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    Anyone got any tips where i can source things like raw milk, unpasteurized cheeses, grass fed beef etc in the UK, and if possible, not to pay the earth for it?

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    Interested to know this as well

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    depends where your at, Im guessing down in England somewhere?
    Raw milk is legal in England but not Scotland so you should be able to find it if your down that way.
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    Most beef is grass fed and all new Zealand lamb...get eggs from roadside shops where you can see the chickens eating grass as they will be high omega 3 and tasty. Farmer's markets are good as you can talk to the farmers themselves. I get raw honey from Stroud Farmers' mkt.

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    Waitrose are pretty good for stuff like that - they even have buffalo milk!
    for grass fed meats of all kinds, try Devon Rose - they do boxes and deliver them every month if you want them too!
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    All UK lamb is grass-fed too, also all game - rabbit, venison etc.

    I can also buy raw milk easily (cow and buffalo - from Alham Wood), but I'm not a huge one for dairy generally. It was £1/pint, last time I got some, but of course, it isn't subsidised like most dairy.

    Meat to your door - Buy Meat Online from Paleo Nutrition Wales - Welsh Grass Fed Meat Specialist Butchers are popular, but I've never tried them.

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    Check out Primal Britain website. They have a Paleo friendly directory of food suppliers from all over the UK. Very useful.

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    ahh smashing, thanks all!

    I did get 8 MASSIVE rump steaks (cut 1 in half for a dinner) from North Weald Market for 20 quid. Barginski!
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    CW: 281 lbs/127.7kg/20st 1lb
    TW:216lbs/98kg/15st 6lbs

    "...he didn't slam you, he didn't bump you, he didn't nudge you... he *rubbed* you. And rubbin, son, is racin'."

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    Haha, all beef is grass fed but they just mix a bit of horse meat that is not fit for human consumption in it !!

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    We're lucky in Britain that a lot of the meat is grass fed. Just buy British!

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