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Very, very interesting! Thanks for posting!!! I find this very interesting!!!

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Who intentionally eats bugs?
« on: June 18, 2017, 12:34:38 am »
Oh nice suggestions!! Thanks a bunch!! I love this group!!! YAY!!!!

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Who intentionally eats bugs?
« on: June 17, 2017, 01:03:53 pm »
Well... In all honesty, I might as well with meal worms, since I will be breeding them for a different science project I'm doing... So if they test clean after I feed them what i feed them, I might as well eat them. Right?! Waste not?!

This bird will be eating worms. Bwwaahahahahahahahahhahahaha

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Who intentionally eats bugs?
« on: June 17, 2017, 01:02:25 pm »
I'd like to get, say, cricket flour, but we'll... I doubt it's raw. Anyone know.of a raw big flour? Do I have to breed and kill and dehydrate and grind myself? Yick.

Primal Diet / Re: I suppose tea isn't really raw either.
« on: June 17, 2017, 12:52:29 pm »
When I stopped drinking coffee the main reason I didn't switch to drinking tea was that it was made from boiling water and I didn't feel like it was raw. I suppose sun tea would be the exception. Maybe I might try that one of these days but for now I'm satisfied with juicing...
but but... Rivers are from ice and snow which is put there from the water evaporating. So water is always going to be boiled at some point. The leaves certainly are boiled in tea, though. But water is never raw! Haha now I'm poking fun at you 😀

Primal Diet / Re: No Water
« on: June 17, 2017, 12:50:41 pm »
I wouldn't need water if I was consuming like half a gallon of raw milk everyday, either. Ha.

Oh oh oh! Slim Jim recipe?! Yes, please! That will go on the do to list, next to pepperoni, fish sauce, and pemmican!! Oh my I love this.

Primal Diet / Re: I'm making high meat for first time
« on: June 17, 2017, 12:47:29 pm »
Hahaha epic video!!! I'm really... Nervous to try this high meet stuff. Let's see how it goes? I've been fine with meat I've been air curing in my fridge for two weeks. But that's totally different!!! That's like a young salami. I mean... Salami. Salami is similar to high meat in ways. Well, let's see how this goes.

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Primal Shift
« on: June 17, 2017, 12:40:17 pm »
I absolutely love this thread. I love this group. I dont personally much care for raw milk, but raw cream? Get out of here. I will live in the stuff! Oh so much yummy. Shilijat sounds very interesting! Also.interstimg is I thought I liked raw milk until a few days ago. Realized I dont care much for it all. Additionally, I started craving tumeric!!! I've been thinking about making a fermented curry paste for the past few days and I have just been wanting to gnaw on tumeric and various herbs.

Welcoming Committee / Re: Hi, I'm Robin!
« on: June 16, 2017, 01:52:17 pm »
Oh stab me.  I'm dumb. Ha!   -v

Frozen meat through the meat slicer? I have a slicer but o don't like to freeze me meat so I do it by hand. But I'ma start making salami (I wonder how it compares to high meat and things like fish sauce, which are both anarobic compared the aerobic high meat) and use my slicer for homemade yummyness

Primal Diet / Re: I'm making high meat for first time
« on: June 16, 2017, 01:47:30 pm »
Yah, supposed to get you high and do all sorts of other things. I've been aging my meat in the fridge and eating it just fine. Before I was raw or primal, I'd hate to waste any good so much that I'd eat meat that was wrapped for like a week or two. It wouldn't be like high meat, but it would be slimy and nasty. Id just cook it and I was always like " well, this MIGHT suck..." And it never did. Funny thing is quite a few years ago, I had food poisoning for like five months straight, but that was from rotten fruits and veggies. Ah man, life is weird. I'm fascinated by high meat. I love a good fish sauce, and apparently high meat can go for so long it turns into a sauce. Then there's the whole mycotoxins thing. I dunno. I'm alive and didn't die from 5 months of straight food poisoning? Let's see how this goes!

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Shiitake Mushrooms
« on: June 16, 2017, 01:42:33 pm »
I can't do them raw. I'm ok with eating medicinal mushrooms in a cooked extract. Although today in overdid the chocolate and accidentally got high on the caffeine and it was stupid uncomfortable.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Liquified Ketogenic Diet
« on: June 15, 2017, 01:16:17 pm »
"Ray" reported developing esophageal gastric junction cancer 2 years after starting a ketogenic diet with vitamin D supplements:

Is a keto diet perhaps not a cancer cure-all?

No, it's not. I've read studies for people who have advanced cancer, and it not curing, but it did improve a lot of things. It also made their lives easier. But ketosis starves cancer cells. So I dunno. Maybe case by case... It's worth a shot.

I love someone who refused to change his diet even though he was told he has less than a year left, after being diagnosed with the fourth kind of cancer. He'd rather smoke all the tobacco and eat all the brightly colored cereal and add sugar to everything and eat all the candy and drink all the koolaide and yell at everyone cuz he's miserable and scared  and puke all the time cuz he's literally dying. So well....

