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    DMT
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    Just been checking the prices, totally out of my range financially. They take the piss charging that much.

    Is it a major problem eating non organic meat ?

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    raster
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    Non-organic meats usually contain antibiotics which are then passed onto whomever eats them; I don’t recommend eating non organic meats because of this.

    I also used to get a reaction to non-organic meats as well.

    You might be able to find a farmer online that sells chicken sausage and ships it out, could be a cheaper alternative.

    -raster

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    DMT
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    raster wrote: Non-organic meats usually contain antibiotics which are then passed onto whomever eats them; I don’t recommend eating non organic meats because of this.

    I also used to get a reaction to non-organic meats as well.

    You might be able to find a farmer online that sells chicken sausage and ships it out, could be a cheaper alternative.

    -raster

    Cheers, just having a look round now. Costs a bomb. Crazy that we have to pay through the nose for decent food these days.

    Monsanto for ya.

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    Javizy
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    I don’t think chicken is nice enough to justify the price of organic meat. I’ve mainly been eating tuna, salmon and sardines and some other fish too. It’s generally healthier than meat and much cheaper if you get canned or frozen and certain fresh kinds. The organic lamb is an okay price in Asda, so I’ll probably get some of that as I progress. Don’t intend to ever return to a meat-based diet though.

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    DMT
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    Javizy wrote: I don’t think chicken is nice enough to justify the price of organic meat. I’ve mainly been eating tuna, salmon and sardines and some other fish too. It’s generally healthier than meat and much cheaper if you get canned or frozen and certain fresh kinds. The organic lamb is an okay price in Asda, so I’ll probably get some of that as I progress. Don’t intend to ever return to a meat-based diet though.

    What about tinned fish Jav ? I’ve just been looking if it is ok on the diet.

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    DMT
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    Javizy wrote: I don’t think chicken is nice enough to justify the price of organic meat. I’ve mainly been eating tuna, salmon and sardines and some other fish too. It’s generally healthier than meat and much cheaper if you get canned or frozen and certain fresh kinds. The organic lamb is an okay price in Asda, so I’ll probably get some of that as I progress. Don’t intend to ever return to a meat-based diet though.

    Just clocked that, yeah it’s not as bad as the other meats.

    Just seen sirloin beef steak at £20 a kilo, WTF is that all about.

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    Candi diet
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    Javizy can I eat white fish like that picture: http://www.hipersuper.pt/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/medalhoes.jpg…. We can eat fish a few times a week because of mercury

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