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    Lightbulb Grass fed in the UK

    Hopefully this is the correct forum.

    I've just stumbled across a website that lists many farms/suppliers of grass fed meats including bison and elk in the UK: click.

    Hope it's of use to the many Brits out there struggling to source the good stuff.

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    Thanks for this!

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    Thanks

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    I use wellhungmeat.com and sheepdrove farm, think I might have gotten the sites from that link, its pretty good. The meat is really incomparable to supermarket meat.

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    I'm lucky enough to have one of the farms within a few miles of home. Took a trip out there this morning; very nice farmer, friendly and helpful. Picked up a few steaks and beef mince. On my way back spotted another local produce shop I'd missed before - bought some venison which made a great casserole in the slow cooker.

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    I can recommend Fordhall for a visit

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    Thanks for the recommendation. Not exactly meat but I thought I add this: It is seriously good chocolate, made from raw cocoa and quite primal:
    Conscious Chocolate

    You can order it online or get in the Health Food shops

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    Quote Originally Posted by kml View Post
    It is seriously good chocolate, made from raw cocoa and quite primal:
    There's some research showing that 76% cocoa solid is the optimum in chocolate. I am restricted as to budget and get the 70% cocoa solid stuff from Aldi. I tried their 85% at the same price but to me, it's gopping. SWMBO and I have a small piece every evening.
    Why use a sledge hammer to crack a nut when a steam roller is even more effective, and, is fun to drive.

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    Thanks for list, now to see if I can work into my budget !

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    Meat for grass? Do I misunderstand your mean?

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