Stew Meat

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Chunks of meat that are used as an ingredient for a dish containing stewed meat and vegetables. Fresh stew meat is usually taken from the tougher cuts of beef, pork, or lamb because the stewing process tenderizes the meat. The chunks or cubes are usually bite size, but they can be smaller or larger depending on the recipe or personal preference. The best beef stew meat is from the chuck because it is very flavorful.

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