowl to several people or in my case it makes two to three meals per can. If you have Tupperware or some other storage container to hold the unused portion in it's best not to leave the contents in the can even when refrigerated or it will taint the flavor of the food once opened. It is quite filling and there are a good balance of carrots to potatoes to meat chunks. The meat chunks are small enough to prevent choking and older person and soft enough that you could gum them if you had to. The potatoes and carrots are also soft so if you had dentures or whatever they wouldn't pose the same problems as fresh cooked pieces. I like this stuff a lot and my favorite used to be Nalley Big Chunk Beef Stew, but I can't find that around here.

Custom Culinary Gold Label Base, Beef, 1 Pound Review:

Amazon: please stop confusing people by combining reviews of multiple items!

Readers: I am reviewing the HAM base.

Okay then, this is really good stuff. I've used other bases (always good quality, no MSG) and this is far and away the hammiest. It is seriously hammy and salty. You just need a smidgeon. I would add that this base is quite smoky—think of it as smoked ham base. Do not be misled by people calling it "porky." It is not porky; it is hammy. And that's the bottom line: the ham flavor is dominant, not the salt flavor. That said, it's highly salty, but that's how it stays fresh in your fridge for months. Just don't season your dish until after adding your ham base and you should be fine.

100% Grass Fed Beef Stew Meat 1 Pack – 2lbs Each Pack– Delicious & Healthy Natural Beef, Protein & Omega-3 Rich, Hormone-Free, Non-GMO, Tender Juicy & Ready To Cook, For Classic American Stews Review:

Just prepared and ate this grass fed meat in a Cuban meat and potatoes recipe. Delicious!