Go for it. Nothing to lose and potentially a lot to gain. My heart bleeds for you.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Liquified Ketogenic Diet
« on: June 15, 2017, 01:08:46 pm »
Ghee, of it doesn't need to be raw, raw heavy cream, egg yolk, warmed sustainable palm oil, macadamia oil, walnut oil, avocado oil, fermented cod liver oil, any form.of suet that you can add to a blender

Id do a combination of raw butter, raw cream, raw yolk, and raw beef liver and blend the hell out of it.

Don't go crazy with bone broth as it has more protein than we think (knocks out of ketosis) and an amino acid whose name I can't recall that tends to spike blood sugar levels, even if macros are correct (loads of people have reported this and it has been clinically studied), which furthers the issue of being knocked out of ketosis.

Hmm I wonder if MCT oil or the bullet proof brand brain octaine would be helpful.

If you want him to get into ketosis as quickly as possible, feed him just fats for three days, then add back in a bit of protein and minimal carbs. I mean, really, he doesn't need any carbs. Most carbs for folks in ketosis are either treats, like chocolate of the occasional berries or something, or sugars in veggies or milk.

I'd recommend a fat fast (three days just fats) and then the other macros in appropriate ratios.

Good luck. I hate cancer. I will post back In here if I can think of anything else.

Primal Diet / I'm making high meat for first time
« on: June 15, 2017, 12:51:35 pm »
I'm making high meat for the first time. And then I'm gunna eat it for the first time. This shall be interesting. Thanks for all the tips everyone gave each other in all the threads!!!

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Shiitake Mushrooms
« on: June 15, 2017, 12:48:04 pm »
This makes me nervous...

But Im cooking my mushrooms (gasp!!). I'm.making a concentrate of reishi, chagga, and cordycep, and so far have had zero issue with it. I've been adding  ( after fully cooled) t to a raw milk, raw egg, raw cacao, and raw honey mixture.

I think I want to keep ingesting medicinal mushrooms but j want to cook them and have them be the only cooked thing I eat. I was never able to handle them raw, and I can't think.of a single traditional recipe anywhere calling for them where they are not boiled (teas... Tinctures... Etc). I'm fine with them being the ooh less than one percent of my diet and it's cooked.

Welcoming Committee / Re: Hi, I'm Robin!
« on: June 15, 2017, 12:01:39 pm »
Hahaha I'm still confused as to what cleared it up for you. But I really like that. Robin love or Rob in love hahaha that tickles me. Hi Steve!!! 😀

Personals / Re: California
« on: June 15, 2017, 08:40:25 am »
Did you get enough info about your original question?  :)

I live an hour south of SF. I've lived in other California locations, too. Yes, I recommend this area... for its moderate weather, its cultural diversity, its educational opportunities, its lifestyle. It's great here. I've lived places that I have hated, so I realize that it's a very personal thing.

And, yes, there is great access to grass-fed meats, some at okay prices. Raw dairy is hard-to-impossible to find.

What part? I'm in San Jose.

I love this post oh so very much! I've been wanting to start making more fermented animal products. This gives me a great place to start. I've been wanting to make fish sauce for aaaaggggeeesssss

Primal Diet / Re: Eating cheeses/butter/sour cream
« on: June 15, 2017, 02:27:18 am »
I've seen people eat steak with butter and I personally like that. Im experimenting with cheese and meat. I don't see why butter would be a bad thing to combine with it per say since some cuts of meats are fatty. But the cheese? I'd go for raw. I probably wouldn't eat it if you can't get it raw. Also maybe some suet would be better? I'm going to try to find some good suet myself pretty soon at a farmer's market.

Display Your Culinary Creations / Today's breakfast
« on: June 15, 2017, 02:21:54 am »
I ended up adding butter and honey to the ground beef mixture.

Photographed it's ground beef, raw cheese, sea salt, and some raw milk (not intentionally measuring it, i just didn't want to wash a glass).

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Sour milk with berries?
« on: June 15, 2017, 02:05:37 am »
It's best apparently from a food combining standpoint to eat fruits with fat to slow sugar absorption. I really like soured milk. I would eat that. I ate kefir with strawberries and it was delicious and had no issues. It was raw goat kefir.

Primal Diet / Re: No Water
« on: June 14, 2017, 11:18:25 am »
This is a very interesting topic. Much for my brain to think about.

I read that cold kills parasites but not so much bacteria though it does keep them from growing. Most bacteria survive freezing. If some species of frogs and fish can survive freezing I would guess that it applies to lots and lots of other stuff. As far as I know those frogs and fish won't survive indefinitely and that they can only do it for a few months not for generations. Perhaps the two weeks recommended by Weston Price Foundation are because the generations of microbes are much shorter.

Can anybody give me the definition of "high meat"? I thought maybe it had to do with the location of a particular cut on the animal but it looks like it's due to a fermentation process. How does the term high apply to that? Is it because it gets you high from eating it?

Freezing kills lots of different kinds of bacteria. Please look it up.

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