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JDMAKEIT2HOT Posts: 8,455
9/10/10 2:20 P

you have to weigh out the 2oz different places slice it differently . at the deli counters they have slice charts for you to choose from.

JANLAR2 Posts: 448
9/9/10 12:27 P

How much do you consider to be 2 oz of deli meat?

SPARKVAMPY2012 Posts: 2,510
9/9/10 12:02 P

Boarshead has a low calorie EverRoast Golden Chicken breast it is 50 cals for 2 ounces. There have several others that are 60 cals for 2 ounces.

DRAE2409 Posts: 72
9/9/10 11:51 A

At the store I shop (Winco), the deli meat counter offers what they call VIP Turkey. It's roasted, unprocessed turkey meat, usually all-white. I originally got it for my son since I didn't want to put nitrates into a baby's body, but I LOVE IT! It's more expensive than the other stuff (usually about $5.49/lb) but totally worth it!

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9/9/10 11:07 A

I like the Hormel Natural Choice turkey (and all the other deli meats by that brand). It's pricey but when it's on sale it's usually about 50% cheaper (Usually 2/$5 or $6). No nitrates/nitrites!

KAYLA1010 Posts: 119
9/9/10 10:59 A

I use deli turkey for quick snacks, in omelets, salads, and on sandwiches. I currently use Oscar Mayer, but there has to be a healthier option - any suggestions?

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