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What does meat have to do with videogames, you say? Oh, c’mon. Surely you’ve whipped a cinder block or two in your childhood that somehow produced an energy-filling pork chop.If heroes of old haven’t protein-reinforced your walls and you’re still going to the store to find good meat at full price, well then you’re not living the dream. Sit on the couch and magically teleport the meat party directly to you through the wonders of the Internet. That’s exactly what ButcherBox does: They deliver chunks of high-quality meat right to your door. Want in? I’ve gotten Butcher Box to stock the Destructoid Store full of meat, and they’ve knocked down the price by up to 49%.
Get your high-quality protein on with four marked-down options:
– Chicken and Pork Box: Includes bacon (10 oz), organic, free-range chicken breasts (1.25 lb), thighs (1.25 lb) & pork chops (two 8 oz chops), and a $20 credit toward an additional subscription
– Steak, Chops, and Chicken Box: Includes bacon (10 oz), organic, free-range chicken breasts (1.25 lb), pork chops (two 8 oz chops), ribeye steak (two 10 oz steaks, NY strips (two 10 oz steaks) & top sirloin steaks (four 5 oz steaks), and a $20 credit toward an additional subscription box
– Beef and Pork Box: Includes bacon (10 oz), ground beef (2 lb), sirloin tips (1 lb), top sirloin steaks (four 5 oz steaks), pork chops (two 8 oz chops), and a $20 credit toward an additional subscription box
– One-month Subscription: Your choice of the All Beef Box, the Beef, Pork & Chicken Box, the Beef & Pork Box, or the Beef & Chicken Box (8.5 lb of meat in each box).
It’s grass-feed beef, definitely worth trying. All of ButcherBox’s meat is humanely raised, antibiotic-free, hormone-free, toxin-free, and ridiculously delicious. (Plus free shipping, btw). Meat is flash-frozen at the peak of freshness, packed with dry ice, and delivered within 2-5 days of your order, so it’s super fresh when it gets to you. Santa stocking full of sirloin, anyone? Yesss … but maybe not near the fireplace.
Alright, stop drooling and go order your meat