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    Storage Food Review: Canned Beef Stew Taste-Off - Round 4!

    Storage Food Review: Canned Beef Stew Taste-Off - Round 4!

    Canned beef stew is one of the most popular foods to store when just getting started in prepping. We will be taste tasting every brand I can find to determine the best tasting brand just as we did for the canned chili taste-off.

    Dinty Moore 20oz (Walmart)…………….2.08
    Brookdale Thick & Hearty 20oz (Aldis)………1.69

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QODf...ature=youtu.be

    And the winner is……………. Dinty Moore!

    Terry
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    I think Dinty Moore is the best tasting traditional style canned Beef stew.
    Yes we all know the meat is a little stringy and sometimes they short you on the carrots.
    Still the meats overall taste and flavor of the gravy is outstanding for canned food
    It goes well with biscuits, rolls, bread or crackers. Great for camping trips
    We thought about it for a long time, "Endeavor to persevere." And when we had thought about it long enough, we declared war on the Union

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    If you have an Aldis near you, grab a a can of the Brookdale. You might be pleasantly surprised.

    Terry
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    Dinty has always been my favorite canned beef stew.....

    but here a few years back didnt they change their meat?
    say what you mean & mean what you say!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdk1968 View Post
    Dinty has always been my favorite canned beef stew.....

    but here a few years back didnt they change their meat?
    It seemed more chewy and fatty about ten years ago, but it mattered not. It still filled you up. Maybe they bought meat from south american sources. I know with canned corned beef the Brazilian cans were not as good as the Armour made here in the states or Canada. Australian corned beef was the best of them all.
    By the way the British make a pretty good beef stew, they put it in the 24 hour ration pack.
    I have ate it on a winter camping trip
    The gravy is superb plenty of vegetables and decent pieces of beef.
    We thought about it for a long time, "Endeavor to persevere." And when we had thought about it long enough, we declared war on the Union

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