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23 minutes ago, Anna N said:

 You will need to attend twice as many support meetings to bring your freezer hoarding tendencies into line. :o You bought meat at Cumbrae's?  So maybe one and a half times as many meetings.

It's almost like that warm blanket feeling knowing you have a freezer full of goodies.  Call me odd... :P

 

Yes, I only buy our meat at Cumbrae's these days.  Such a discernible difference and to be honest Chicken is not that much more expensive than elsewhere.  Especially for dark meat (which is 90% of what we eat, chicken wise).  ((The Rib eye w/ mostly deckle I had last night from them was stupendous!))

 

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I have done that before, but my excuse is I had 2 boys under the age of 3 in the car with me and no visual inspection of meat was necessary (I was only getting chicken, ground beef and bacon - mmmm their bacon).

 

 

TicTac

TicTac

 

22 minutes ago, Anna N said:

 You will need to attend twice as many support meetings to bring your freezer hoarding tendencies into line. :o You bought meat at Cumbrae's?  So maybe one and a half times as many meetings.

It's almost like that warm blanket feeling knowing you have a freezer full of goodies.  Call me odd... :P

 

Yes, I only buy our meat at Cumbrae's these days.  Such a discernible difference and to be honest Chicken is not that much more expensive than elsewhere.  Especially for dark meat (which is 90% of what we eat, chicken wise).  ((The Rib eye w/ mostly deckle I had last night from them was stupendous!))

 

Edit for Rot -

 

I have done that before, but my excuse is I had 2 boys under the age of 3 in the car with me and no visual inspection of meat was necessary (I was only getting chicken, ground beef and bacon - mmmm their bacon).

 

 

TicTac

TicTac

 

20 minutes ago, Anna N said:

 You will need to attend twice as many support meetings to bring your freezer hoarding tendencies into line. :o You bought meat at Cumbrae's?  So maybe one and a half times as many meetings.

It's almost like that warm blanket feeling knowing you have a freezer full of goodies.  Call me odd... :P

 

Yes, I only buy our meat at Cumbrae's these days.  Such a discernible difference and to be honest Chicken is not that much more expensive than elsewhere.  Especially for dark meat (which is 90% of what we eat, chicken wise).  ((The Rib eye w/ mostly deckle I had last night from them was stupendous!))

 

 

 

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