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    that is a really great pic!

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    Karen, squirrely = wiggly = unable to sit still
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    Quote Originally Posted by zillazangel View Post
    Karen, squirrely = wiggly = unable to sit still
    Thanks Ami, we don't say it here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer View Post
    That's a great photo - glad you two had a great time! Your hair looks great longer Tonja!
    Thanks Jen. Growing it out has been a battle. I have not had all one length ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by avictoria View Post
    What a lovely photo, lovely people and a nice invite. If I were to visit I could bring organic moonshine but I don't think I could find organic Tarheel BBQ. LOL.

    Glad you all had a wonderful time. zilla your posts always make me smile. Thanks.
    I know just the place for organic tarheel BBQ too and all sorts of other cookery LOL!

    http://www.southernseason.com/

    This is the coolest place in Chapel Hill. Most all made in North Carolina. They even have cooking classes there.
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    You can buy organic pork at our farmer's market and make it yourself too. Southern Season is AWESOME, been there many, many times.
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    I buy local beef, but have yet to find pork.
    Medium boy took a good picture of us when you came through here. He's a great camera boy. Glad you all got to meet.
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    What is the difference between organic meat and usual meat? I have honestly never heard of organic meat, only organic fruit and vegetables.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woman from Europe View Post
    What is the difference between organic meat and usual meat? I have honestly never heard of organic meat, only organic fruit and vegetables.
    Bente, I believe it has to do with what the animal is fed during its lifespan to be labeled organic. My dad used to buy only farm raised beef when I was growing up and he had it butchered at my cousins meat market.

    They feed lots of chemical mixes in feed lots to fatten cattle for market and it has to meet specific standards to be labeled organic. It also goes back to what kind of chemicals are put on the grain to feed the cattle. There are lots of them.

    There is grass fed beef and grain fed beef. My dad
    was able eat a steak and tell you the difference.
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    We buy our beef (black angus) from a farmer that raises a few in his pasture and has them processed locally. I'm not sure if it considered organic.
    My sister and I split a quarter. It tastes better than any store bought meat I've ever had.

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