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  1. Default Rib Eye or Sirloin Steak?

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    I'm thinking of getting one of these this week off an online site, i've never tried either before so just wanted to get some opinions on which of the two people prefer. When i have steak i usually go for rump steak and i like it well done. I hear rib eye is best if it's done medium rare as this melts the fat in the meat and gives it more flavour so maybe sirloin would be the better choice seen as though i like my steaks well done.

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    That's the website i'm getting them from, i'd be interested to see if anyone has any experience with this site as it will save me quite abit on chicken breasts if it turns out to be good stuff.

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    Boneless Chicken Breast Fillets 2.5kg/5.5lb (approx 10 fillets)
    £12.99
    Boneless Leg Of Lamb Steaks 1.36kg/3lb (approx 9 steaks)
    £11.99
    10 Rib Eye Steaks 1.81kg/4lb (serves 10)
    £27.99
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    10 Sirloin Steaks 1.81kg/4lb (serves 10)
    £27.99

    Delivery is free for orders over £50

    Anyone else on the forum eat leg of lamb steaks? i think i used to have them years ago and they were pretty tasty from what i remember. Are they a good choice of meat for bodybuilding purposes? Also back onto the beef steaks is the nutritional content similar between sirloin and rib eye or is there a big difference in protein, carbs, fat etc.
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    Rib eye.

    Although you must take into account if it is bone in or not?
    The rib eye should be a pricier cut, mabye it's the same price because you are paying for a bit of bone?
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    Lamb is a good choice for BBing as is all meat really, it depends more on your overall diet i.e are you consuming fresh whole foods whenever possible?, are you getting a good balance of each macronutrient including fat? are you consuming enough calories to grow on?

    As for steak my preference is always gonna be rib eye but sometimes the pocket doesn't allow it

    If I can't have rib eye then sirloin is ok, I never eat rump.
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    For taste Rib Eye all the way.

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    I prefer sirloin personally

    nothing tastier than sirloin, little salt and pepper and fried in a griddle pan for about 2-3mins a side

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    For taste Rib Eye all the way.

    Agree!
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    I believe Rib Eye has more fat thus more flavour.

    I'd go with Rib Eye any day. Only last week I devoured an 18oz... lush!
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    ribeye for me too
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    Why not rump ... its a good price and tastes good ?
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    Originally Posted by Pulsar_GTI View Post
    Why not rump ... its a good price and tastes good ?
    Have you tried rib eye?

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