Peat Food Jackpot!

Discussion in 'Diet, Recipes' started by HollyLooyah, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. HollyLooyah

    HollyLooyah Member

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    I went on a hunt for Peat-approved fruit yesterday and what'dya know - I found fruit and a few other things at my local International Market!

    I purchased:
    Longans
    Lychees
    Durian (looked sorta like a guanabana but bigger so I bought it anyway)
    Sapota (canned and fresh)
    Calf liver
    Chicharrones
    Aged Hard Queso (made with only milk, salt and animal rennet)
    Wild Alaskan Cod
    Pasture raised hen eggs (the hens happily forage around eating bugs, grass and worms - or so the informational pamphlet said)

    I also saw chicken feet and other kinds of critter feet (!), fish heads, tails, tongues, ears - just about any animal part you can imagine :shock:

    Oh yeah, they also had oranges and milk :lol:

    Pretty good haul for this newbie!
     
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    HollyLooyah

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    My sentiments exactly Charlie!
     
  4. Kelly

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    Wow! I'm jealous!
     
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    @Holly Did you smell the durian before you bought it?! :lol:


    @Charlie That was great, Charlie! Thanks.
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    HollyLooyah

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    @ Rachel - No but I'm ready! Got my nosepin handy just in case. It was actually in the refrigerated section in the store and it's now in a refrigerator out in my garage so it's been quarantined :mrgreen:
     
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    hey, so durian is a Peat-approved food? I had no idea! used to love it in my fruitarian days... ;)
     
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    I never even seen a sopota
     
  9. paper_clips43

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    I don't think they are peat approved. It is full of fat and not the saturated kind from what I can tell.
     
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