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    what kind of Chicken does Mark eat?

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    Just wondering....I can't seem to find anything about what or where Mark buys his birds.

    anybody knows?
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    What on earth... do you want to know his toilet paper brand too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    What on earth... do you want to know his toilet paper brand too?

    It's smart ass remarks like this, that dissuades people from wanting to ask questions.

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    Thanks C.taco! I read that article too, but it didn't say where Mark gets his birds. I live in LA as well and just want to know where Mark got his birds.

    Thanks for wanting to help me out.
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    Trader Joe's sells certified organic chickens for $2.XX/lb. Not bad. Whole Foods sells them too and I've seen them for <$2/lb on sale, but a sale is rare. I don't really eat chicken much, and in the rare event I do, I typically buy CAFO chicken breast. Not too concerned. I eat more wild salmon and Australian lamb than I eat chicken.
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    If you have a farmers market (and you must in CA) you can find pastured organic chickens. The ones I get eat bugs etc. They are really good, a little expensive but the leg/thigh packages are in line with TJ's organic prices.

    I'm not sure that is what Mark gets- but in terms of the cleanest, humanest raised chicken, that's pretty much what you can get.

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    At first glance, I thought the title read: "what kind of Children does Mark eat?"




















    ...probably dark meat.












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    Pastured organic chicken here is $5 a lb. and my husband thinks it is too tough. So I'm buying natural (no antibiotics, vegetarian feed, cage-free) chicken at Walmart at $1.50/lb for a whole bird.
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    my husband thinks it is too tough.
    Yeah- it's a little tough, but the leg/thigh meat is good.

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