One of the other local Walmarts carries the ground beef, turkey and pork as well as the beef and chicken. Yesterday I stopped off and picked those three up to go along with the beef and chicken.
As I type this I am eating an open faced roast beef sandwich made with Keystone canned beef. I could have made a bit more gravy, but other than that it is just like any open faced roast beef sandwich I would make the day after we have roast beef... in other words YUM. How is that for an endorsement?
What Keystone doesn't say is that the beef is packed in its own juices, so you'll have some congealed fat in the can. This is a good thing because while it tastes pretty damn good right out of the can it is so much better when heated up and the excess fat has been drained off. There is plenty of fat and juices (no water added says Keystone) to make proper gravy, I cheated and just used a couple of boullion cubes and a bit of water in with the beef. It really is like a pot roast that has fallen apart in the pot, it is chunks of pot roast in the can.
We cracked open the ground beef, it is a tube of ground beef in the can with juices and fat. It tastes like the beef straight from the can, mmmmm. I think it would be great for sloppy joes, spaghetti sauce, etc. The girlfriend is going to make taco meat and give me her opinion, I don't like tacos so I'll have to go with what she says.
The bottom line is these are well worth the money. Keystone can do beef and ground beef right, so I'm going to say that they can do the pork, chicken and turkey right too. I know I'm going to be adding Keystone meats to my supplies.
Canned beef is the hardest to get right in my opinion. I've tried a few other varieties of canned beef and I wasn't impressed, they basically went straight into the garbage.