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Old 07-20-2009, 09:10 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by babetoo View Post
i don't eat much beef. so a packaged rib eye is ok with me. thick pork chops as well or pork steaks. i mostly eat chicken, not breast.but thighs and wings, i prefer. so all is bought at von's . if i want special, i go to albertsons they have a great meat section and they back up their product. but they are super super expensive. sea food is the problem for me here in calif. not very good choices, unless once again pay two prices at albertsons. oh well i can always be a veggie eater.

It's funny how grocery prices are different throughout the states. Albertsons (which is almost extinct in my part of Fl) was considered cheap, dirt poor cheap, somewhere you go only when you don't have enough money for Walmart cheap. When we lived in Texas, they were about middle ground or so, not quite a Kroger Signature ... but close. And here you say in your area of California that not only are they pricey, but their meat is great

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