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Hot Topics / Re: Is Alcohol good for us?
« on: July 26, 2012, 04:59:41 am »
Believe what you want. Brain scans can't lie. Dr Amen sees it regularly when he does them at his clinic. Drink a little get a little damage, drink a lot and get a lot of damage.

I'm not denying the effect alcohol has on the brain when intoxicated. If there is a little damage, to an occasional drink, i'm sure It's so little your not really going to notice long or short term effects. Every culture in the world produces and enjoys alcohol to some degree. My taste for alcohol comes and goes. I don't consume it every day. But, when I do consume it, I usually have a little more than I should. There are other things that are bad for us as well: Grain fed animals, clorinated water, chemicals in our food supply, the quality of the air we breath, ect. I wonder what there effects on our brains are as well?

General Discussion / Re: Question Regarding "High Meat"
« on: July 26, 2012, 03:04:53 am »
Are you joking?

Yes, I was just joking. That's just a little taste of my sense of humor. It's kind of hit or miss.  l) or  ;D , or  :D

Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: July 26, 2012, 02:57:38 am »

Chris, Thoth - you haven't read his journal obviously. It's really worth the read. I'd highly suggest it.

Thanks Dorothy, I plan on reading more regarding Lex in his Journal. Very interesting stuff.

Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: July 26, 2012, 02:54:19 am »

If you are not a daring soul, then may I suggest Slanker's "Primal Beef".  It is made up of Liver, Kidney, Spleen, Heart, and a couple of other things mixed with their regular ground beef - something like 40% mixed organ meats with 60% ground meat.  Not as strong tasting or smelling and it is USDA inspected and meant for humans.


Thanks Lex for your recommendation and quick response. I think I'll try the "Primal Beef", at least for the time being. Thanks again.

Hot Topics / Re: Is Alcohol good for us?
« on: July 26, 2012, 02:48:12 am »
In moderation, I don't believe it bad for us at all. Now everybody is different when it comes to alcohol tolerances, and the effects it may have on your body. Some people just can't have a glass or two. Some are binge drinkers, others are social drinkers. Alcohol can be a very addicting substance to some. But, to others it is enjoyed and savored like a nice big fatty piece of raw meat. Too each his own!

Hot Topics / Blue Hill Bay Pickled Herring
« on: July 26, 2012, 02:37:06 am »
Have You guy's heard of the a product put out by Blue Hill Bay? It's a pickled herring product that is cured with vinegar, or a combination of vinegar and wine. I found them at Whole Foods in the section of the smoked fish products. My question: Is this product considered "raw"? The package doesn't say it has been smoked. I'm assuming, or I thought it was a raw product cured in Vinegar/wine spices. Anyone familiar with this product or brand? What are your thoughts?

Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: July 25, 2012, 01:47:18 pm »
Rumor has it that your eating "Dog Food", is that right? If it is, what are your sources?

Hot Topics / Re: "Freaky Eaters" - a TLC show with raw fooder episode
« on: July 25, 2012, 01:25:56 pm »
I am dreading the possibility of the government or the media starting a mass campaign to brainwash/discriminate against raw-meat-eaters.

Most people are already brainwashed, Even PHD Nutritionists! All it is, is propaganda against raw meats. It's a cultural thing. Most Americans are never going to change their mentality, or acceptance when it comes to eating raw meats. It just is what it is.

If I were you, I'd just drizzle as much EV olive oil that you desire on whatever seafood that you eat. If you like raw butter, or if you can get it in your area, could be another sourse for fat. Some people in the forum use it, others think it's taboo. You decide for yourself. EV coconut oil is also another option as well. (is a RAW source) if your interested. I highly recommend that brand, it's centrifuge extracted. Just means it's not fermented, and mechanically extracted at low temperatures. I think It makes a world of difference!

Hot Topics / Re: Hard Apple Cider
« on: July 25, 2012, 12:37:03 pm »
I think Phil posted something on this sometime back, try running a search. I can't recommend any myself, but if you can't find the thread, PM phil, maybe he can help.


Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Wild Deer Eating Advice Wanted
« on: July 25, 2012, 12:23:14 pm »

The marrow is amazing GS, I'm not particularly fond of the liver of our deer here, but yours probably kick ass in the jungle/highlands. The brain will be fantastic, I'd eat the eyes just for the telomeres. The sweetbreads of course are phenomenal! The backstrap/tenderloin meat is like butter, so tender!

The heart will be delicious. Won't be much rib meat but that will be tender.  The tongue of course is yummy, though again tiny.

Enjoy, and don't forget to thank the deer for providing your family nourishment at the cost of its life!

Next time you have deer served at your house, I want an invite! You sold me on deer! My mouth was watering when I was reading your post! Question: Where can I find "Wild Deer" meat for sale? Do you have a source that ships? I'm talking parts, not the whole bloody thing. I don't have room in my ice box for that!

General Discussion / Question Regarding "High Meat"
« on: July 25, 2012, 12:02:05 pm »
Is "High" meat legal in all 50 States, or just in California?

