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General Discussion / Re: How to chew raw meat.
« on: July 29, 2020, 01:19:21 am »
Breasts are fine and, in other raw Chicken sections of this Forum, you will find enthusiastic fans of legs and even whole Chickens with the skin on.    Also raw Duck and Turkey and other poultry worth trying - I once had a 'fowl' Christmas with all three on offer, and enjoyed them for their different flavours and textures.    Presently enjoying plenty of raw Fish and also a fan of fermented Fish, kept for a long time, thoroughly rotten, very rotten, or extremely rotten with sharp strong flavour.   Try your own experiments and find what you like.

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General Discussion / Re: How to chew raw meat.
« on: July 27, 2020, 05:28:41 pm »
If you cut it small enough you have the choice of chewing or swallowing.    You can buy small quantity of quality meat, or larger amount of poorer meat which needs more work.    Why not try Chicken or Fish which can melt in the mouth?   If it is     fermented it generally needs less chewing, and leaving it outside lets it rot uniformly throughout.    Even tough meats are usually worth the effort if you really want to chew.

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Hot Topics / Re: Devil's Advocate
« on: July 11, 2020, 04:38:32 pm »
Undercooking is often a precedence to disaster as it allows bacteria to develop to an unlimited extent and is often related to experiences when 'dining out'.    If it is safe to eat raw, why half cook it?

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: High on raw squid ?
« on: June 29, 2020, 03:44:04 am »
Having read the article in French there are clearly additional risks with eating raw or improperly prepared squid of which I was not aware.    Clearly one needs to fully investigate potential hazards before eating any unfamiliar dish, and understand the consequences of incorrect preparation.    One of the ladies affected was Japanese so one might assume she was aware of this problem.

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Wondered if this might help?
French captions to English (approximately)

PICTURE LEFT TO RIGHT AND THEN DOWN AT  END:
1.   “Safety!   I am Bear Grylls and I am going to teach you to survive in a hostile environment.”
2.   (top) “Today man is too comfortable, incapable of drawing away from his environment.”
      (bottom)  “He has a little tendency to rest and all the time count on the others.”
3.   (top) “Take these discharge of mammal for example.”
      (bottom)  “an unimaginable providence of nature!”
4.   (left)  “All the nutrients that have not been digested.”
      (right)  “With a little sorting, there is something to have enough energy to keep me going!”
5.   (Television Screen)   ‘This was a message from the Minister of Security and Health.”
Layout of captions to pictures in French Comic:
1   2   3
4   5


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I think they mean let the animal choose plants for itself, not us.   Not always a wise decision?

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Support Sabertooth's scepticism of theories brought forward to explain the origins of viruses, and fear an obsession with these could hinder paths to the development of vaccines to overcome the disease.   Worse still they could interfere with international relationships which are vitally important just now.    Studies of these topics can be safely pursued when the virus comes under our control.

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Fighting fire with fire
« on: February 28, 2020, 02:30:09 am »
A caution with eating potatoes is that they must be completely buried during growth as they can turn green if exposed to sunlight which produces Solanin which is highly toxic.    This cannot be removed by cooking, and is dangerous, so keep them in a dark damp sack if stored in a shed or cupboard.

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Primal Diet / Re: Are you sure that rotten Fish is safe to eat?
« on: February 20, 2020, 04:42:24 am »
Pleased you are enjoying the high Fish, and you could probably have just aired the remainder to eat instead of throwing it away.    Wise to be cautious at first, and refer to Newbies advice section of this Forum for useful information.

Sorry you have stopped because of proximity to other people, but you can continue when clear.    Agree high Fish probably the smelliest, but you get to enjoy the smell, and eventually like it.    Your choice of other meats is sensible, and best to avoid Chicken and Pork until you are more used to the diet, but do not forget them.     If blending a smoothie with raw vegetables appeals, just try it.

Eventually you should be able to extend your selection to include items for which you have developed interest and these will extend your capabilities.    You may even ignore the flies in future and experience delicacies that Sabertooth likes!

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Health / Re: Tinnitus and Earache Won’t Go Away
« on: February 03, 2020, 08:32:34 pm »
Support Pagangoy:
Raw Fish is ideal help, and reduces irritation.

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General Discussion / Re: Convert Freezer to Meat Locker Like Derek
« on: January 30, 2020, 04:01:26 am »
Putting wires through door seals on a freezer or refrigerator without damage or air gap is easily arranged with flat flexible printed circuit or ribbon wire strips which are thin like paper.   These can be joined to ordinary wires again at each end.

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General Discussion / Re: eat chicken skin?
« on: January 22, 2020, 06:25:31 am »
Could be left to get high and become softer over time?    Never tried this with chicken skin on its own.

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Primal Diet / Re: Are you sure that rotten Fish is safe to eat?
« on: January 01, 2020, 02:03:13 am »
Any progress with rotten Fish since July 3, 2019?    How are you getting on Fireball?

