responsible turkeys?
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Bryan is an artist, father, husband, and son (not really in that order). He works for the Department of Vetern's Affairs and writes and administers The Fireside Post with his father, Ohg Rea Tone. His writings have not been published, though they have been printed a lot.

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responsible turkeys?


I am baking a turkey for dinner. Its a lot of work. Do you think that. accounting for the amount of work and the weight of the bones and stuff, that it is a better deal to buy a turkey at a dollar a pound than to buy, say, boneless skinless meats that are more expensive? some of them, on sale, can be less then three dollars a pound. Is it more responsible to buy the whole turkey, considering that there is a lot of waste that goes into packaging the prepared meats? There is less packaging, too.Maybe I should spend a little more and buy fair trade, local farm raised meats and produce. We try to do that some, but its expensive. It may seem trivial, but I think about it all when I am shopping and trying to decide where to put our money.


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