As a stalker I eat pretty well, with a freezer full of venison, other food I eat is fresh veg and the Spelt bread I eat is from a decent bakers in Chipping Sodbury, Hobbs House, free range eggs and the occasional squirrel pie,.
I am finding when I eat processed food from Tescos or another supermarket that my stomach rumbles and is generally not content to process what I thrust into it.
Even Tesco sandwiches, egg and cress or tuna and sweetcorn which I munch on when in town actually stick in my throat, perhaps I eat them too quickly?
When chewing the bread it collapses very easily compared with the Spelt bread I eat, it seems to have no structure.
But I do find that processed food from these places is not good for me, perhaps I am spoilt or fortunate in what I eat but the crap which is put into these things must have a lot to do with it.
I think the bread sold in supermarkets is the stuff which is made almost from modified flour messed with by the producers to bulk up the quantities and modifed almost at a molecular level.
I had a Ginsters Chicken and Mushroom slice this lunchtime and one of their pasties slightly later on although I was spitting out the gristle from the pastie as I went and the fat stuck to the roof of my mouth as I eat, and now my guts are not happy.
I appreciate that this is probably mechanically recovered meat so not very good.
Any similar experiences or am I peculiar?