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  1. Just wanted to let all those in the UK that Primal Cut are still the only place to get your fully compliant sausages, bacon and charcuterie. We are of course fully approved by the Whole30 program and are the only producers in the UK to make this commitment to date. Please check out our products in our online shop. Any questions please feel free to ask, Michael.
  2. Wellshire Farms Sugar Free Paleo Bacon at Whole Foods (Hyde Park Chicago) @ $5.99 for 8 oz. super yummy!!!
  3. Hello, I'm preparing to start the program in a couple of weeks and browsing through recipes, I have seen bacon and sausage incorporated into many breakfast options. I'm still working on finishing the book and I've decided to do the Whole30 program in order to be proactive with my autoimmune diagnosis. Aren't these proteins considered "processed meats"? And I can make my own chicken or turkey sausage, but the bacon throws me off a bit, even if I'm buying the "no preservatives, nitrates, nitrites version". I've just been doing a lot of reading regarding low-grade inflammation, which state that these foods may be irritating. Can anyone help me with this? Thanks, Christine