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I have done the fruitarian thing for some years - I was vegan for about 6 years in which I tried various versions of veganism eating like fruitarian, rawtill4, whole plants, you name it...

It was a few years ago now, but I remember that during my fruitarian phase, I was feeling hungry a lot, no matter how much fruit I ate (basically my stomach was full, but I felt hungry). I also remember needing the toilet a lot (compared to a more ZC carnivore approach that I am on now).

After 6 years of being vegan, I felt really sick, having flu symptoms all the time, feeling depressed, having wild mood swings. I have blood tests and there is a lot of detail about all the ways eating this way made me sick, but this is all I care to disclose right now.

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Personals / Re: Where is the best land for Raw Paleo refugee?
« on: January 14, 2022, 05:46:09 pm »
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So instead of waiting until the last minute to prepare an escape plan, I would be interested in brainstorming with others about prospect locations that would be ideal for raising sheep semi off grid, near a community of people dedicated to maintaining maximum personal freedom through the duration of the War. A place of low enough population density with enough quality grazing land to actually support a small self sustaining community.

I do not live in US, but if I did, South Dakota looks pretty good regarding the response:

https://ballotpedia.org/States_that_did_not_issue_stay-at-home_orders_in_response_to_the_coronavirus_(COVID-19)_pandemic,_2020

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Personals / Re: What happened to svrn?
« on: January 13, 2022, 09:54:54 pm »
Agreed, it's kind of a lonely road that we have embarked on. No regrets though  ;)

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High-meat: Handling + storage question

1. Having 50 to 75% Air Space is ok?
2. Opening or not the Lid? Was going to keep it sealed till consumption.
3. Storing in a dark place?
4. Gently rotating/shaking how often? 1x per day?

Can share my experience:

1. Yes
2. I open it when I remember (like once every 3 days or so), others suggest to keep it sealed.
3. I store it in a separate fridge from the main one, this was suggested to me by a forum member and it's a great tip. Obviously it's dark in the fridge (unless you open the door ;)).
4. I use a long handle spoon to turn things every time I air.

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I agree with 98-99% of what he said.

In previous posts he made I already spoke about my little disagreement with the babies thing.

His argument is that most people do not educate their children themselves, so if you leave your children to be educated by the NWO indoctrination system, well you are just providing more NPCs to the world.
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Fair point, thank you GS & political atheist.

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Love this!

... but seems to be anti-babies. I thought you were for making as many kids as possible  ;)

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I suppose there are a couple of approaches to this:

1) You could look at number of erections and emotional stability. Do you wake up with wood every morning ? Compare how that feels with different foods, do you get more, or less erections on dairy versus just on meat for example.

2) You could do blood tests and see your levels after consuming different foods for a period of time.

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Easy low-alcohol mead
« on: December 21, 2021, 01:53:22 pm »
How is it cooked? I'm brewing up some right now. Indeed, just make some tea with sugar and add the 'mushroom'. It is now eating the sugar and making it 'vinegarry'. It is taking a long time though, but that is probably due to the lower temperatures here.

When you make tea do you not boil water ... is that not 'cooking' it if you expose it to heat ?

Aajonus suggests the same, see https://aajonus.online/qna/2000_05_21

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Q: What about kombucha tea?

A: It is all garbage – you have to cook it to make it. It is not a real mushroom.
"

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Easy low-alcohol mead
« on: December 20, 2021, 01:19:12 pm »
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Also will be getting a kamboucha culture soon, so will try with that as well.
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Kombucha is cooked though, rather than raw. Are you alright with that ?

I used to make it years ago, if I remember correctly you have to make the tea, cool it, then put a slimy kombucha 'mushroom' in it to ferment.

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Welcoming Committee / Re: Michal from Poland
« on: December 01, 2021, 11:03:57 pm »
Ah, interesting. I had diarrhea for 3-4 weeks when I started eating raw, nothing painful just watery stool. I didn't give it much though, just powered through it  ;D

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Welcoming Committee / Re: Michal from Poland
« on: November 30, 2021, 08:21:59 am »
Hi Michal, welcome to the forum. What sort of health problems are you working through ?

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I expect that you will get different versions of answers, here's mine.

From your list, I would keep:

- Dried fruit like blueberries, goji
- Raw fruit like old variety of local apples; shipped pomegranate, grapefruit, lemon/citrus
- Butter organic grass fed

And would get rid of everything else listed.

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Questions... Raw Meat
« on: November 24, 2021, 08:24:12 pm »
This has been my experience:

0. I keep the fish frozen, but the meat only in the fridge (even if it gets mouldy sometimes - I eat it anyway).

1. If you mean body odour, then nothing after adaptation to fully raw - although in the beginning there might be detox and body odour, also if you were to keep eating cooked and raw there might be some body odour. Only when I went 100% raw meat, no more body odour.

2. Similar to the answer to 1. - during adaption might stink, after not much smell. Consistency normal after adaptation, I had watery stool for a few weeks in the beginning, nothing painful though.

3. I feel much calmer, more empathic to other people, more loving, more helpful.

4. I feel that I'd like to be closer to other people, before starting to eat like this I wanted to be alone all the time.

