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Healthy meats/cold cuts

KelownaKelowna Posts: 2,704Registered User Senior Member
edited March 2009 in Parent Cafe
Disclaimer: no cold cuts are healthy. They are all salted, marinated etc. which in itself makes them less than desirable to eat.

We try not to purchase a lot of these, but coming from a very strong sandwich culture, it is sometimes difficult not to have any cold cuts in the house.
Have you discovered any brands that are free of additives like sodium nitrates etc?

I will start:
Turkey breast from Costco, sold in solid pieces, I think it is called Kettle Cooked or something. Seems to be free of those awful nitrates, at least that is what they claim on the package. Pretty tasty too :)
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