I typically purchase the beef chuck roast and cut steaks from it in order to save some money. The bison roast is a little bit more expensive, but still saves me about $4 a pound over some of the primals. **It is way more tender and flavorful in my opinion (compared to beef chuck).**
When I cut small steaks out of the bison roast and cook them on the stove top or whatever, they never come out super chewy like the beef chuck.
I am on a cyclic Ketogenic diet and I usually consume hamburger and organ meats as opposed to leaner cuts, but every once and a while I desire lean meat. Bison Chuck is a great option.
From: Kevin | Date: 7/17/2016 2:03 PM
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Not 3 lbs - There is a Bone in the Roast
The taste was excellent, but the description is deceiving. There was a bone in the two chucks that I ordered which weighed about 12 oz. I thought this was odd since regular beef chuck never includes a bone in the roast. While the taste was excellent, I was a little disappointed because I thought I was getting a better deal than I really did.
From: Lauren | Date: 4/28/2018 11:57 PM
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I have been a customer of Wellness Meats for some time now and for the most part have been very satisfied with my purchases of a variety of meats. This is the third time I have tried the roast and the second time the experience was very unsatisfactory. The meat has been extremely gristley on two occasions. I am very reluctant to order it again.
*From USWM: We're very sorry to learn of your double disappointment. A credit has been returned to you for the most recent two Bison Chuck Roasts purchased. Rest assured we've changed nothing about how the Bison are raised, harvested or cut & packaged. We're at a loss to explain your experiences.
From: Mary | Date: 12/10/2018 3:41 PM
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