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General Discussion / Re: eat chicken skin?
« on: December 30, 2019, 04:41:44 am »
Suggest looking at following on this Forum:
Digestibility of raw animal skins
Chicken pluck
The Butcher
AV may have felt skin was indigestible or, if plucking involved dipping in bleach solution to remove feathers in industrial production of chickens, undesirable.
Have eaten Raw Chicken, Raw Turkey and Raw Duck for a really 'fowl' Christmas, and had both Chicken and Pork from local supermarkets.   Most cooked meats can prove tougher than raw versions, if cooked badly.

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General Discussion / Re: eat chicken skin?
« on: December 30, 2019, 12:25:48 am »
"AV says not to eat it but Paul Lundkvist, a bodybuilder/personal trainer living in Stockholm says the chicken skin and fat are the tastiest part to him, and he eats them first" - according to Raw Kyle in a previous entry.    Others have said it tastes pretty amazing with all the fat!   Glad you have tried Raw Chicken and find you like the distinct taste and flavor.     

Many won't try Raw Chicken or Raw Pork, and are missing out on some tasty treats.    If you don't try it how will you know if you like it?

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Primal Diet / Re: food poisoning from chicken
« on: October 23, 2019, 08:46:42 pm »
Cooking will be the last part of handling Raw Chicken, and all stages need careful management.   There are many possibilities of not cooking sufficiently, not achieving the correct temperature, placing the Chicken at any time in contact with a risky environment, attempted re-heating, storing incorrectly, and even serving in a suitable condition.    As with any cooked food, care is needed.    This is also the case with raw food and freshness, quality, and purity may seem even more important.    High meat should not be attempted from cooked food,  however, using raw food it is achievable and enjoyable, and is a big difference between cooked and raw.   

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Science / Re: Never trust the government on food advice
« on: September 03, 2019, 05:19:19 am »
Perhaps they sent him a free sample to enjoy the flavour for himself?

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Health / Re: Mucus, biofilm and yeast
« on: July 10, 2019, 06:30:54 am »
The problem has now been resolved, and am sorry to put this in the most immediate file of use today.    Please disregard my message and remove this and message above from this topic altogether - just delete them!

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Health / Re: Mucus, biofilm and yeast
« on: July 10, 2019, 02:07:46 am »
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Just seen your article which considers UNDERCOOKED CHICKEN which has always been regarded as potentially risky.    I was talking about completely RAW chicken.

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Have enjoyed eating raw chicken, rotten raw chicken and very rotten raw chicken, and obtained the raw chicken from supermarket and similar sources, with and without the skin on.   Had problem in 1991 which it was suggested was attributed to chicken, but no trouble since then.    Suggest you look in the Forum for other contributor's experiences by simply entering your food choice in the box at the top of the page.   Not recommended for Newbies who have own information on a page, though they may adopt it later in their experience.

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You seem to be scaring yourself to death before you feed yourself up to recover!    Just take all the usual precautions and look at views on the Forum.   Most of us have tried raw chicken, rotten chicken and very rotten chicken and enjoyed the distinctive flavour.    Not necessarily a good choice at the beginning - but not one to overlook with experience.    Raw pork is another one likely to stir the conscience ----- but you have already tried that.    Theme through all the reported experiences on this Forum is to enjoy what you eat!   

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Primal Diet / Re: Are you sure that rotten Fish is safe to eat?
« on: July 03, 2019, 12:18:27 am »
Problems encountered by Inuits related to their use of plastic containers in recent times which caused a biological degrade of their meat and fish in contact with it.    Avoid use of plastic containers except for an outer shield and air the contents frequently.    Fish and meat can even be fermented at higher temperatures as explained above.

(Thanks for joining Raw Paleo Diet Forum particularly as your advice is needed at this time.    Welcome to the Forum and thanks again!)

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General Discussion / Re: Insects Guide for RPD Westerners
« on: June 15, 2019, 03:34:15 pm »
QUOTE:Re: a_real_man's journal
« Reply #7 on: October 12, 2017, 04:44:07 am »
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For the last 5 months or so, pretty much all I drank was raw milk. Recently, I felt that my thirst for milk has been quenched. I've stopped drinking milk and now I just hydrate on eggs with a bit of help from fruit. Out of curiosity, I tried drinking a bit of water and was repulsed by it.

I also recently read Instinctotherapy by Burger. So I am giving this a shot.

I've been gradually increasing my arsenal of insects. I eat maggots that find their way into my high meat. I also capture bees, cut out their stingers, and eat them. They taste like nut with nectar. Similar for butterflies. I captured a black beetle and ate it. It was crunchy and delicious. I've been craving more beetles since. So I'm farming mealworms. I caught a big green grasshopper... The taste was so rich..  like the smell of lime, but as a flavor. Also caught rolly pollies but they taste like dust. Crickets also had a plain taste.

Another thing I've noticed is that I'm not at all excited about "fresh" raw meat right now. So I am fermenting whatever I can. I have a cod sitting around on my balcony for a week now. I tried it and was really into it; tastes like smoked fish with a bit of cheese.

REPLY:
You liked the cod left sitting on your balcony for a week.   Have you tried this since October 12, 2017, and do you still like this fish preparation?


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High fish is generally great, but you need to get used to it gradually, trying varieties of raw fish becoming progressively rotten over many weeks.    Correctly aired, and kept outside the refrigerator it will never get too rotten to enjoy, and improve with age, unless allowed to dry out.

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