ButcherBox: How to Get Quality Meat Delivered to Your Door by Dr. Jamie Krenn

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ButcherBox: How to Get Quality Meat Delivered to Your Door

Finding the right cut of meat for your family can be difficult, as butcher shops slowly fade and top-shelf grocery store's prices appear out of reach. ButcherBox is a helpful way for families to stock their fridge and freezer with great cuts of grass-fed beef, organic and pastured chicken, along with heritage breed pork. I love it!

You can sign up for different box sizes and proteins. They also send recipes and preparation ideas, helpful to any kitchen. Plus, they ship for FREE. Learn more about ButcherBox!

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Donna John
I've never heard of ButcherBox, Dr. Jamie Krenn . Their recipes look amazing! Definitely going to check more into this. Thanks for sharing!
Donna John
Dr. Jamie Krenn , do you still use ButcherBox?

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