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General Discussion / Re: Mucus - beneficial or harmful?
« on: October 18, 2018, 07:19:11 pm »
Yes, I just eat butter and cream. Not cheese or milk because is hard to get.
The same thing. My stools were hard at the beginning and soft the rest of it.
I will start my dairy now, it's really essential to determine what works for you.
Interesting, I think I'm going to start drinking half a cup of low-alcohol high-acidic drinks and see if that helps my digestion. Recently I have problems with trapped gas and incomplete stools.

General Discussion / Re: Mucus - beneficial or harmful?
« on: October 18, 2018, 02:19:57 am »
I have your same stool symptoms since I started cooked zero carb. Pale stools, hard initially, mucus, some blood and remaining liquid in my bowels. I've transition to a raw primal diet and this phenomenon is no longer happening. I don't remember what I was mainly eating on my cooked zero carb but since I started raw primal I haven't added cheese. Now my stools are extremely soft and with pieces of undigested raw fats.
I really regret not having a good diary of my days of cooked zero carb to realize what has changed now. Probably this problem is going to come back because of my irregularities dieting so I'll start a food diary now and see what is happening so this phenomenon could be explained better.

General Discussion / Re: Carnivore diet burnout
« on: October 17, 2018, 10:47:38 pm »
can't imagine being fulfilled by eating grocery store food.   Can't you seek out farmers/ranchers in your area?    Fresh dark raw beef liver is anything but boring. Soft raw creamy yellow/orange bone marrow would compare to Any fat. Deep dark grass fed sirloin or rib eye accompanied by buttery yellow thinly sliced back fat is one of the most delectable flavors, would appease anyone blindfolded at any cocktail party...  Obviously, I'm suggesting you're not eating the best tasting animal foods...

@Mr_Sirloin I completely agree with this comment. It's impossible to get boring of eating meat if you are doing it right. I had a dry-aged purple piece of grass-fed and fatty beef picanha today, I enjoyed every single bite. You don't event want to swallow it, just keep it in your mouth because of that undescribable flavor.
Tender and lean cuts of meat are boring, for me they are baby food. I think raw paleo babies should have started eating meat from this cuts. Avoid all that boring stuff, grab a piece of brisket, chuck, butt or plate and you'll see how your meals are going to be fun very single day.

General Discussion / Re: Is variety important?
« on: October 17, 2018, 08:10:46 am »
Maybe trying to import food from just one hemisphere. I mean, if you live near the poles eat just food from that hemisphere and do not eat tropical fruits or something like that.

General Discussion / Re: Is variety important?
« on: October 16, 2018, 07:34:05 am »
I think variety, but local and seasonal is paleo. Eating foods imported more than 500 miles away may be considered unpractical. Just add some organ meats, seafood, heirloom fruit every time is in season near your area.

Hot Topics / Re: Fruitarian testimony
« on: October 16, 2018, 06:54:40 am »
Interesting. I understand the mechanism behind bacteria feeding on sugar, but how the Ca:Mg ratio does affects teeth enamel?

Hot Topics / Re: Fruitarian testimony
« on: October 14, 2018, 02:48:53 am »
I don't understand how they are keeping their teeth okay. It seems that they're doing it right for now, maybe because at their early age they don't need that much protein and essential fatty acids to maintain necessary processes. Or maybe they are not showing all the supplements and toothpaste they are taking.

Hot Topics / Re: The least toxic (cooked) junk food.
« on: October 13, 2018, 10:47:55 am »
@norawnofun: That information about the king of Ethiopia was very interesting. I think steaming or boiling is the best way of cooking food too. But, following what Steffanson wrote in his book about scurvy and those marine expeditions dying of this disease, It seems that the most efficient thing to prevent getting scurvy is eating rare (or raw) animal flesh and organs (adrenals). Even Eskimos who ate their food sometimes raw and sometimes cooked they did not cooked it thoroughly, they retain the center "pink". I agree with you about drinking the broth where you cook your meat. Most of the cultures who cook their foods mainly in water does this in different ways. Some make soups, others stews or casseroles, some make a kind of cream with any type of starch. All of them are trying to rescue the juices and the fat that get out of the meat. Really interesting stuff.

For me least toxic cooked junk is cooked ripe plantains. I don't know but they are soft and moist and digest really fast that does not cause me any type of discomfort.

General Discussion / Best type of fridge for hanging meat.
« on: October 13, 2018, 08:31:46 am »
Hello guys, I'm a raw paleo newbee and I've been reading your posts quietly for several weeks. Today I decided to ask a question because I really want to do this right and try to not expose myself to a dangerous health situation.

So, first is safety. I've looked up that the best way to keep meat fresh or at least dry aged is in a refrigerator. I live in my parents' house so I don't too much space in the common fridge. I'm looking now to buy an used fridge for storing my hanging meat. I'm looking for a good and slow aging process (around 0.5-1 degrees) well-ventilated fridge where I can put some mason jars for other animal foods too.
These are my possible options, which is best?
Mini fridge, regular fridge, commercial coke cooler or wine cooler.
I don't know if all thsese machines can be force regulated with a temperature controller which is what i'm going to do.

Journals / Re: High liver smell taste and effects
« on: October 07, 2018, 08:40:14 am »
Hope to hear more about your experience fermenting liver. I'm dwelling on doing it too.

Welcoming Committee / Looking foward to add data to history
« on: October 07, 2018, 05:48:42 am »
Being on raw paleo diet for three months now, still adjusting.
I'm from south america, culture needs to change and rebuild their columns.

Greetings to everyone!

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