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So what's happening? I love vacation, alright? If you haven't been for a vacation for a while, make sure you plan one. Go, hang out, relax, chill by the pool, read a book, hang out with your family. I mean, it was awesome, I feel so rejuvenated. It's been a real busy summer trying to get this business going, trying to make this channel more popular with your health. So I am back now, ready to roll. Today is my food day, alright? I didn't have any food in my refrigerator because I didn't place the meat order last week. I knew I wasn't going to be home. And so my meat came today for my latest order. I just got back from a whole food. So I thought that I would share with you guys what I bought, what's going on in my refrigerator, what am I buying and so here we go. Where should I start? Let's start with breakfast. I bought some of these organic free-range eggs. These are awesome! These are really good eggs. Remember, there is difference between free-range and cage-free. Cage-free does means that the cage is a little bit bigger. Free-range actually mean the chicken, they're good to go hang out in the field and do their business and what not. They'll get to eat their real natural diet. So it's a much better egg than you will ever get from a cage-free or a commercial source. So a real small change that you can make is by getting some free-range eggs. But don't be afraid of the cholesterol, and all you want to get into that is the whole of a video. I am going to have those in the morning with some sautéed mushrooms. These are some organic mushrooms. I sauté those in grass-fed butter from GrasslandBeef.com. There is some good butter right there. It's not raw but it's grass-fed and it's very, very, very good. I don't like to cook in raw butter. I won't mind, I'll put it on my -- I will have some bread or something like that. I do that with raw butter but I don't want to destroy my raw butter by sautéing something in it. So I use the grass-fed. I am also going to have those for breakfast with some of this uncured beef bacon. You know where I got it, GrasslandBeef.com. I feel like I am doing a commercial and they should be paying me for this, but it's all good, because it's some good quality stuff. So I have some good beef bacon and it just might depend how hungry I am, have some of this raw milk, that good organic pasteurized raw milk right there. What I would like to do lately and usually as a snack sometimes is I'll put some of this in there. That is Chocolate Raspberry SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia, alright? So I put like 2 or 3 drops of this Liquid Stevia in my milk and it tastes like chocolate raspberry milk. So it's something real cool for you parents out there whose kids like chocolate milk. Put some of this in regular milk, preferably raw milk but at least organic milk, and they probably won't even tell the difference. So that's some chocolate raspberry stevia right there. It's a little sample I got out of a seminar. It has been lasting me forever. Let's see what else I've got. I've got some fresh herb salad organic, I've got some baby spinach organic. I like to have salads as kind of like a complement to my lunch and my dinner. I typically have some -- I have ample meat, chicken, beef, lamb whatever, we'll get into that later. I have this little side salad there with spinach or herb salad and I always top that and I screwed up today. I meant to get Rapunzel Organic Olive Oil, but I accidentally picked up the canola oil. If you know anything about canola oil you know that I shouldn't be eating this. So I am going to take it back to the store, traded in for some olive oil. The olive oil you want to make sure that it's cold-pressed, I always just say cold-pressed Rapunzel makes a really good product, Bariani makes a good product. It doesn't say that Bariani is organic but it actually is. He just doesn't want to pay for the right to put organic on there, and Spectrum makes a good cold-pressed olive oil as well. What else? I've got some g
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