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General Discussion / Re: How can I make raw meat taste nicer
« on: June 09, 2022, 11:33:14 pm »
It's normal to assume that meat fat is bad when most of the nutritional industrial complex has been pushing vegetable oil, starch and sugar for the past 40+ years.

If any positive mention is given to meat at all, it's about protein, and if you only want the protein then lean meat is where you'll find it.

This has been slowly changing over the past 10-15 years.

Add the fact that raw fat from grainfed animals tends to taste bad, and even most raw paleoers will tend to focus on lean cuts.

Another thing you can try is leaving meat out to get to room temperature, some even place it in the sun for a few hours to warm up. It does taste better that way.

Fortunately most people still believe fat is trash, so you are able to purchase fattier cuts more cheaply than lean ones. You can indeed buy fat trimmings from a local butcher or slaughterhouse depending on how things are structured where you live.

Everybody's always known that fat is where the taste is at, humans aren't supposed to eat a low fat diet. This is why things like heavy marbling is valued highly. Because that meat just tastes better when cooked. The reason marbled meat tastes better is because of all the fat that's inbetween the muscle. Due to the fact that it's not practical to try to remove it, people just eat it. Whereas in cuts where the fat is on the outside of the muscle, someone does the trimming either at the slaugherhouse, butcher shop or kitchen, or all of the above, until only the lean muscle remains, with the belief that lean is healthier.

General Discussion / Re: How can I make raw meat taste nicer
« on: June 06, 2022, 08:29:35 am »
You're probably eating low quality, grain fed meats. And/or you're having only very lean cuts.

You can season it a million different ways if you want to, but it should taste good on its own.

General Discussion / Re: Uruguyan beef
« on: June 05, 2022, 01:06:29 am »
I have often mentioned in the past,  i hope and beleieve on this forum as well that Uruguay is a high potential country for a primal paradise, the weather is perfect for growing pasture, tons of water, temperate subtropical intermediary climate, 5 cows per human and high quality of life and low crime for a 34d world country. Also for anyone traveling in USA aldis super market here in USA has Grass fed beef from Australia and Uruguay. The Australian beef doesn't taste anywhere near as good.  They also have food grass fed steaks at 10 dollars a pound, us grown ribeys and ny strip.

It could certainly be a possiblity.

Have you looked at land prices to buy or rent?

There are other concerns besides weather and soil structure. For example, you probably wouldn't want to set this up right in the middle of spray country.

A friend showed me some of his vids some 5 months ago and I said he looks like he 100% either does or did heavy roids. My friend didn't think so. He's into bodybuilding and I'm not.

I'm often puzzled by people assuming that someone who does a natural / healthy lifestyle wouldn't do something that is clearly contrary to that goal. If anything, it's the opposite. People who are dead set on a particular activity that is known to be bad for health, tend to look for ways to counteract those negative effects.

It's certainly possible that I'm entirely wrong on my assumptions about this guy. It really doesn't matter to me if he does or doesn't. It's his life and I don't know him.

First it was 5G that was trending as the cause,now it's snake venom.

If you study germ theory vs terrain theory,you should find something worth considering.

It's not either/or.

The towers emmit high power, pinpoin targeted microwaves that fry your brain. The shots contain not only poison, but also military grade nanotech that takes over your neurons and turns you into a remote controlled toy. The combination of the two is necessary to more effectively control everything you think and do. Many die as a result, but it's not an outright extermination, at least not yet, most who die are just collateral damage. The real goal is not mass deaths, but mass control.

Thus far, frequent shots are required to renew/recharge the nano, which the body does break down. Lots of experts have proven this and get cancelled, censored or simply get a free one-way ticket to the graveyard. If I post too much here, the forum might go down too. Look it up.

The nano is self assembling and needs building blocks as well as fuel, they're probably putting those in just about everything you eat, drink and breathe. Lots of reports of this too, but I can't say for certain if we're at that point yet.

Welcoming Committee / Re: Introducing myself
« on: April 11, 2022, 10:16:33 pm »
If you can afford it cooked, you can afford it raw also.

Cooking adds costs, it doesn't reduce them.

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: used to be "anti-nut"...
« on: April 07, 2022, 11:19:26 pm »
...but that was because of my vegan phase where nuts (and seeds) and a huge part of the diet. Full on bloating and constipation. I avoided nuts like the plague for many years, but after having very slowly more or less healed my gut (still not perfect) by going omnivore, I really love nuts -in small amounts. That's the trick. Almonds (their skins actually) are still not good more me, but many other nuts are ok. And, people forget the boron the give, a forgotten mineral (also good for teeth).

I think most nuts sold in regular markets are steamed / roasted. Almonds in particular are almost always cooked I believe.

Health / Re: Safe(r) Dentistry/Dental Materials
« on: April 07, 2022, 11:13:27 pm »
ALL dentistry materials are based on heavy metals, regardless of what serpent language/deceptive words does your dentist say. Same with tattoo inks, ALL are based on heavy metals.

Is gold used as an amalgam with heavy metals in dentistry?

Also I've heard in the past, ivory was used, before it was banned. The same source said that since then, some have resorted to using pork teeth material.

ex fruitarian here (ca 2012), has become a huge trend, lots of fruitarian paying retreats, including paying durian retreats/workshops... So this is really a money maker.
I still eat lots of fruits and love it, my body does not thrive on carnivorous diet, and nor on vegetarian/vegan (which I was for MANY years  from early-mid 90's9 . I am really an omnivore and also for me, the monomeal thing was not good in the long run (might be for others).
But, people need to understand that the short term and the long term effect of diet/food and other can sometimes gives opposite effects.
Fasting or eating only fruits can be detoxing. And I have noticed that eating a variety of ingredients, and/or have different meals/food everyday (not getting stuck in a habit of eating exactly the same stuff) is for me good.
Plus, herbs, roots and spices are an important part of my daily food intake, even if in small amounts. I do need some meat everyday, but the amount varies.

