Being positive about meat quality from small farms
I’m getting ready to do my second whole 30 next month. The last time I did a whole 30 I lived in a city and did a whole bunch of label reading in grocery stores for my meat. This time around, I’m living in the country and have much more availability to local, farm fresh meats in my town! Yippee!
I’m feeling a bit unsure of what kinds of questions to asks the farmers about their meat to make sure it’s compliant. The most info I can get from their labels are “no preservatives, no antibiotics”. I’m unsure if I even need to worry about their meat, or if I do- what kinds of questions do I need to ask to make sure?
Chiforisin Daniel commented
I wish you good luck because I am sure this kind of diet makes it. I have a friend who also wanted to try it. We were all laughing at his idea, and then he decided to take it seriously. I remember he once told me how expensive it was for him. When he first told us, he doubted trying it, and after, my friend decided to prove to us that he could do everything. I told our friends about the money he spent, and we bought him a device on https://eatdelights.com/potato-masher/ because he managed to keep the diet altogether. Every time we have gatherings at his house, he uses it to show how he appreciates our gift.