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Old 18.12.2018, 10:17
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100% natural chicken flesh - is this correct?

One wonders if there is such a thing as 100% natural chicken meat, here in
Switzerland? This article might be of interest to answer that question:

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/a..._rid=497250625
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Old 18.12.2018, 10:24
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One wonders if there is such a thing as 100% natural chicken meat, here in
Switzerland? This article might be of interest to answer that question:

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/a..._rid=497250625
Don't get it - the article is about the US.
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Old 18.12.2018, 10:32
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One wonders if there is such a thing as 100% natural chicken meat, here in
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This article might be of interest to answer that question:
Why does one wonder?

The best place to get chicken meat is off a chicken.

You are suggesting that in all of Switzerland there is not one single healthy chicken?

Really?

maybe if you insist on buying ultra low cost meat from big corporations, maybe there is something wrong with that chcken. You know, as in, a chicken that is unnaturally big and has unaturally soft meat may be a bit of a red flag. But in Switzerland you have alternatives. I guess you do in the USA too.
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Old 18.12.2018, 12:15
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Re: 100% natural chicken flesh - is this correct?

Who, in their right mind, pays any attention whatsoever to whatever Mercola comes up with?
The man is a fraud and a charlatan who promotes and sells his own "remedies" to those gullible enough to line his pockets.
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The best place to get chicken meat is off a chicken......
what are the other choices to get it from?
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One wonders if there is such a thing as 100% natural chicken meat, here in
Switzerland? This article might be of interest to answer that question:]
Do you even know what you are actually talking about? Your posts are mostly garbled nonsense.
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Old 18.12.2018, 12:58
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what are the other choices to get it from?
I've heard alligator tastes somewhat like chicken.
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I've heard alligator tastes somewhat like chicken.

I'll confirm it for you
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Old 18.12.2018, 13:08
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Re: 100% natural chicken flesh - is this correct?

Why would you buy Tricatel Chicken?
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Old 18.12.2018, 13:13
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why would you buy tricatel chicken?
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Old 18.12.2018, 13:21
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I've heard alligator tastes somewhat like chicken.
There used to be an African restaurant in Zürich which had crocodile meat (sure, not the same, but I guess similar enough), and the Mr. did try it and confirmed it had similar taste and texture to chicken. It was slightly lighter than chicken in terms of colour, though.
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Old 18.12.2018, 13:27
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There used to be an African restaurant in Zürich which had crocodile meat (sure, not the same, but I guess similar enough), and the Mr. did try it and confirmed it had similar taste and texture to chicken. It was slightly lighter than chicken in terms of colour, though.
Outback Lodge serves that too. Not been there for a long time but the ostrich could tempt me.
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Old 18.12.2018, 13:38
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Outback Lodge serves that too. Not been there for a long time but the ostrich could tempt me.
I had the kudu steak, basically because I had no idea what a kudu was and I wanted to be surprised, and really loved it.

They also had a killer desert mousse. Unfortunately they closed a couple of years ago without notice Maybe I can try this Outback Lodge. Is it good?
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There used to be an African restaurant in Zürich which had crocodile meat (sure, not the same, but I guess similar enough), and the Mr. did try it and confirmed it had similar taste and texture to chicken. It was slightly lighter than chicken in terms of colour, though.
If would like to taste yourself through the animal kingdom go to Saga Khan Mägenwil http://sagakhan.ch They have over 40 different types of fish and meat http://sagakhan.ch/assets/img/pdf/herkunft.pdf
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I had the kudu steak, basically because I had no idea what a kudu was and I wanted to be surprised, and really loved it.

They also had a killer desert mousse. Unfortunately they closed a couple of years ago without notice Maybe I can try this Outback Lodge. Is it good?
Kudu is tasty and makes great biltong.

I had crocodile in SA and I thought even though it looks like fatty chicken it tasted more like a slightly fishy pork.
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Old 18.12.2018, 13:53
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what are the other choices to get it from?
Colonel Sanders and his Kentucky fried Chicken, in a bucket.
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Old 18.12.2018, 14:18
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Don't get it - the article is about the US.
So what? Does not the technicalities apply elsewhere to consumers, to some
degree, in the same Trade?
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They also had a killer desert mouse.


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Who, in their right mind, pays any attention whatsoever to whatever Mercola comes up with?
My wife's doctor.

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