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Thread: Kerrygold Butter and other food treasures

  1. #21
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    I've never had Kerrygold butter, but I'm mad at myself for not buying it at Trader Joe's this past weekend. Kroger (local supermarket here) sells it for almost $6. TJ's had it for $2.79.

    I never would have discovered how versatile cauliflower can be if it weren't for changing my diet like I have.

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    I recently discovered Bubbies sauerkraut - awesome appetizer straight out of the jar!
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    You can find Kerrygold in Milwaukee at Trader Joes for $2.79 for an 8 oz block. Or you can get it at Whole Foods for $5.something. As usual WF sets the bar high in price.

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    coconut oil, cauliflower, grass fed beef in whatever configuration and cut it comes in. delish

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    I still can't believe Canada has NO distributors of ANY grass-fed butter
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    Do not allow yourself to become wrapped up in a food 'lifestyle'. That is ego, and you are not that.

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    I discovered Kerrygold Dubliner cheese last night, how awesome is that? pretty fucking awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave-e8r View Post
    I discovered Kerrygold Dubliner cheese last night, how awesome is that? pretty fucking awesome.
    Dubliner and Ballyshannon are both amazing

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    Grass-fed beef and butter. The grain-fed version tastes really disgusting now.

    Now that my meat is more expensive, I'm more willing to spend the $$ on more expensive exotic meats because they're not that much more expensive than my regular meat, lol. So far I've tried ostrich, elk, and venison. Ugh on the last one.

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    I'll have to track down some Ballyshannon and try it. Sakura_girl, ugh on venison? I love the stuff. I'm having venison steaks for dinner tonight. I'll probably melt some dubliner over it with sautéed mushrooms and onions.

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    Yeah, not very partial to the taste. I thought I would have liked it, but it has its own flavor apart from other gamey meats that I don't like Pity.

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