This is in my opinion an idiotic thing to do. With all due respect, you're cutting down on meat by purposely paying more money for it? You might as well buy cheaper meat and donate the money to some anti animal cruelty group.cRaZyRaVr wrote: ↑May 8th, 2017 10:06 amStart buying grass fed beef and organic free range chickens. Its what I do. Its expensive but well worth it. By it being expensive you will eat smaller portions and automatically fill the void with veggies, legumes etc. You dont have to go meatless to feel good about the meat you eat. Just source it right.
Although grass fed beef is definitely healthier, if you were trying to get any health benefit from it you'd have to eat more than a tiny amount. So it really doesn't work in this case.
Also, read the laws on organic free range chickens/eggs, it might surprise you what 'free range' is considered legally. In most cases, the same as regular chicken/eggs.