Beef Chuck Clod Roast
The large, square-shaped chuck or shoulder is full of tough, though flavorful, muscles. The chuck is cut into a bewildering array of moderately priced multiple-muscle pot roasts popular in retail markets. Chuck roasts, which may be sold either bone-in or boned, rolled, and tied, are used in home-style cooking in many countries. Pot roasts from the chuck have more fat, and therefore more flavor, than those from the round.
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