The main issue is nothing in the store is labeled as organic- therefore probably is NOT. Which is the best bang for your buck nutritionally and which is the least likely to have junk in it?
Beef- heart, liver, tripe, hooves!, neck bone, bone, tongue, beef tendon (wow! wouldn't this be really good to eat for joints etc?)
liver, spleen (uh..), kidney, tongue, heart, blood (shudder)
Chicken- feet, gizzards, liver, heart,
They also have mountains of new fish I have never heard of- often whole!!! I do not even know where to start with this bounty!!
I also bought some quail eggs. They were adorable and cheap at 1.25 a dozen. Are their shells higher in calcium because they are so hard to break? Maybe I should use these to make high calcium vinegar instead of chicken eggs?
kinda random I got bitter melon for the first time. After being warned how bitter it was and how I needed to do all sorts of special things cooking wise to make it palatable.. well.. I decided to try a raw slice.. MMmmm I like it!! Tastes like dandelion greens. I had another slice right after too=) I must be a freak of nature.