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How are you celebrating "meat free day"
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Contributors to this thread:
EnDoB 16-Mar-21
Longcruise 16-Mar-21
Aspen Ghost 16-Mar-21
Glunt@work 16-Mar-21
Doughboy 16-Mar-21
Doughboy 16-Mar-21
Doughboy 16-Mar-21
Doughboy 16-Mar-21
Doughboy 16-Mar-21
billygoat 16-Mar-21
oldgoat 17-Mar-21
Paul@thefort 17-Mar-21
Longcruise 17-Mar-21
cptbs 17-Mar-21
KC9 17-Mar-21
samman 17-Mar-21
Glunt@work 17-Mar-21
Glunt@work 17-Mar-21
Ursman 18-Mar-21
PECO 20-Mar-21
PECO 20-Mar-21
Jaquomo 21-Mar-21
Adventurewriter 21-Mar-21
squirrel 21-Mar-21
Stix 21-Mar-21
danrobinson 03-Apr-21
From: EnDoB
16-Mar-21

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CO governor Polis declares a new "meat free" holiday on March 20th. How will you be celebrating?

From: Longcruise
16-Mar-21
A coupe racks of ribs! 8>)

From: Aspen Ghost
16-Mar-21
I'll celebrate with a steak dinner. I bet all the Colorado ranchers are thrilled with their governor.

From: Glunt@work
16-Mar-21
Like most every day, meat at every meal.

From: Doughboy
16-Mar-21
Westcliffe is having a free hamburger cook off on Saturaday in front of Salty Pine

From: Doughboy
16-Mar-21
I thought Polis was a big fan of meat?

From: Doughboy
16-Mar-21
I thought Polis was a big fan of meat?

From: Doughboy
16-Mar-21
I thought Polis was a big fan of meat?

From: Doughboy
16-Mar-21
Wow said it three times

From: billygoat
16-Mar-21
I'm roasting a hog named Jarrod

From: oldgoat
17-Mar-21

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Bought a packer brisket and a couple of slabs of ribs, invited the kids over and I'm going to cook the "meat out" on the smoker!

From: Paul@thefort
17-Mar-21
Crock pot wild turkey meat in mushroom soup, mixed in with cut vegs, and placed over wild rice or noodles.

From: Longcruise
17-Mar-21
Paul, that reads as "delicious"

From: cptbs
17-Mar-21
I will try to cover the 4 food groups; beef, poultry, pork and wild game. For breakfast, sausage wrapped in ham, wrapped in bacon with a side of eggs (pre poultry). For lunch bacon cheeseburger burger with a side of wings. Dinner, corned venison & shrimp (I know not meat)

From: KC9
17-Mar-21
cptbs That was exactly what I was thinking...

From: samman
17-Mar-21

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Definitely eating meat. I posted this link on another thread, but if you need a place to go eat meat, here is one. As I noted in the other thread, I have no affiliation with this gun range.

From: Glunt@work
17-Mar-21
Take a look at Initiative 16 that is in the works. No cattle to the processor until 5 years old, no artificial insemination, no chickens process until 2 years old, pigs and sheep until 3.75 years, and a bunch more.

Going to be some tough ribeyes at the local steakhouse unless they come from somewhere else. Not to mention goodbye JBS, Cargill, the farmers who grow crops for the livestock industry, a bunch of vets, etc, etc.

From: Glunt@work
17-Mar-21

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From: Ursman
18-Mar-21
Sausage for breakfast, cheeseburger for lunch, corned beef for dinner. God bless America!!!

From: PECO
20-Mar-21

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Ham and cheese omelette for breakfast. The Westcliffe burger fest for lunch ( picture), grilled chicken for dinner. Great day!

From: PECO
20-Mar-21

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From: Jaquomo
21-Mar-21

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21-Mar-21
Doughboy...I'm guessing looking at our "First couple" Polis brings the meat and his wife provides the oven

From: squirrel
21-Mar-21

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Normally the boys are non partisan but today they picked a side

From: Stix
21-Mar-21
Meat lovers pizza

From: danrobinson
03-Apr-21

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By eating more meat, I just had Grilled Chicken with Mushroom sauce.

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