Why is pork tenderloin so cheap?
It's so lean and delicious, yet i can get one for less than 3 quid at the supermarket. Yet a beef tenderloin of the same weight will cost... well, a hell of a lot more.
That doesn't really explain much. Consider the relative difference in price between different cuts of both cows and pigs. At my local supermarket the lesser cuts of beef cost around $4-5 per pound. Tenderloin is easily $20/pound--roughly four to five times the price of the more common cuts. Most cuts of pork, on the other hand, costs about $2-3 per pound, with tenderloin being only slightly higher.
The fact that cows are more expensive to raise than pigs explains why beef is on-average more expensive than pork. But it doesn't explain why that same muscle commands a quadrupling of the price in beef yet no major change in pork.
>Because pork tenderloin is shit.
How so? It's tasty. It's tender. It has all the same qualities that make beef tenderloin desirable.
...or is this some bullshit where people insist on overcooking the crap out of their pork and thereby think it's bad? That's just bad cooking not anything wrong with the tenderloin.
Beef tenderloin is shit too though. It's just that you ignorant fear-gripped carnists have weird hangups about meat where you can discern anatomical features.
Remember that throughout the aspiring middle class, frequent beef consumption is a way of showing that you've "finally made it" (much like possessing the largest flat-screen television humanly possible).
Also, beef is perceived by carnists as being safer to eat rare, and eating rare meat is how the average carnist reveals that he is a man or woman of culture (sic). In the carnist way of thinking, pork and chicken are very dangerous to eat raw. This may have something to do with the carnist's religious devotion to purchasing from shit-tier shitmeat purveyors such as Perdue or Smithfield, and their intense hostility to eating quality meat from humane farmers (a form of vegan extremism).
Your presumptions are convincingly constructed and you do a good job of portraying pretentiousness.
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Chicken liver is more nutritious, easier to prepare and tastier than chicken breasts, chickens also yield like 30x more breast than liver tissue, yet chicken breast is 3x more expensive.
Supply and demand, senpai.
Heat butter in pan, cook sliced onions in butter, add chicken liver and fry for three minutes at the very most.
For maximum quality, soak the liver in milk for twenty minutes or more beforehand.
Yep. Quickly cooking it at a high temperature and not going past medium is the key to a moist and tender pork tenderloin.
Anyone who cooks pork tenderloin past medium or tries to slow cook it needs to get their shit slapped.
Do your research /b/ro there's a beef shortage at the moment, well in fact its more demand meaning beef prices have risen 50% , you'd know this if you weren't a cheap peasant buying grain fed rubbish from big chain supermarkets , there's an alternative shop that sells meat called a butchers, save up your dole money and maybe one day you could buy a butchers sausage and chat about the topic of beef prices, till then enjoy your hormone, steroid induced tenderloin pork, mass farmed and slaughtered for cheap plebs like you
Here in Europe, the sanctions against Russia have caused a fall in pork exports to Russia, so as a result domestic pork meat is cheaper than usual here.
I don't know if the US pork market is affected by these sanctions, but that's how it is here.