Keep in mind even if you eat a high volume of fruits, that could still be mostly water and add up to little sugar. Depending on the fruits you eat. So there are defintely people who eat "a lot" of fruits and still maintain a mostly carnivorous diet as far as energy sources go.

General Discussion / Re: Is it okay to eat raw beef liver only?
« on: March 29, 2022, 12:54:59 am »
According to MDs, it's risky to overeat liver, particularly raw, which supposedly leads to excessive vitamin A accumulation. I don't know if this is true or not but you should investigate the possibility that it could be.

All modern cases of vitamin A poisoning I know of came from pills. But I was told that the signs could also be seen in fossils of prehistoric humans who consumed raw liver. I don't know if that's true either.

I know in places like Svalvard where it's considered ok (and even encouraged) to hunt polar bears, hunters take the liver out of the carcass and bury it. Supposedly to prevent vitamin A poisoning in dogs, since polar bear liver is supposed to be superloaded with it.

AV always said that organs, particularly liver, of sick animals was a bad idea because it was full of toxins.

Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« on: January 20, 2022, 08:13:59 pm »
If Im blessed enough to live long, then one day I hope to find my pasture to homestead and teach the grandchildren the ancient ways.

I plan on starting such a pasture ranch in Argentina soon. If you wanted to, you could join and be a partner, else I could just let you know once we are up and running and taking guests/workers

All others who are interested can also let me know either here or by PM. If I don't reply, it's because I didn't see your message.

Personals / Re: What happened to svrn?
« on: January 14, 2022, 04:01:47 pm »
Yeah so I watched what smokey posted, there is no way that's the same person, even with massive face surgery.

Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« on: January 14, 2022, 03:47:18 pm »
I believe safety is in community, you need the right people in your area but also elsewhere, as what's safe today, may not be safe tomorrow. Having options ahead of time so that decisions must not be made in a rush and without proper consideration, is key.

Also keep in mind that it's not only the destination you should worry about, but the voyage.

Since few slaves step off the plantation with any frequency, it's most easy to target the ones who do than to constantly whip the ones staying put like they're supposed to.

Personals / Re: What happened to svrn?
« on: January 14, 2022, 03:29:34 pm »
I didn't know svrn was MilkJar, that said, and I noticed this before reading posts here, and even though I only saw a few hours of footage of MilkJar several years ago (I never saw that series that got him banned)... I can pretty much guarantee that the guy in that video you posted is not Milk Jar.

General Discussion / Re: Uruguyan beef
« on: January 06, 2022, 08:33:14 pm »
That's good to know Iguana. Next time I'm in Uruguay I'll let you know what it was like. What area are/were you in?

If you feel like it, you could share some pictures of what it looks like, if you're still there

EDIT: Oh I'm dumb, you're in Europe and buying from Uruguay. It's highly likely that exports from Uruguay to Europe are higher quality than beef found in megaurban uruguayan supermarkets.

Personals / What happened to svrn?
« on: January 05, 2022, 08:09:16 pm »
He's no longer active since July 30, 2017, and the last time he posted was early October 2016 when he said this:

But that probably wont happen before we are all rounded up by the cdc and forcibly vaccinnated when "the plagues" begin.

Personals / What happened to eveheart?
« on: January 05, 2022, 08:01:43 pm »
She's no longer active since October 04, 2019, and last posted on June 5, 2017

General Discussion / Re: Uruguyan beef
« on: January 05, 2022, 04:43:43 am »
In my experience all beef is tasty when dried like that. Was it tasty when fresh?

Jell-o is a gelatin dessert/gel, it looks like this:

What I meant when I asked if the muscle meat is like that, is that grain fed and sometimes grain finished beef will be very soft and jiggly, and lack taste.

General Discussion / Re: Uruguyan beef
« on: January 03, 2022, 06:22:22 am »
I do live in Argentina. Buenos Aires.

I usually have no problems with supermarket meat, but I'm fully aware that it's grain finished.

Is the fat in the beef you eat tasty, yellow, soft and buttery? Or is it white, like a paste and tasteless? And does it vary by cut?

Is the meat soft and jell-o like, or more structured and harder to chew?

Does the meat have a lot of taste and smell if fresh? Or is it like chewing tasteless jell-o?

Personals / Re: What happened to Inger?
« on: January 03, 2022, 06:19:19 am »
thank you Iguana

Personals / Re: What happened to Inger?
« on: January 03, 2022, 01:43:23 am »
That's good to know, thank you smokey

General Discussion / Re: Uruguyan beef
« on: January 03, 2022, 01:38:35 am »
I wonder what they mean by 70% of argentinian beef raised in feedlots. If they mean feedlot-finished, that could certainly be correct, and an even higher number might be reasonable.

But what is typically meant by "feedlot raised" in Argentina is cattle being feedlot-fed from weaning or shortly thereafter (with the mother often also being feedlot-fed). By that standard I'd say it's probably under 30%.

Unfortunately I can't recommend a source that I trust for you to buy from. I will let you know if that changes, I plan on starting a cattle ranch/farm in Argentina soon. Part of my reason for that is that it's too hard to find reliable good sources of beef.

Personals / What happened to Inger?
« on: January 02, 2022, 10:15:05 pm »
She was last active July 28th, 2020, and her last post was on April 26th, 2020.

Norway has lifted all restrictions over 3 months ago AFAIK.

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