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    Quote Originally Posted by bae View Post
    Had a nice porterhouse steak for lunch, $6/lb. from my cow.

    A cheeseburger in town would have cost me $22 w/tip.
    We got a good deal from a local dairyman who sold us one of his freemartins. Iím not sure chicken wonít cost more per pound by the time the freezer is empty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDAHL View Post
    We got a good deal from a local dairyman who sold us one of his freemartins. I’m not sure chicken won’t cost more per pound by the time the freezer is empty.
    Boneless non-super-great-raised chicken in "family packs" at our market is $5.99/lb right now!

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    Did an inventory of my freezer yesterday. Thankfully, it is quite full.

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    In season and price was low in the store and my garden is not producing, so I bought a 5 lb bag of carrots which I will prep and get on the dehydrator today. I'm going to try to take advantage of low seasonal prices when the opportunity arises and start stocking the pantry now.
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