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    Quote Originally Posted by cinderbaylabs

    No bison is buffalo and venison is deer

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    And both are delicious!! :P
    Care for a bite of my tofu dog..? No?? Fine then. :P

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    Care for a bite of my tofu dog..? No?? Fine then. :P

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    Actually I quite like Tofu and I eat pretty healthy, natural and about 60-70% organic if I can. I got turned on to Soy milk last year and can hardly stomach cows milk any more.

    Now are the veggie corn dogs good??? They look like it! LOL
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    OH! I could start a whole thread on cow's milk. But alas, a different subject for a different forum! :-X

    There are veggie corndogs?? Why does no-one tell me these things...??

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    Quote Originally Posted by kallie
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick
    It was going for $42 for a 33 or 35lb bag, I can't remember what the exact size was.
    Thanks...I would definitely try this kibble.

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    I think I am too, once this current bag of Eagle Pack is empty. I was thinking of trying EVO anyways, but I like this because it has a lower energy density, which is a huge plus for us going into winter.

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    I had a *really* good bison steak the other day.... mmmm.....

    I like the proteins in this one. Interesting combo.

    I'd ideally like to rotate Henry through different grain-frees so that he gets the different protein sources, and not chicken/turkey or fish all the time forever.

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    [/quote]

    Actually I quite like Tofu and I eat pretty healthy, natural and about 60-70% organic if I can. I got turned on to Soy milk last year and can hardly stomach cows milk any more.

    Now are the veggie corn dogs good??? They look like it! LOL
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    I know what you mean about the cows milk, however I could not stomach the soy. If you haven't already tried it you may want to give rice milk a whirl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henrysmom
    I had a *really* good bison steak the other day.... mmmm.....
    My best friend's dad is an organic bison farmer. Well, it's his hobby- he's actually a doctor. But he has about 70 head. They're delicious.

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    DefaultRe: New Grain-free food (Taste of the Wild)

    In undergrad, we used to eat at Ted's Montana Grill, and they have bison steaks and burgers (other stuff too) - I think I like it better than beef.

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    Nick were are you buying this food from? The only place I see it available is online at petdirect. Their price is $42.00 for 30lb bag. Maybe I'll call the company I may try the duck formula, as I'm a tad bit worried that my allergy dog may have issues with the other one due to the variety of protein sources in it. I'm still up in the air over my choice of formula, I do have plenty of their current food left so it gives me time to think..

    All you guys that get Bison...I'm jealous! You cannot find that in my area at all

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    DefaultRe: New Grain-free food (Taste of the Wild)

    A local food store in town has it - I haven't checked any of the major stores yet.

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