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General Discussion / Re: What does pemmican taste like?
« on: July 12, 2011, 09:56:43 pm »
I love the taste of my homemade pemmican, I make it sometimes in winter, with grassfed beef and with beefheart. SO good!!

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Raw Weston Price / Re: 100% grass-fed cheese
« on: June 09, 2011, 06:22:48 pm »
Yes,
I get constipated from raw cheese also. I eat it very seldom anymore. It also makes my mouth taste strange in the morning l).

I would say, wild edibles are great, try them! They will not harm you in anyway, believe me (if you don`t eat the poisonus ones ;) ) They do only good, really. From veggies I can get this stomachtroubles but from wild greens never. They are for free, and taste great! You don`t need much. Try lindenleaves, they are my favorite, and fresh mint from the garden also..mmm..
From veggies I eat only cucumber (organic), never got problems from that and it is so dehydrating and I love the taste!
Cucumber and wild edibles I can eat with raw meat without any problems.

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General Discussion / Re: Bananas
« on: May 30, 2011, 10:05:40 pm »
Phaleo Phil,
 
did not Armstrong got cancer?
He survived as far as I know, but shows that such a lifestyle is everything else than healthy.
My hubbys brother died a few weeks ago in cancer. He had been a top-bicyclist just like Armstrong, won National WM 2 races (Russia) in hes younger years, but was training a lot until some year ago when he started feel ill.
He eat almost exactly like Armstrong did. "mainstream-healthy".
Sad actually.
He looked quite good though, until he was truly ill.

If I eat bananas, jus a few, I do not feel good at all. They just have so much sugar. I think GS-style Filipino-wild-Bananas might be fine..;-)


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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Question for Iguana - Instincto carbs
« on: February 04, 2011, 06:12:04 pm »
About detox..

I have found out that I never get "detox-reactions" from wild berries or papaya. How strange is that? And they should be the most strong "healers" by any means?! Also wild edibles/herbs. Never got a "detox" reaction from them. Ever.
But from other kind of cultivated fruits.. I can get a lot of symptoms, especially my teeths.. ugh.
I think detox is very often NOT detox, but the opposite.. ;)
Another idea. I believe our bodies loose certain enzyms when we eat only raw for a while, enzyms to digest coocked foods. So that is why you feel shitty when you eat something coocked. Not because it is a poison.
BUT, I do feel that raw is optional! Of course, as many vitamins etc. (also kreatin, BTW) get partly destroyed by heat. I feel the best on raw. But is might be wrong to say that coocked is poison etc. Look how many people are very healthy and live long lives and eat coocked foods.
Of course I believe raw is superior for healing. I do eat raw myself mostly. But I am not religious about it.
If I eat a rare steak, slightly seared, and thereafter raw wild berries or papaya, I have no troubles, everything is perfect.
If I eat the steak and thereafter cultivated fruits.. I get hurting teehts and inflammation. This I have experienced not only once.
So why is it that these healthy berries do not "detox" the coocked meats, as cultivated fruits do?
Something is wrong here. ???

Maybe fructose is the real poison, and veg. oils like too much nuts etc...

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Welcoming Committee / Re: Hello RAW-PALEO-WORLD!! Party ON!
« on: February 04, 2011, 05:49:42 pm »
If I remember correctly he ate most of the beef raw but also mentioned several times that he rendered suet...

Löwenherz


The Bear was/is(?) eating mostly lightly seared meat, raw inside. He was not a rawfooder by any means as he also eat baked chicken and other recipes. He just found out that to get all vitamins out from meat you should eat it partly raw, or at least introduce some raw meat in your diet.
He was eating cream and cheese also a lot. He makes "ZC-ice cream" with artifical sweetener and whipped cream.
Artifical sweeteners are connected with increased cancer-risk etc.
I think he´s dairy consumption and the use of sweetener was not doing him any good.
My opinion though.

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: We are faunivore!
« on: December 21, 2010, 06:35:26 pm »
Hello Hanna,

there are many true carnivore animals that let their food rot before they eat it, like the krokodile.

That in fact do not make them less carnivorous.
I do not understand your point?

