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I had a request from a Dr. Gourmet fan for a pot roast recipe, and in the same week I was watching Jacques Pepin and Julia Child make pot roast on their lovely show. Most recipes call for shoulder or chuck, but Jacques was using bottom round and I was so happy because that's what I've always used. It is a little leaner, so it has fewer calories than a traditional cut used for pot roast, but I think it's more flavorful. There's the same amount of marbling in the beef, but it is easier to trim the excess fat from the bottom round.
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