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36 minutes ago, sm1mex said:

You could try Los Tres Butchery on the lateral mountain side east of TelMex. They sell US beef and Senora. We buy the Senora and it is great. US $$. 

We used to live in SONORA and almost all of the good beef was shipped out of there and probably most of it arrived here.  We buy the SONORAN rib eye from Los 3 Butchery. YumYum!   We don't think it is that expensive compared to buying other beef products locally that you simply can't cut or chew. 

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30 minutes ago, ibarra said:

We used to live in SONORA and almost all of the good beef was shipped out of there and probably most of it arrived here.  We buy the SONORAN rib eye from Los 3 Butchery. YumYum!   We don't think it is that expensive compared to buying other beef products locally that you simply can't cut or chew. 

Thank you for shopping local small businesses.

 

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Yes. We buy Sonora all the time at the Butchery. They also have a selection of imported US beef but more $$ than Sonora. We prefer the Sonora over US as Sonora is tender and great flavor. They also have many more choices other than beef. 

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10 hours ago, sm1mex said:

Yes. We buy Senora all the time at the Butchery. They also have a selection of imported US beef but more $$ than Senora. We prefer the Senora over US as Senora is tender and great flavor. They also have many more choices other than beef. 

It is the State of SONORA, not Senora.       Senora (señora) =   madam, lady, ma'am, - dama, amiga, 

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There is a misconception about USDA inspected meat.  Just because it is USDA inspected does not mean  the meat comes from the United States.  Cattlemen in the USA have tried to get legislation to show where the beef comes from but so far this has not happened.  So the USDA steak could come from Mexico, Canada or anywhere.  There are government inspectors but meat processors can apply to be their own inspectors and apply the USDA certification.  So the steak you buy may not be USA meat and may not even be government certified.  Here in Mexico I would buy Sonora steaks just as quickly as USDA certified ones.  Costco probably knows where their steaks come from but I am sure many suppliers do not.

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