After reviewing a bunch of threads, it seems the consensus is that sliced deli meat from the supermarket is full of salt, nitrates and other preservatives. Does it follow that those big plastic-wrapped frozen turkey breasts have the same problem? I love deli turkey sandwiches, but have committed to being as healthy and clean as possible. I can't eat tuna 24-7. I'd be willing to roast a turkey breast and freeze it in weekly portions, but don't want to waste my time if it's just the same as the deli meat.