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Q: What is the size of i will receive upon when i get my qurban meat? will it be cut into smaller pieces?
1. Australian Sheep - The meat weight of a full sheep is 15-19kg thereabouts. If you choose to receive all the meat, you will get 15-19kg. If you choose 1/3 meat you will get 5kg thereabouts.If you choose 2/3 meat you will get 10kg thereabouts.2. Australian Cow - The weight of a full cow is 90-110 kg without bones), If you choose to receive all the meat you will get the full weight of it. The meat will be cut in what butchers call the briyani cut, approximately the serving size of mutton in a plate of briyani usually each kilogram, there is 8 pcs
Yes, there is. You may let us know if you prefer your meat to be cooked or uncooked upon us receiving it, as when the meat arrives us we will let you know as from there you may let us know your preference.
Of course you're able to and don't worry, you can always drop us a whatsapp as we are able to assist in payment and sharing information regarding the qurban.
The meat will be kept in a chilled facility throughout the transaction, until it is packed for delivery in a cooler bag, ready to be sent to you. The meat is cut in what is popularly known as 'briyani cut'- 6-8pcs of meat per kg. To maintain freshness of the meat, it is advisable to keep the meat in the freezer upon receiving if you do not plan to cook it immediately.
Fortunately, our partners are able to bring in the Qurban meat from Australia to Singapore and directly deliver the meat to your doorstep in cooler bags. The meat is fresh and air flown into Singapore.You have the option of receiving 1/2, 2/3 or all of the meat. The remaining balance of the meat (if you choose not to take it all) will be donated to the poor and needy in Singapore, through our local mosques.Estimation of weight of meat are as below.Cows: 90kg-120kg (without bones)Sheep: 15kg-20kg (with bones)You may also want to consider our Briyani Cooking add on packages. For more information...