eljo55520 karma2021-11-21 19:42:11 UTC
It wasn't until my ex-husband was in his forties that it was discovered that he had Kallman's syndrome. He was originally told that he must have had a "bad cold" when he was a young child. What is your experience with that?
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eljo55513 karma2017-11-21 19:09:49 UTC
The best poultry I've ever had were the 6 pound or heavier "roaster" chickens. I haven't seen them in years despite working with my local meat market, everything is "young chickens" or fryers.
Is it possible to get large chickens anywhere?
eljo5556 karma2021-11-21 20:46:50 UTC
Yes, understood. As it is a genetic syndrome, I doubt there is much being done around it but I thought you would be a good person to ask.
eljo5551 karma2017-11-21 19:18:14 UTC
So they still exist? I've tried freezer sections, face-to-face help, everything. I was told that since they sell so few of them they aren't around anymore and that I would have to buy a whole case!
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