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Wild Deer Eating Advice Wanted
« on: July 25, 2012, 10:56:13 am »
Hi everyone,

Any suggestions for storing, preparing, eating wild deer

Dos and Don'ts?

Which parts are the good parts?

I suggest you eat it Raw.

Do's: Use a knife and fork.
Don'ts: Don't use a spoon or chop sticks

Which parts are the good parts? The eatable one's

Sorry, I couldn't resist.

"Grains might have been an important part of human diets much further back in our history than previous research has suggested."

I wouldn't care if  people were eating"Grains" for over a billion years! It wouldn't change my perception at all! Just because you eat something doesn't mean you absorb it nutrients, or that it's good for you!

I don't understand how you can have such a high % of fats in your diet if you eat seafood and game... both are just so lean you couldn't live off it.
I understand eating sushi because the rice gives you calories, but if you are largely eating wild foods I just don't get it...

Salmon, trout, whale, seal, ect. I was j/k about the seal and whale. But, can you imagine if you could by it? Holy $#@%! That would be awesome! Why don't you just add fat to your meats? That works for me.

Health / Re: I keep losing weight!
« on: July 25, 2012, 10:32:41 am »
Sounds like you have an absorption issue. It may not matter how many calories that you ingest, if your body cannot process it!

Hot Topics / Hard Apple Cider
« on: July 25, 2012, 10:25:22 am »
How do you guy's feel regarding Hard Apple Cider? Also, do you have any recommendations? Are there any "Raw" Hard Apple Cider's out there, that happen to be bottle conditioned?

Try out the law of attraction Chris, that should help you connect with god.

Thanks for your suggestion Thoth. I'm definitely more of a spiritual person than a religious one. I'll check out the "Law of Attraction". Thanks!


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content is currently unavailable. But, I'm sure it looks great! I'll take your word for it. Have  a great time backpacking. Sounds like a great trip to the Tetons. I haven't been up there yet. But, I've heard it's absolutely gorgeous up there . Stay safe!

Journals / Re: PaleoPhil's Journal
« on: July 24, 2012, 07:09:39 am »
I tried the Kevita and spit it out.


To each their own, but I thought the stuff was vile.

LOL.... I've tried that before too. They sell it @ Whole Foods and Mother's Market out here. Not sure if Sprouts carries it? But I agree, I didn't like it either. It didn't do much for me @ all, to be quite honest with you! I think those drinks are a total ripoff.

Hot Topics / Re: Controversial anti-Aajonus claim
« on: July 24, 2012, 05:12:01 am »
I appreciate and respect your opinions and viewpoints on the subject matter Dorothy. I'm not here to judge anyone either. Yes, I may have a different point of view than others. But, I also like to hear other peoples perspectives as well. These are my views, and my opinions and nothing else. Take them for what there worth. You may agree, you may disagree, or you may agree to disagree.  ??? . I continue to be impressed by the diversity and knowledge of the members in our forum. It's very stimulating, sharing and leaning from each other!

Journals / Re: PaleoPhil's Journal
« on: July 24, 2012, 04:48:04 am »
Hi Phil, I was just checking out your Journal. I agree with you regarding Artisana "raw" coconut butter. I tried that a way's back and didn't like it at all. It had a dryness and grittiness to it I recall. I have tried different variation/brands of EV coconut oil. There all different on how they are made/produced. I never liked the fermented ones (nutiva), my system never agreed with them. Try the centrifuge extracted EV coconut oil. I found one from Wilderness Family Naturals ( It's actually a "raw" product, and is processed at low temperatures. I agree with you on the Raw coconut water also. I find that it just tastes better. My body seems to like it over the pasteurized versions out there much better. PS: I guess were all ginny pigs to a degree on this site. It's kind of hit or miss for lots of us. I look forward to what the next topic your going to tackle. I still have a lot of back reading to do, I'll try to catch up!

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Whats your view on Raw Honey
« on: July 24, 2012, 02:49:58 am »
Try Heavenly Organics! 100% Sustainable, 100% Fairly-Traded, 100% Humane… Really good stuff. I have tried the"Wild Forest"Neem Honey, I'd highly recommend it.

General Discussion / Re: So confusing - where to start
« on: July 24, 2012, 02:22:13 am »
^ Ditto. Curiosity got you here, now it's up to you to decide which direction you want to go with the RFD. There are different variations, theory's, and ideas out there. Your going to have to sift through a lot of info, and make up your own conclusions what fits/works for you. Don't be afraid to experiment and change it up if you have too. Welcome! This website has a lot of great info, so take advantage of it.


What's your leading analysis / guess / hypothesis / theory / belief at this time?

I've heard all the theory's (alien, creation, and evolution). Do I think there is a possibility for each and everyone of them? Sure, why not. We could be debating this topic for eternity, and still not be convinced 100%. I think our origins are way above our own comprehension, and knowledge. It's in our DNA too question, think, and reason. I don't feel like it's important to question how we got here, or why we're here, or what's our purpose. Life is way too short to find all the answers, to all of our complex questions. If there is a higher power out there, it's way beyond what we can even imagine/comprehend.

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