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"High-meat" is an acquired taste. When I first tried out various "high-meats", I found that aged fish and aged eggs  and aged muscle-meats to be absolutely revolting and could not  eat them if they were aged past a certain point. I found raw ox tongue and raw ox heart the easiest to deal with. I can, of course, handle raw aged cheese but, given the long-term effects of raw dairy on my health, I avoid that  as much as  humanly possible. I now can handle most muscle-meats as high-meat, but  still am put off by the taste of high-eggs and high seafood. I try to do things I enjoy, generally, so I am not too  worried about the lack of variety  of my high-meats.  Really, it's up to you - we all have different genes, different bodies, different health-situations, so we all have to experiment. I, for example, tend to get a nasty toxic shock in my mouth if I consume anything that is heavily salted.

I would advise against it. I have occasionally, in the past, eaten some "high-meat" that I had left far too long unaired, and I would always experience a very toxic taste-feeling when I put the stuff into my mouth. I took that  as a sign that I should avoid such in future.

No, you are being very clever. I have too many times put raw meat into glass jars inside 2 plastic boxes inside 2 plastic bags and the like , and then forgot about airing them once a day so that, after a weeK, I felt it wise to throw the meat away. If you can guarantee no fly-egg-contamination of the meat, then fine. The trouble I face is that I live with  various different others throughout the year, and they go paralytic and scared-to-death  at the mere mention of aging raw meat - at least they allow fresh, raw meat.

Check with GS, either PMing him from this board of forums or contacting him(ediwn casimeiro) on his website directly. He is the tech guru.I have had personal problems with many government websites all over the world with using the opera browser. I hate that as it is far more user-friendly than others. Beware of the flies as they are ingenious re getting their eggs under the lids of closed jars so that the eggs automatically drop into the meat as soon as you unscrew them.  I don't know if any netting can stop the eggs getting through.

Health / Re: Couperose/telangiectatic rosacea
« on: May 22, 2019, 06:09:29 pm »
I used to have a lot of skin inflammation all over my body. I eventually found that raw dairy/pasteurised dairy was responsible, and got rid of the skin-related issues after c.4 months of going dairy-free RPD. It would be a good idea to get an allergy test as well as a food-intolerance test just in case. Don't overeat, as water-fasting allows the body more time and more resources to deal with some health-problems. Besides, quality is way better than quantity, as regards  raw foods. Raw foods anyway contain much higher nutrient-levels than cooked foods, so it is silly to gorge all the time.

Of course, for all I know, this skin-problem may be due to nutritional deficiency on a raw vegan diet, so just continuing with raw foods may eventually get it to disappear in time. Given decades of physical abuse on a cooked diet then vegan diet,  most RPDers find that major health-problems take on average  c.2-3 years to resolve.

Science / More data on the benefits of bacteria
« on: May 21, 2019, 07:59:07 pm »

The above, along with other scientific data linking higher intelligence to bacteria does seem to imply that regularly eating some high-meat is a very good idea.

Off Topic / Nature Deficit Disorder
« on: May 19, 2019, 02:35:48 pm »

Being surrounded by Nature helps avoid myopia to some extent, and reduces the chance of many other conditions. While I despise the Royal Family, with the sole exception of Prince Phillip, Kate has the right idea, if only on this subject.

Off Topic / Re: Something to ponder as regards high-meat
« on: May 15, 2019, 02:32:17 pm »
Umm, just cut the raw meat out of the plastic, put the pieces in a glass jar. Personally, when I, ages ago, used to leave some raw meat in plastic in the fridge to age, it never seemed to bother me.

Off Topic / Something to ponder as regards high-meat
« on: May 15, 2019, 12:10:47 am »
I was just wondering why we are told by AV et al to eat high-meat that has  bacteria in it exposed to air(ie aerobic bacteria). Surely, if the high-meat bacteria are supposed to populate the gut, then anaerobic bacteria would be more likely needed instead?

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: New and Concerns
« on: May 14, 2019, 11:47:11 pm »
I like the taste of raw liver. However, given past experiences, I avoid eating it too much of it at a time. One just gets used to it over time. Best to only eat raw liver from wild or grassfed sources.

Off Topic / Mother has baby taken away because of something she ate
« on: May 14, 2019, 08:41:59 pm »

RPD families should be wary of authorities interfering due to their RPD lifestyles. The above article is just 1  example among many.

No idea which this is, but the USDA Nutrient Database also distinguishes between raw and cooked.

Hot Topics / Usefulness of vegan propaganda
« on: May 13, 2019, 09:23:25 pm »

I would not mind the idea of animals being raised better(I already encounter chicken eggs in Austrian supermarkets which are now claimed to have been fed on grasses and herbs instead of the usual soy claims), I just hope that this does not lead to no animals at all being slaughtered or used for milk or eggs.

Science / Re: More dates being pushed back to ancient times
« on: May 13, 2019, 07:59:34 pm »

As regards Palaeo times, due to political correctness etc., certain Palaeo-era  dates turned out to have occurred much, much earlier than thought. It is no surprised, therefore, to find that the Portuguese may have been to Australia first.


People in past centuries have used raw meat facials and the like. It seems that veganism, being a proper movement, now has people cashing in on vegan burgers and other highly-processed rubbish. What next? Vegan hairdressers? Vegan manicurists? I note that vegetarians in  c.1900-era Germany would  go in  heavily for naturism? Quite frankly, I find naturism more of a RPD-oriented  pastime, given the nakedness of the, ahem, raw flesh etc. Or maybe RPDers could make some cheap, unprocessed beef jerky to sell to RPDers? Just some ideas to expand the movement.

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