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    Quote Originally Posted by mamatutu View Post
    Please let me know where your wife buys 5.00 chunks of beef. I will go there lickety split. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by migtig View Post
    That's why it's called a Sunday roast. You put it in the oven and by the time you get ready for dinner after church it's ready.

    I use the crockpot for almost all my roasts anymore. They turn out perfect.
    I realize this is an old post - but I haven't experienced this. It seems like crockpotting beef almost always turns out dry and tasteless.
    I am not sure how to preserve the natural juices because it seems weird that something soaking in juice should turn out dry - but cooking it slow doesn't seem to help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamSpade View Post
    I realize this is an old post - but I haven't experienced this. It seems like crockpotting beef almost always turns out dry and tasteless.
    I am not sure how to preserve the natural juices because it seems weird that something soaking in juice should turn out dry - but cooking it slow doesn't seem to help.
    The chuck roast is your friend. Almost impossible to ruin it. Leaner cuts are easy to destroy, but a good fatty hunk o' chuck is perfect every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    The chuck roast is your friend. Almost impossible to ruin it. Leaner cuts are easy to destroy, but a good fatty hunk o' chuck is perfect every time.
    Yep. Chuck roast... and only chuck roast in a crock pot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stgislander View Post
    Yep. Chuck roast... and only chuck roast in a crock pot.
    Yep... Out here you also can get a English Roast, it's the cross rib cut that's boneless.
    It's out of the shoulder, its high in muscle content and connective tissue so it can be tough if not cooked low and slow...
    I generally cook a roast around 230 for 10-12 hours but after reading here I'm gonna try under 200 for a overnight and see what the difference is..
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