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Cheap cooked ham - where to buy?

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Cheap cooked ham - where to buy?

I used to buy cooked ham (cheap one like this) at price chopper. used to be like $0.69 or $0.89 per 100g, now I can't find it anywhere :(
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That's like $5/lb which is on par with the whole hams in the supermarket.
You'll have to cut it yourself but you get a better thing than pressed "ham" loaf.
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79 cents/100 gram most places here...the kid loves it for her school sammiches
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walmart has 900g or something for $5.99 when its on sale
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has a lot of salt and preservatives. This isn't really suitable long term as a food.
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Sask.
Sobeys usually has it at the deli for .79/100g
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lecale wrote:
Mar 15th, 2017 4:11 am
Farm Boy carries that brand...do you have one of those near you?
nope :(
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natalka wrote:
Mar 14th, 2017 8:54 pm
Sobeys usually has it at the deli for .79/100g
thanks :)
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Unrelated... but somewhat related.
What do you think of those big ham shoulders?
Its more "meaty". But its cheap and delicious. I see it for $1 per pound sometimes!
I slice thin with an electric knife. Great for sandwiches, eggs, fried rice, or on top of a salad.
This cheap yet semi-nutritious meat helps me stretch my budget. Its lean. The only thing to worry about is sodium :)
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UrbanPoet wrote:
Mar 15th, 2017 1:18 pm
Unrelated... but somewhat related.
What do you think of those big ham shoulders?
Its more "meaty". But its cheap and delicious. I see it for $1 per pound sometimes!
I slice thin with an electric knife. Great for sandwiches, eggs, fried rice, or on top of a salad.
This cheap yet semi-nutritious meat helps me stretch my budget. Its lean. The only thing to worry about is sodium :)
Not OP, but if I were to buy ham for a sandwich, this is what I'd buy.
The price of junk ham (ie the one OP wants) is hilarious compared to real ham like you're talking about.

I did the math a while ago and you could literally pay for a commercial slicer in about a year just from savings from sandwiches.
The other plus side is that you get *GASP* real meat instead of pressed "meat" products.
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Where can i get a good deal on cubed cooked ham? Looking to add to my salad.
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