On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, we’re answering a viewer question who asked, what is the difference between buying fresh meat vs. frozen meat?
Today’s viewer question is from #AskLiveLeanTV Ep. 019.
Here’s today’s viewer question:
@CiscoBalls on Twitter asks:
I’ve watched all the videos but I’m not sure on how you feel about freezing fresh meat or buying them frozen. Thoughts?
Brad: We do both.
We buy our organic grass fed meats from Costco.
If the only organic meat option is fresh, we will buy it fresh, then when we come home we freeze it.
However, when it comes to the chicken breasts, Costco also offers frozen organic chicken options.
Similar to the fresh chicken, the frozen organic chicken is only one ingredient, with no added sodium to preserve it.
Since we would freeze the organic chicken breasts at home anyway, we just buy it frozen.
Jess: Sometimes the frozen chicken is also the only organic option available at Costco.
Plus, organic chicken breasts are also cheaper when you buy it frozen.
Brad: Yeah, when I was thinking about the price difference, a light went off in my head.
When it comes to fresh organic chicken vs frozen organic chicken, why are we paying more for fresh, when we just freeze it when we go home.
Jess: I think a lot of foods are a little bit cheaper when you buy them frozen.
Therefore, if you are planning on freezing the meat, just buy it frozen.
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