I have been on a mission lately on corned beef and pastrami, haven’t I? Last week, it was WalMart’s house brand, and I’ve previously covered Dietz & Watson, Vienna Beef, and others. This week, it’s up to sausage town Milwaukee, to cover one of their iconic brands, Klement’s, which was on sale at one of my local groceries for $6.99 a pound, almost half the price of national brands.
Klement’s is full of rich flavor and has a fairly nice texture/chewability.
Ingredients and nutrition are not found on the Klement’s site, unfortunately.
The product is showing a little of that iridescent one occasionally sees on sliced meat, which naturally occurs when the iron in meat comes in contact with a knife or slicer resulting in a slight oxidation. The sharper the knife or slicer, the more brilliant the colors.
Klement’s can go on my ‘regular’ list, especially when it’s at this price point. Chicago’s Vienna Beef remains my number one choice, preferred for its texture.
I’m working up to trying to make corned beef and pastrami at home; any suggestions would surely be appreciated. If you have a craving and want to order quality corned beef or other meat products, just click over to our Amazon shop.
Klements Corned Beef Review