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    Welcome and thank you for starting this thread; so much good information here. As you have been reading the site, you may have already found the newbie threads that are preserved at the top of the Meet and Greet section. They bear re-reading from time to time as you progress.

    Another former veg here! I congratulate you on your commitment to local, sustainable agriculture.
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    Welcome,

    Seems like you have a grip on meat being natural fare for humans.

    Might as well Queen Bee up and go for the royal jelly.

    Liver, it does a body good.

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    Yeah, forget the chicken breast. Beef liver is where it is at. You might want to eat quite a lot of it for a while... Once your nutrients are restored it loses its appeal. I only want to eat to once a week now instead of every day.

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    Nutrients was my thought.
    If you want a small dining footprint on critters.

    Beef / lamb liver, Salmon / Sardines, bone marrow, for nutrients, and keep up with the veggies.
    Offal is ignored in mainstream dining, but muscle meat is more akin to iceberg lettuce.

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