I understand that pasture /free range animals are the ideal, I simply cannot afford them. I am forced to eat on a budget of $10 a day. There are local butchers shops and maybe one day when I get a promotion I can make the ideal an actuality. But until then I am stuck with Marsh/Kroger/Walmart for my food shopping. Giving that how should I shop for meat?
(I am assuming the produce section is adequate in these places. Please correct me if I am wrong.)
I appologize, I didn't mean to turn this into a spending issue, but more of a how to judge the quality of foods in a less than Ideal market. Say I'm looking at an assorment of meats what things should I be thinking about to make a decision? Or Sunny Beaches mentioned sardines. Lets say my store doesn't have that brand that was listed, what intrinsic properties of the food should I be concerned with? (Aside from pasture/grassfed/organic)