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[Loblaws] Thurs/fri/Saturday only - PC Old fashioned style bacon 1kg - $8.88

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ahoroba wrote: Recommending "lean chicken" will get you ridiculed in any serious keto forum.
The problem with keto advocates is their distaste for what they deem 'excessive' protein. Chicken is fine in moderation, especially if you're a larger man and don't want to waste away on keto. And yes, you'll still be in keto even with reasonably frequent chicken servings... particularly true of larger men.
I know that your intentions are good, but please stick to giving more blessings and less keto advice...
I have three joys in life: business, leisure, and reminding folks that keto is a thing.

On that note, I'll be partaking in some of OP's bacon this weekend. Take the upvote and my gratitude, OP.

God bless.
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Everything causes cancer in excess. Just don't eat the whole kilogram at once.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: The problem with keto advocates is their distaste for what they deem 'excessive' protein. Chicken is fine in moderation, especially if you're a larger man and don't want to waste away on keto. And yes, you'll still be in keto even with reasonably frequent chicken servings... particularly true of larger men. I have three joys in life: business, leisure, and reminding folks that keto is a thing. On that note, I'll be partaking in some of OP's bacon this weekend. Take the upvote and my gratitude, OP. God bless.
My issue was exclusively with the "lean" qualifier in your "lean chicken" advice. In your reply, you conveniently left out the word "lean".
Chicken is commonly recommended for keto, but not with the "lean" modifier (meaning: for keto, one should not trim away the skin or fat from the chicken). Otherwise, where is the logic in choosing "lean" chicken, then liberally partaking in bacon?
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ahoroba wrote: My issue was exclusively with the "lean" qualifier in your "lean chicken" advice. In your reply, you conveniently left out the word "lean".
Chicken is commonly recommended for keto, but not with the "lean" modifier (meaning: for keto, one should not trim away the skin or fat from the chicken). Otherwise, where is the logic in choosing "lean" chicken, then liberally partaking in bacon?
Don't get me started on that. If you want fatty oils, stick to fish and olive oils.
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Believe these were 5.44 on Black Friday at RCSS but still very good compared to regular
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Nothing is good for you. Everyday new reports, blah is good for u, next day blah is bad for u *shakes* head.
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Solsearchin1 wrote: I make my own bacon without preservatives.
I'm more curious as to how this is possible because you need nitrates to cure it.
Uncured bacon isn't bacon. It's pork belly.
Still delicious, but not bacon.
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I love bacon , am I the only one that just eats bacon toasted bagel sandwich ? Like a bacon burger lol
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Costco had a really good deal on some wicked thick cut bacon awhile ago, I still have a lot from having stocked up.
However I have like $100 in PC points on my PC mastercard, plus whatever gift card they gave away from their bread scandal. I literally never shop here even though it's right beside the Wal Mart (I only go for the kitty litter - I Swear!)
Is there anything else to buy at Superstore? I hate to waste my time going there for 1 specific deal on bacon when there's nothing else worth shopping for.
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I think this deal isn't hot because it's $4/lb (probably over $10/lb after you cook it). I think most RFDers want premium cuts of meat for that price.
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Those who lives near a Farmboy, it is still cheaper to get the pre-cooked Farmboy bacon from their breakfast bar. It's much cheaper since it's by weight and the quality of the bacon is excellent. Plus you don't have to deal with the mess of cooking it.
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Grunchy wrote: ...
Is there anything else to buy at Superstore? I hate to waste my time going there for 1 specific deal on bacon when there's nothing else worth shopping for.
Well, it's a supermarket, so you can buy groceries...if that's your thing. Otherwise, no, don't bother going for just the one thing.
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crayola1 wrote: Loblaws is having their 3-day sale for PC bacon!

Great deal for bacon lovers.

Not so great for arteries.
Fat does not make you fat nor does it clog your arteries. Carbs and sugars do.

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