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Offline Periwinkle

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Finding pastured meat
« on: June 17, 2012, 12:06:53 PM »
I am new to the site and I have spent several days going back and reading old posts to get a handle on what Paleo is, recipes, etc...

One thing that has stuck with me is how often people lament that pastured meat is not available or it is very expensive. (Thank goodness Texas is so meat-laden... ;)) I didn't see any mention of two USA sites that I found very helpful when I first began to question my food sources. Eatwild.com and urbanharvest.org. Eatwild.com allows you to pick your state and it will give you a long list of local farms that sell pastured meat and local (sometimes raw) dairy, pastured eggs, and local produce. It won't let you specify by city though, so you have to read down the list to find the farms near you. Urbanharvest is more local farmers markets and produce and honey and soaps etc...

Via Eatwild.com, I found a great raw dairy that sells grass-fed beef, raw cow and goat milk and other raw dairy products and pastured eggs. Most local farmers are happy to show you their animals, tell you how they do things and why.

I hope this is helpful to some of you who are having trouble in the USA finding grass-fed and pastured meat.

Peri
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Offline athena2k1

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Re: Finding pastured meat
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2012, 12:25:38 PM »
Thanks for the links!