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  • GayleK
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    I buy the Hormel lunch meat and the nitrate free bacon at my regular grocery store. If you have Costco in your area they sell nitrate free bacon also.

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  • dmarie
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    Where Can I get it?

    I do not live near a Trader Joes. I'm from Pennsylvania. Does anyone else carry it...Walmart, Giant, etc...?

    Dawn

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  • kadi
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    Do these have spices that are ok for us too?
    That would be so cool to have meats that are ok both in the preservative issue & the spice one too

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  • Romans8:28
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    did you see the did have a low sodium bacon..., my first choice anyway!

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  • Want2BPainFree
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    Yes! It's great isn't it?

    My father who also has IC eats this lunchmeat.

    I cannot due to it's extremely high sodium content, but I am so happy for you , all other ICers, and for my Dad that it is available.

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  • Romans8:28
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    it is my understanding the nitrates and nitrates are too different thing, i maybe wrong but we checked on this at one point,it's been awhile.

    secondly things that occur natrually in foods are digested easier then something added. IC diet here says to avoid, ham etc. this one say some bacon may be ok, however the ICA guide says to avoid all processed meats with nitrates etc. added, MSG is another one often added to meats that cause problems.

    I personally can not handle preservatives, additives etc. so finding this meat etc. had been a great blessing~!!!

    Shelly

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  • mellusk
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    Do people who have problems with bacon, ham, etc. also have problems with spinach, lettuce, or celery? I've been doing research on nitrites and nitrates, and we get a higher concentration of those two substances from those particular vegetables than we do from cured meats. One of the ironies I came across pointed out how hotdogs "cured" with nitrates and nitrites cannot be labelled organic, but hotdogs flavored with celery juice, which has a higher concentration of those two things, can be labelled organic. I haven't had any issues with lettuce, spinach, or celery, so I'm thinking if they have more of that stuff than bacon, maybe I can try that soon.

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  • Rivet Kitty
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    I know Trader Joe's offers a no nitrate version of bacon. Not too sure about anything else though.

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  • All natural NO nitrate, bacon, ham roast beef and turkey!!

    [COLOR="Magenta"]Since I don't see anyone else posted this, I had to share the info! (you guys may have already found this??) Hormel has come out with a new line of all natural meats, bacon, ham, turkey, roast beeg, cut chicken breast etc. that is all natural NO bad ingedients no preservatives no nitrates etc.!!! If your like me you quite looking a bacon years ago. A lady pointed it out to me & said it's been out for months???! Walmart carried it here and I am in a small town so should everywhere!![

    I have soo enjoyed real lunch meat sandwhichs and having bacon and eggs just once in awhile!

    The other neat things is they are not much more expensive either!

    Anyway I apologize if this is old news to you, I've been of the net for along tme!!

    Shelly/COLOR]
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