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2005/07/29 03:27:31 (permalink)
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where can i get the good stuff

been out of ot for 8 years...dont know where to get the goods anymore
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: where can i get the good stuff 2005/07/29 06:49:49 (permalink)
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    most supermarkets in the uk will supply quality foods, oats are always good for your carb intake with fruit and veg.
    local butchers and supermarkets again will be able to offer quality protein sources and fat can be sourced from fish nuts seeds and oils.

    if you struggle to go out some of the larger supermarkets do home delivery with online shopping which may help if you havent been out for 8 years

    hope you manage to get your diet sorted mate and feel free to post what your currently doing for some help
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    RE: where can i get the good stuff 2005/07/29 12:05:55 (permalink)
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    Seems a long time bro tbh to be living on bread and water. As TT mentioned though, the 'big 4' supermarkets are keen to provide a very wide range of foodstuffs.

    Might be an idea to avoid their chickens though going by the 'Dispatches' report on CH4 last night!

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    RE: where can i get the good stuff 2005/07/29 13:09:39 (permalink)
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    yes both sainsburys and tescos have a finest type of range if the quality you have experienced in the past has been questionable, but expect to pay a premium for the 'good stuff'

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