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Comment from: Square Peg Guy [Visitor] · http://square--peg.blogspot.com/
I've been tempted to buy beef jerky, but I usually find product that contains nasty secondary ingredients. So I carry around compliant nuts or Unibars.

Some brands of roast beef are harmful to me as they contain caramel color, dextrose, or some other flavor enhancing solution, such as Boar's Head. And most folks behind the deli counter don't really know what's in the meat they sell.

I've found three different brands of roast beef that are good for me, the one from Whole Foods being the best of of them. It's too bad I haven't found Roast Lamb anywhere.
10/18/09 @ 20:46
Comment from: Suzanne [Member] Email
I can get beef and turkey jerky without added ingredients (no nitrites!) at my health food store.

The best places I've found for lamb is Sam's wholesale or Costco. They both have grass fed New Zealand lamb for a very reasonable price.
10/18/09 @ 22:13
Comment from: Tamara (B-secretor) [Visitor] Email
Suzanne, I understand the feeling you had the other night when your Mom voiced her love for you. I had a similar experience a few days ago when I walked into my Mom's room. She was laying in her bed dozing, but when I walked in, she turned to me, flashed a big smile and said, "I'm so happy to see you." Wow, I still carry that joy, even days later. That's my Mom and that's the love which has carried me all this time.

Thanks for the hint on carrying some beneficial protein. I've recently turned to potato chips for a snack and I know that's not beneficial. Every so often, I go to my local Greek Restaurant and get a side order of gyro meat. I know it's only half lamb; the other half beef and it probably has other ingredients that I don't want to know about, but it sure satisfies. I'll check out the Whole Foods jerky today.
10/22/09 @ 13:57

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