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Consider making your own sausage.  You should be able to get a butcher to grind pork shoulder for you at most any grocery store.  Then add spices.  There are dozens of recipes online ... just make sure all the ingredients are W30 compliant.

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Thanks all.  I found the Pedersons online but I don't have a wholefoods store very near to where I live.  As for breakfast sausage I did find lots of recipes. YAY!  Is the Aidells chicken apple sausage more of a link or patty?

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Thanks all.  I found the Pedersons online but I don't have a wholefoods store very near to where I live.  As for breakfast sausage I did find lots of recipes. YAY!  Is the Aidells chicken apple sausage more of a link or patty?

 

They're sausage-shaped. Packet come in regular, hotdog size and small, weiner-type breakfast links.

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check with your deli counters at your local grocery.  We have a wegmans locally - I checked with the butcher and found that they had compliant bacon and sausage, as well as deli meats.  I asked to see their ingredient book just to make sure :P

 

Also, check and see if you have any small local butchers.  Sometimes, even if they don't carry something they will know where to get what you want and will special order.

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Hi just planning on starting the Whole30 on the 1st July (gonna take that long to get the whole family used to the idea and plus I hope to finish the book by then too) and will check with my local butchers on the sausage front as if I can source these then that will definitely keep my DH and youngest DS very happy. But as I am in the UK do you know of any stockists in the UK for Whole30 friendly sausages...?

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If you've lived there awhile, near London....they have local grocers that you order from.   For a small fee, your food delivery comes to your home on a truck - all neat and fresh.   My cousin lives there and says it is the freshest, basic food.   They have very few junk foods.   No marshmallows or other sugary snacks.

 

I would imagine one of those delivery services knows exactly where to find sugarfree bacon and sausages.   I bet if you called Prince William or Harry up, they could help you.  They do seem like nice chaps.

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