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I am now seriously depressed... Just got off the phone to a major supplier (there are only 3) in NZ of turkey, who when asked, said they feed their birds soy!!! They do this particularly as the cost of other grains rise...
Uggghhh I knew I had reacted when I ate the last lot of turkey & stupidly I just bought another one!!
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Is that all they feed the Turkeys or do you know what percentage of soy they use?  


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...  they feed their birds soy!!! They do this particularly as the cost of other grains rise...
Uggghhh I knew I had reacted when I ate the last lot of turkey & stupidly I just bought another one!!


You just have to hope that this one is blood type A, at least it will not have as many lectins  in its meat!!!





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Is that all they feed the Turkeys or do you know what percentage of soy they use?  
They are getting back to me on that...

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lol Cristina re the A type turkey.. is that for real if it was it would not have as many lectins to pass on?  
I did actually cook & eat turkey last night & this morning & no ill effects...Am really thinking the onion is what effected me more last time I cooked meat... Have not had onion since thinking that through... & no new break outs & now things are healing up well!!
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Glad to hear that Possum!!  BTW, my turkey A type lectin thing was a shot in the dark ... who knows, maybe hit the mark!!  




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Oooh hit the mark?? Sounds like a dead turkey??!!
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lol Cristina re the A type turkey.. is that for real if it was it would not have as many lectins to pass on?  


No just her being silly..



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Although I do know a few A' s that are turkeys


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