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Off Topic / Fighting back against the Looney Left vegans...
« on: January 08, 2019, 12:48:50 am »

The snowflakes have managed to get their way by constantly complaining about even the slightest infringements of their POV. I would suggest that  we non-snowflakes  do the same and immediately complain whenever our own POV is being attacked....

Off Topic / UK Hard-Left Party want to impose a meat-tax
« on: January 07, 2019, 07:45:56 pm »

There is also more interference with food by Belgium, though, unusually, it is a positive thing:-

Personally, I wouldn't mind kosher and halal being available for the 2 religions, but I am horrified by companies and governments deliberately forcing non-Jews/non-Muslims to eat kosher/halal meats. For one thing, I like my raw meat to be good and bloody.

General Discussion / Melissa Henig, RVAF diet guru
« on: January 06, 2019, 04:34:58 am »

Here's a RVAF diet guru that's worth supporting, imo:-

Off Topic / Minor RPD recommendation
« on: January 05, 2019, 04:05:50 am »

A local supermarket, Merkur, has been extremely diligent in providing RPD-friendly foods in high quantities and often very low prices. While I avoid the raw chicken and raw turkey, even though they taste  a lot less worse than the intensively-farmed chicken and turkey found in the UK and the US,  I now have found raw goose meat available there as well. It is lovely and fatty, with the red meat part being fatty which is key for me re taste(I can only handle white fat if from 100% grassfed raw leg of lamb). From past encounters with goose eggs in the UK, I gather that geese, unlike some other fowl, have to be fed on grass and similiar in order to remain healthy, so the geese don't get the 100% soy/100% corn diets that other birds usually have forced on them. Best of all, on Fridays and Saturdays, the supermarket loves to slap -50% off labels on their meats and, since I have no absurd fear of food-poisoning or whatever nonsense, I often pay as little as  1 euro 50 cents for 2 pig's tongues.

Off Topic / Warning re mislabelling of raw foods
« on: December 29, 2018, 07:50:44 pm »

I mentioned, ages ago, how Uk laws allowed honey to be labelled "raw" as long as it had "only" been heated to no more than 80 degrees Celsius for a short time. Similiarly, I now encounter "salmon tartare" which is actually smoked salmon, not raw at all. Recently, I even had a beef tartare at a local restaurant which had a cooked fried egg on top(anathema!) and also made me feel ill as there was a definite chemical aftertaste shortly after the meal. In other words, the chef, out of fear of raw meats, habitually cleaned his meat-knife with detergents, but failed to fully clean it inbetween.

Off Topic / New , unusual food coming to my supermarket
« on: December 25, 2018, 07:17:12 am »

The supermarkets in Austria often have much higher quality than elsewhere abroad. Depending on the chain, they can provide raw wild game , or very cheap innards. Plus, intensive-farming is much less of an issue. The 100% grassfed meat market segment is growing but still very small. What shocked me recently, though, was the appearance of grassfed/pastured chicken. I bought and ate some but was not too impressed. I gather from RVAFers that chickens ought to be fed as much as possible on  insects/worms/carrion and other raw animal food in order to taste great, but, at least it's a start. I am now hoping for raw  eggs from 100% grassfed chickens,  if that's possible.

Well, folks, I always have to compromise at Christmas. I usually insist on eating the raw turkey raw, preferably grassfed, and also get hold of raw wild duck fillets as well. However, the stuffing is cooked. Anyone know of a raw stuffing recipe or a raw Christmas pudding recipe?

Off Topic / Irish Off-grid Donegal Cottage Available..
« on: December 15, 2018, 12:50:49 am »
I have a half brother who has an off-grid cottage on the Donegal coastline, in a formerly-almost-deserted village of Port-Donegal:-

Lighting/electricity is available via solar-panels.Running water is available via a flowing stream up the hill.Central-heating via peat-burning and gas is available as well. Raw meat is available in Donegal Town and Ardara.

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