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Jrb599
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1/6/2013 6:44:45 AM

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Nice bump

1/7/2013 2:41:11 PM

Jrb599
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what about this bump?

2/6/2013 5:40:24 PM

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Much better!

8/26/2013 10:41:46 AM

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Anyone know of a place to get chicken breasts (fresh/thawed or frozen) for less than Harris Teeter's $2/lb?

I need to make a big batch of dog jerky and HT is the cheapest I've seen

9/21/2018 11:56:31 AM

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Call Carolina Butcher shop if you want to travel to Angier, I thought I saw them for like 1.89/lb, but for you, the travel might not make it worth your while.

9/21/2018 12:09:39 PM

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^^If you buy bulk, Angier Meat Market or Carolina Butcher Shop might cut you a deal. I know last week they had them on sale at Carolina Butcher shop for $1.99/lb but now I believe they are back up to $2.69.

Aldi runs a deal every 2-3 weeks..... $1.69/lb family packs. I used to stock up when I came across it when I made dog food at home. Either make bulk dog food and freeze it or freeze the breasts until I made another batch.

9/21/2018 8:14:14 PM

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^ good to know, thx. Ended up getting 20lbs from HT for $1.8/lb after a coupon.

9/21/2018 10:16:35 PM

rjrumfel
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Holy cow. 20 lbs. What are you doing to do with all that?

9/21/2018 11:45:14 PM

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"I need to make a big batch of dog jerky"




My dogs are old AF (13 and 14) and very picky, especially when they're sick. There are times when all they will eat is my homemade jerky...but in general, i like supplementing their kibble etc with stuff I make.

9/22/2018 12:40:51 AM

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Oh, literally dog food.

I thought dog jerky was some kind of something that people eat. Was thinking this was for a big party or something.

Our beagles are getting old, and this sounds interesting. Any kind of recipe you follow? And how long will it last?

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9/22/2018 7:43:54 AM

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