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Dow #384858 03/28/10 12:02 AM
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Par for the course, in the mass-market beef industry... I go for the occasional grass-fed organic beef. My poor friend who is an environmental-toxin canary can really tell the difference between cheap meats and real meats...

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Originally Posted By: Dow
Marsha just sent me this:

NY Times article about ammonia injected in beef products to prevent E.coli

we noted that the process is done to grocery chains meat, not just fast food, as well!

and not as effective in preventing contamination as originally believed

Double Yikes! eek2 doh


I read the article. No where in it did it talk about any outrage about putting ammonia in the beef. Does that not cause any concern here? Geez.

I bet the solution is to put more ammonia in the beef. This is why I only shop at Whole Foods. They dont buy there food from the same place as the supermarkets. They are local buyers and organic buyers. Their beef is natural organic grass fed.

The politicians are all bought off by the lobbyists for the farm industries and related processing plants. They dont care about your health. They know they just have to stamp "safe" on the food and the blind public will buy it.

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Sometimes we buy expensive fresh frozen steaks by mail from here:

Omaha Steaks

Keep them in the freezer until we are ready for them

Better?


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Originally Posted By: Dow
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Omaha Steaks



Better?

Only if you like frozen turds in a styrofoam box.

Have you traced Omaha Steaks to there source? They are from Nebraska. That should give you an immediate clue.

Do you have whole foods around where you live?

Or go to America grass fed beef.com (something like that). Or I have used eatwild.com



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oh, that's not sounding too good frown1

and no, don't know enough about beef to recognize that we should avoid any raised in Nebraska

no Whole Foods in our immediate area, although they are now building a natural foods type place in the same area where we walk our dogs, we are looking forward to it being completed

but next time we are in the Phoenix area...

Dinner at Finnari's!!!


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Right that's it!
I'm going on a food free diet!!!!!


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According to Wikipedia(sorry, don't know how to do the web site thing), Coca cola is made with sucrose in some countries and high fructose corn syrup in others. A Coke once in a while is not a bad thing especially if you add a little rum to it!

Jeanne

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Or Malibu!


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I noticed she didnt mention coconut flour or coconuts for that matter in her book. unless I missed it?

My wife made the coconut flour chocolate chip cookies. They test negative for starch. They are super soft but wow what a treat after eating all that meat and salad.

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fast food restaraunts are dipping there hamburger in ammonia to prevent E coli outbreaks. Now one will never be able to trace getting a disease or sickness to eating an ammonia burger so they will get away with it. But do you really want to eat an ammonia burger?


Yikes!!! eek2


Double Yikes from me Dow... I thought the same when I read that. But after working at processed cheese plant in States, nothing surprises me any more regarding food in the States.

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