One of the most frequently asked questions I get is about the meat I feed my family. How do I get cheap meat? Where do I purchase my meat? Am I picky about the quality? In the past I’ve often bartered with neighbors for high quality meat, purchased meat in bulk on sale or was lucky enough to get some meat from the HH’s work. But lately I’ve been pretty loyal to Zaycon Foods.
Zaycon is a company based out of Washington that has kinda taken the country by storm. They bring meat direct from the farm in refrigerated trucks to their customers at wholesale prices. The products are as fresh as if you had your own farm, but without all the chores! And the quality of meat is amazing. I was a little hesitant at first because, with prices that low, I suspected I’d get bottom of the barrel meat. Nope. It was so good! So what’s the catch? Well you have to buy in bulk. As in 40lbs at a time!
That took a little getting used to, but I’ve actually really liked that. I can devote an entire afternoon to bagging, cooking and freezing all that meat, and just get it out of the way. I also make a ton of freezer meals out of it, so it really saves me so much time in the long run. Plus I love having a freezer stocked full of high quality meat!
Zaycon has upcoming chicken events all over the country. Check out if you live near one HERE. Trust me you won’t regret it!
I used my last order of Zaycon chicken to make these delicious Spicy Thai Chicken Kabobs. Soo good!
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