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Lunch meat #4592128
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What do you prefer? Roast beef, Turkey, Ham etc.. Flavor like Buffalo Chicken, Brand specific or don't care?

I love a good roast beef thin sliced prefer an Italian flavor but it's usually way to expensive. A good black Forrest ham is fantastic. I had a BBQ Chicken Brest on sale last week that was just killer! Think it was Sara Lee. I'm not brand specific although I find Boarshead brand makes great cold cuts but they can be pricey.

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Olive loaf.


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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592134
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Boarshead medium Roast Beef & Tavern Ham are my favorites.

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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592135
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Anything Boars Head

Publix always has it on sale.

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I like the Kretschmar deli meats since at least one of their varieties seems to go on sale weekly. Seems just as good as Boars Head but less expensive when on sale. Usually it goes on sale for $5.99/lb. Sometimes as low as $3.99 for some Sweet or Maple Ham. Also their Turkey breast is excellent. Plus high end stores carry it.

Sliced thin with lots of free samples at the deli counter except when someone is blocking access to samples by just standing there.






Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592138
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Turkey, followed by ham,


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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592139
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Turkey pastrami


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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592141
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ON, Canada eh?
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Montreal Smoked Meat and I like making it with a good plain yellow mustard. MMMMMMM slobber



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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592148
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Originally Posted By: Camprunner
What do you prefer? Roast beef, Turkey, Ham etc.. Flavor like Buffalo Chicken, Brand specific or don't care?

I love a good roast beef thin sliced prefer an Italian flavor but it's usually way to expensive. A good black Forrest ham is fantastic. I had a BBQ Chicken Brest on sale last week that was just killer! Think it was Sara Lee. I'm not brand specific although I find Boarshead brand makes great cold cuts but they can be pricey.


Just say no. There is nothing in the deli area that is good for you.


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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Donald] #4592165
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Originally Posted By: Donald
Just say no. There is nothing in the deli area that is good for you.


Esp the pre-sliced stuff that has a toxic preservative in it. Only fresh sliced and lower sodium turkey or ham.

Also say no to Diet Pepsi. smile

Re: Lunch meat [Re: SatinSilver] #4592184
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Originally Posted By: SatinSilver
Originally Posted By: Donald
Just say no. There is nothing in the deli area that is good for you.


Esp the pre-sliced stuff that has a toxic preservative in it. Only fresh sliced and lower sodium turkey or ham.

Also say no to Diet Pepsi. smile


Yea the sodium content is through the roof on pre-packaged meats (Oscar-Meyer, Hillshire Farms, etc.). Pretty sure what you get sliced at the deli in your favorite grocery store is the same way. I will cave and get some Virginia ham and smoked turkey from the deli for a club sandwich on potato bread from time to time.


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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592186
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i used to like Rosemary ham. Beef Bologna and NewYork style soft cheese together. I read too much bad stuff about deli meat and have since tried to stop eating sandwiches. wheat is a real killer so i have layed off the bread.


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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592194
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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592198
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Applegate farms has an excellent line of no preservatives low sodium lunch meats. It's expensive but the only ones I eat. The preservatives they use in lunch meats and other similar things like pre sliced pepperoni are absolutely terrible for you.


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Re: Lunch meat [Re: Camprunner] #4592205
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Liverwurst, brown mustard on a hard roll........toppped with a nice Bermuda onion,
Second choice: Head Cheese.


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