The salesman drove up to my house and knocked on the door. He was driving a new van with the business name and pictures of meat painted all over it. Since it wasn't some guy in a rusted old van, I figured it was a legitimate business. He used the come-on about a customer who didn't have room in his freezer for his entire order so he had leftovers, and he needed to make a quota, so he was offering the meat at a big discount. *** The price was reasonable for the cuts and quality it looked like he was selling. The meat is awful. It is like eating shoe leather. We have eaten three different cuts and only one was half way decent (half way). The T-Bone steaks were so tough that my jaw ached from the chewing. Even an extremely sharp serrated steak knife had difficulty cutting through it. The marbling is not marbling at all, it is gristle and inedible, so 15% to 20% of the meat cannot be eaten. I won't feed the meat to my dog because I could be charged with cruelty to animals.
I just spent $10.00 on Amazon for a meat tenderizing hammer, and I am also going to buy some powdered meat tenderizer. Maybe the combination of powdered tenderizer and hammering will make the meat edible, but I am not optimistic. I don't know how they stay in business because no one who buys this garbage will ever do business with them again. I guess there are enough first time suckers, like me unfortunately, to keep them in business.