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Off topic / Re: Live chat
« Last post by Orca on May 24, 2019, 03:34:53 pm »
Well done. Now tell me. Did it take in depth research on your part or did you take a pure gamble? If the latter then I am the winner.
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Off topic / Live chat
« Last post by SirDieALot on May 24, 2019, 12:59:53 pm »
i am leading again
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Shares / Re: My retirement blog.
« Last post by Orca on May 22, 2019, 05:14:37 pm »
The Portuguese are not big on beef and lamb at all. Most are imported from Argentina and Chile so are very expensive. Most meat are boneless and fat free. The few chops I did see are pork chops cut so thin you can see through them. Most people eat pork, chicken, rabbit, turkey and fish and fish and some fish.

I don't live in Portugal any longer.
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Shares / Re: My retirement blog.
« Last post by Johnny on May 22, 2019, 12:08:28 pm »
Went shopping with the wife today. Geez. Meat prices have gone up by R20 per kilo overnight. Chops are R99.99 per kilo. Not even Best End.  :wtf: Pork chops are R89.99. Lean mince is R79.99. Last time I looked, Beef and Pork fillets were at these prices. Now they are R140.
How can pensioners survive at these prices? Getting worried now.
Hordes of shoppers were just staring at the meat and nobody buying. One woman was telling a packer off at the high prices as if it was his fault.
Walked away with some mince and chicken pieces.

What are the meat prices like in Portugal these days?

I'm on zerocarb in Pretoria, daily eating 700g T-bone (R92/kg), 500g Lamb Rib Chops (R140/kg) and 500g Lamb Shoulder Chops (R140/kg). Could I survive in Portugal with such food price demands?
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