Arm Roast Bone-in
Arm Roast has been regarded as one of the leanest portions of Beef and is considered a healthy choice due to its minimal cholesterol content. It is best to prepare Arm Roast in a slow cooker. A simple yet delicious method is to marinate it with a spice rub and then cook it on low heat in a crock pot or slow cooker.
The Arm Roast is present in the Heifer Chuck part of the animal. It makes for one of the 8 primal meat portions. It is located at the meeting point of the first three ribs and the front shoulder. The cut is marked by the presence of a round bone in the middle and very little fat.
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