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Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« on: February 06, 2019, 01:01:36 PM »
So the last time I visited I had this grand plan to save tons of money by going to the grocery store as soon as I arrived. My villa came equipped with a grill and I planned on utilizing it instead of eating out every day.

Went to the store and got everything I thought I'd need: hamburger meat, hot dogs, chicken, cheese, ketchup- figured I was pretty much set.

After throwing some burgers with cheese on the grill, I soon found out that their hamburger meat tasted nothing like ours, in the U.S and the cheese- Shit was tangy and straight up nasty! I ended up throwing it all out and wasting a lot of money.

Anyway, I'm back at it again with plans to cook on my grill for my stay but this time I want to import my food from the U.S by packing it in a suitcase and bringing it with me.

Has anyone every done this before? Any best practices or words of caution?

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2019, 01:38:51 PM »
I once brought in thanksgiving dinner. My understanding is if they wanted to they could stop you from bringing in meats; however I’ve never heard of that happening to a tourist.

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2019, 01:43:09 PM »
You can't bring meat into the country. If they scan your bag when you get there and see it they will confiscate it. I bought meat in 3 times first 2 times I got it thru the 3rd time they caught it and took it. I know security was grilling and eating good that night! Good luck

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2019, 03:06:13 PM »
It's all about whether you get caught. Here's an old thread about this on DR1.com:

https://dr1.com/forums/showthread.php/160479-Frozen-Meat-in-Carry-On-Allowed

NOTE: DR1.com is a G-rated forum. They will kick you out for any sex-related or mongering discussions.
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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2019, 04:02:48 PM »
I am not picky, but yeah the hamburger meat down there is barely edible. Seems like half of what you get in a burger is bread and some kind of spices they throw in. On the North Coast I stick with fish, chicken. I even eat the little oysters the guy hauls around the beach packed in ice. A bit dangerous maybe but I never had a problem.

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2019, 04:38:48 PM »
I never had a problem I go to BJs & get a 20 pack of hamburgers & whatever as long as it’s frozen & rap it up good you be ok my friend
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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2019, 05:07:47 PM »
I never had a problem I go to BJs & get a 20 pack of hamburgers & whatever as long as it’s frozen & rap it up good you be ok my friend

Thanks, that was what I was kinda thinking.

I mean what's the worst that can happen, they confiscate it?

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2019, 05:10:11 PM »
It's all about whether you get caught. Here's an old thread about this on DR1.com:

https://dr1.com/forums/showthread.php/160479-Frozen-Meat-in-Carry-On-Allowed

NOTE: DR1.com is a G-rated forum. They will kick you out for any sex-related or mongering discussions.

Good shit Fuente! All signs point to go.

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #8 on: February 06, 2019, 05:37:51 PM »
I do it all the time and have so for years. Back when the Shark Bar was open on Pedro Clisante Lou had a friend who flew in every few weeks and brought steaks. I did the same thing after asking the questions. Good to pack it solid to keep frozen.

Have not had any problems. I bring steaks and hamburger meat.

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #9 on: February 06, 2019, 05:49:20 PM »
Here's the official word from the U.S. side:

https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/whatcanibring/items/frozen-food

I know people who have brought frozen meat to the DR in their checked baggage.
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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #10 on: February 06, 2019, 05:54:47 PM »
So the last time I visited I had this grand plan to save tons of money by going to the grocery store as soon as I arrived. My villa came equipped with a grill and I planned on utilizing it instead of eating out every day.

Went to the store and got everything I thought I'd need: hamburger meat, hot dogs, chicken, cheese, ketchup- figured I was pretty much set.

After throwing some burgers with cheese on the grill, I soon found out that their hamburger meat tasted nothing like ours, in the U.S and the cheese- Shit was tangy and straight up nasty! I ended up throwing it all out and wasting a lot of money.

Anyway, I'm back at it again with plans to cook on my grill for my stay but this time I want to import my food from the U.S by packing it in a suitcase and bringing it with me.

Has anyone every done this before? Any best practices or words of caution?

Hamburger meat and hotdogs? What are you 14? Nigga tried cooking some lunchables

I get having that with people around for a barbecue/cookout at an occasional time but you on vacation and gonna cook with that?

Where was the steak? Fish? Chicken? REAL MEAT.?

Potatoes?

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #11 on: February 06, 2019, 05:58:11 PM »
Stop, stop and motherfucking stop!!!


If yo broke ass don't know how to buy cheap for in the Sou,...…………………….then what the fuck ya going to do trying to buy pussy?  You telling me you don't know where to eat cheap good food without getting sick in Sosua?  On the beach either?  There are so many cheap restaurants in town.  Motherfucking food everywhere and you gonna risk spending $$$ and loosing $$$ because you don't want to spend some money on good food that goes in your body.

GTFOOHWTBS!!!


Spend some money and go out to eat you cheap ass!!!  You party hard, live like a king and fuck on the cheap with the baddest bitches you can get for $29.95!!!!  Monger life till ya die!!   

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #12 on: February 06, 2019, 07:09:41 PM »
Going thru customs in America they didnt bother or care but in DR customs NO GO....IF THEY FIND IT THEY KEEP IT

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #13 on: February 06, 2019, 08:08:05 PM »
So the last time I visited I had this grand plan to save tons of money by going to the grocery store as soon as I arrived. My villa came equipped with a grill and I planned on utilizing it instead of eating out every day.

Went to the store and got everything I thought I'd need: hamburger meat, hot dogs, chicken, cheese, ketchup- figured I was pretty much set.

After throwing some burgers with cheese on the grill, I soon found out that their hamburger meat tasted nothing like ours, in the U.S and the cheese- Shit was tangy and straight up nasty! I ended up throwing it all out and wasting a lot of money.

Anyway, I'm back at it again with plans to cook on my grill for my stay but this time I want to import my food from the U.S by packing it in a suitcase and bringing it with me.

Has anyone every done this before? Any best practices or words of caution?

Hamburger meat and hotdogs? What are you 14? Nigga tried cooking some lunchables

I get having that with people around for a barbecue/cookout at an occasional time but you on vacation and gonna cook with that?

Where was the steak? Fish? Chicken? REAL MEAT.?

Potatoes?

I bring what I want. I can eat steaks here in the U.S if and when I want them. Check yo self before you wreck yourself.

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Re: Packing and Bringing Your Own Food 4 The Grill
« Reply #14 on: February 06, 2019, 08:14:13 PM »
Stop, stop and motherfucking stop!!!


If yo broke ass don't know how to buy cheap for in the Sou,...…………………….then what the fuck ya going to do trying to buy pussy?  You telling me you don't know where to eat cheap good food without getting sick in Sosua?  On the beach either?  There are so many cheap restaurants in town.  Motherfucking food everywhere and you gonna risk spending $$$ and loosing $$$ because you don't want to spend some money on good food that goes in your body.

GTFOOHWTBS!!!


Spend some money and go out to eat you cheap ass!!!  You party hard, live like a king and fuck on the cheap with the baddest bitches you can get for $29.95!!!!  Monger life till ya die!!

Do we know each other? Broke ass? LOL

It's niggaz like you who kill me, on a fucking website talking shit about someone they:

1. Don't know

2. Would never say to my face

3. Complain about paying a chica $2000k

Don't make me pull your bitch card- IT AIN'T HARD TO DO.
You left trails from your pussy bleeding all over this site, in multiple forums.

 


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