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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    I bought it. If I ever make it myself I will spring for the expensive pulverized biltong and buy some tallow. There's no way I will attempt to dry and pulverize the meat myself.
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    Bone marrow is my new found love. I just bought my first block of Kerrygold(delicious)at Trader Joes for $2.79. The exact same 8oz pack at Whole Paycheck cost $4.99. Why does that place have to jack up their prices so much? It sucks because where I live there are not very many options for natural and organic foods.

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    Cuties, home made mayo, Kerrygold butter.

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    Best discovery: Bulletproof Hot Cocoa!!

    Also kelp, frozen kale, coconut oil, and chicken soup from the chicken.

    My regular grocery store stocks Kerrygold ONLY in mid-March for St. Patrick's Day.
    If you can't find Kerrygold anywhere else, and the store has it for St. Pat's, you could buy 25 pounds of it and freeze it for the year. (if you have the freezer space, and if the store will let you buy that much.. I guess you could ask the store to order it...).
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    Beef Heart...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccerGrok View Post
    Beef Heart...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccerGrok View Post
    Beef Heart...
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    Not only is it as very tasty, but when trimmed properly it has a great texture and is probably THE leanest cut of beef, which has made it a post-workout staple for me. That and the fact that it's only 1.99/lb, making it one of the cheapest cuts of beef too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iniQuity View Post
    Kerrygold is available at trader joes but I also found it at shoprite though for some reason it was with the gourmet cheeses not with the butters.
    they make a grass fed, 2 year old cheddar too. i just tried it for the first time, and it kicks ass.

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    Yeah, I find the kerrygold in the gourmet cheese dept too.

    I found the pemmican at US Wellness Meats. It's not properly made, must be kept frozen, but it lasts long enough for several days backpacking. I think it tastes like meat butter. I would really like to try heart. I ate the heart from the duck I cooked and thought it was tasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by touchdowntodd View Post
    i need to find kerry gold in milwaukee
    I know inventory can vary from store to store but my Costco carries it.

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