Yea, I know the old theory of cold cuts was that they were bad due to too much additives and nitrates and other BS. The Price Chopper I go to carries a brand of turkey and ham that have 0 nitrates or other additives. I been buying it even though it’s a little more expensive. Anyone have any thoughts on this? Does it sound safe? I usually get a couple pounds a week of the stuff for those times when I’m in a hurry or just too lazy/tired to whip up a big protein meal. I throw a bunch of the turkey on a whole wheat wrap with some mayo cheeze and lettuce tomato, and in about 2 minutes I got a nice 30 grams of protein.
Also since we are on the subject, About how long would a turkey or chicken last if I just cooked one on sunday and then ate the meat on wraps throughout the week?