5.1. I just had watery stools, possibly lower energy for a while.

5.2. I cannot comment as each journey tends to be unique to the individual - but smoked salmon is sort of cooked.

6. Correct.

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General Discussion / Re: High quality eggs in UK
« on: October 13, 2021, 01:44:14 am »
2C is quite low. Do you still notice benefit from it?
Most chicken feed contain soy, even organic feed.

Raw milk has not worked for me, I tried for a few weeks but I gained weight constantly and kept giving me tummy ache.

Raw eggs, I do not crave - used to eat about 18 a day, but I do not feel like it at this time.

Since a few months I have been on meat and water and that seems to suit me best.

Might have been 4C for the milk (you can ask them on Facebook if you want), cannot remember accurately. Either way, I am not consuming it currently, milk in general has not worked for me.

I have also tried Guernsey raw milk and products, made no difference to me, but if you want to try, these do ship nationwide: https://www.hurdlebrook.co.uk/

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General Discussion / Re: High quality eggs in UK
« on: October 12, 2021, 02:52:00 pm »
Hi,

Do they ship nationally?

Did you ask them at what temperature is the milk cooled in their collection tank and at what temperature do they store the milk?

Did you ask them what exactly they feed to the chickens and cows?

No
Yes, 2C IIRC
No

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General Discussion / Re: High quality eggs in UK
« on: October 11, 2021, 01:54:29 pm »
Anybody knows some high quality egg sources in the UK?

A farm could be your best bet. Not sure what area you live in, but I buy raw milk and eggs from Fox's Fridge:

https://www.facebook.com/foxsfridge/

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General Discussion / Re: New jar for every high meat batch, or reuse ?
« on: October 05, 2021, 01:42:21 am »
I havent't done it with high meat, but with many fermented foods.
In my experience, it will affect. If your batch was good, I would say use the previous jar, if it wasn't so good, change it.
It makes sense because there will be bacteria on it, and that particular strain might be interesting or not.
Just decide by taste.

Thank you, good tip.

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General Discussion / New jar for every high meat batch, or reuse ?
« on: September 28, 2021, 02:03:50 am »
Hi,

What has been your experience, do you reuse jars for high meat or you throw away after each batch and grab a new one ?


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Health / Re: Intestine issues in the morning
« on: September 27, 2021, 09:01:56 pm »
Well, that actually is his recipe! He introduced the concept of high meat to people!

Yeah, the recipe for making high meat is pretty much the same everywhere as far as i see. But it seems that AV indeed introduced it to people.

Ah ! Thank you for clarifying.

Sharing this documentary about fermented shark, thought it might be of interest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnjtnzyTNoQ



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Health / Re: Intestine issues in the morning
« on: September 26, 2021, 08:33:47 pm »
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Making sure I eat raw meat daily makes me slowly detox unhealthy toxins that were stored in my body. No fruit or shake has ever helped me with that. I only use his high meat recipe.

I find that when I try fruits, they make my teeth hurt - surely what is good as a diet for humans, should not cause tooth (or any other) ache ? I do not have cavities, just weak teeth surface I suppose.

I eat only raw meat and drink water, rarely (like once every 3 months or so) I might have to do a social event and have to eat steak or something.

Sorry if this is a silly q, but how is AV's recipe different than 'put meat in jar, air every few days, leave it for a few weeks' ? I mean are there different recipes for making high meat ?

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Off Topic / Re: Work Alternatives
« on: September 24, 2021, 01:00:45 am »
There are multiple ways to financial independence.

My way is slow and steady: spend less than I earn, invest the rest, retire early.

When I say invest, I mean in S&P500 via Vanguard (lowest fees).

You are basically investing in the whole US (largest 500 companies), rather than a single company i.e. much less risk.

And then it goes up and down over the years, but overall you should end up being ahead in 10-20 years.

Save every month a little bit if you can etc.

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General Discussion / Re: My concerns
« on: September 14, 2021, 02:14:47 pm »
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In Europe not all fridges are frost free, most of them they are not, and they make the meat wet and rot.
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My brain fog it's maybe related to them, because when I eat completely raw I don't get that headache, but I don't really know.
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My fridge does make the high meat mouldy, but I eat it anway - have not had problems because of it, and I eat like 1 lbs at one meal when I have it. I saw videos of Vonderplanitz where his meat was very mouldy, he seemed fine with it.

The brain fog, do you have the possibility to take a general blood test, see where you are, especially in terms of vitamin B12 and vitamin D ? In UK one can order a blood test at home, and the results displayed online on a website that one has access to.

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Easy low-alcohol mead
« on: September 13, 2021, 01:55:18 pm »
Haha ! Now I see what you mean after searching for those words. Thank you  ;D

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Easy low-alcohol mead
« on: September 11, 2021, 10:55:31 pm »
Interesting idea. Any chance of a picture with how the balloon is setup ? I'm slow.

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Suggestion Box / Re: Maybe make a Q/A section for new people?
« on: September 11, 2021, 01:14:06 pm »
I do not drink coffee, when I wake up in the morning, I do not have brain fogginess or dizziness.

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