I myself believe that human can digest some plantfood fine, like wild berries etc.
But I don`t believe we are designed to digest much plantmatter though.
This is my own experience.

Another point:
I believe we are also organs/marrow-eaters.. :) these you can very well eat from freshly killed animals BTW.

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Study: Low carb diets and death risk
« on: November 18, 2010, 10:25:01 pm »
Hallo Hanna :).

Could you please tell more specific about all the Instinctos eating a lot of meat and dying from Cancer? You don't need to mention Burgers wife, she is the only case I know about.
Please, tell me about every case you know, details.

I myself is still eating almost only meat. I feel great. Mostly all raw. I have great energy, and feel strong and healthy! I feel happy too, and enjoy my life / work every day. :)
Somehow I am so thankful being so healthy and having such a great feeling about life - there is so much love around. I am thankful that I discovered this way of eating, it is so totally easy! I just take a tiny bag, put some fatty, raw ground beef and some petfood in it (sometimes raw liver/bonemarrow too). That's all I need at work. It takes a few minutes to eat, and makes me feel great.. YAY! (my coworkers thinks my food is really funny.. especially that pet-food thing.. ;D)

I have discovered the "pet-food" secret.  ;) (thanks to Lex and Joanna  :-*)
I eat it raw, maybe 10-20% of my food intake is petfood (dogs food, minced beef with various organs and wild, frozen), and that makes me feel wonderful.
I have been thinking about why this is, and I believe it is the organs mixed in it, all kind of organs that people usually do not eat. That must be the secret. They are really full of nutrients, so healthy for us.

I also eat a lot of Elch, I love the taste, never get tired of it. Bone marrow I eat regularly too - and this is not even organic.
Sometimes I drink coffee with cream, or a glass of wine. I often eat regular unsalted butter when I have no other fat.
I also eat some wild berries from the woods around here (Finnland) and a little greens (wild) when available. Sometimes I eat eggshells too, and eggs, seldom fish. No fruits, no vegetables.
So, I could do it a lot better, but I am still feeling great!
I really somehow feel that organs are really important.

I try to follow how I feel, and if starting to feel tired or less great, I will change something for sure. I believe my body will tell me if something is wrong. I have to believe it.
There is so many lies out there, I just have to figure it all out by myself. -\

I have also read about a recent study about meat / cancer, it showed that only meat that was processed, like salted, smoked etc. increased cancer risk. And there was no talk about raw or cooked!

Hanna, how do you eat for now? How do you feel?

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Hot Topics / Re: Instincto Debunking Thread
« on: July 11, 2010, 10:10:26 pm »

Same hypocrisy when we are told that instinctos are often in bad shape as compared to HGs because of their past of  SW diet induced ailments. This argument simply ignores that many of the very young staff running orkos ended up in similar bad shape.


Alpagruis,
could you please tell me something more about this cases?

Please.

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Hot Topics / Re: Instincto Debunking Thread
« on: July 11, 2010, 08:32:29 pm »
I DO overeat as I have already written. If I am NOT accustomed to eat much fruit, then there are early "instinctive" stops when I eat fruit. But if I got into the the habit of eating much fruit (for example because I had little else to eat than fruit for a while, with the consequence that the instinctive stops appeared later and later!) then there are usually only late "instinctive" stops, even if there is other tasty food available to me. The consequences are, for example, mild allergic symptoms in the summer. I have no allergic symptoms at all if I willfully restrict my fruit intake. I am not the only one whose allergic symptoms disappear completely only if he/she willfully restricts his/her fruit intake.


Hanna, I am SO with you on this!!!!

It is exactly my experience.

When I was eating only animals for months, and then tried some fruit (high quality, ripe organic) I really could not eat much of it.
But with every day that passed with fruits included, I could eat more and more of it.. and finally there was hardly any stop at all!

And I also get this allergic symptoms from sugar (and with sugar I mean natural sugar, like fruits).
I used to be really allergic as a child. It also, back then, worsened with cookies and other sweets. Now I am completely free from symptoms, except when eating sugar.. -\

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I recently tried to add some fruits to my menu.. it did not made me happy. -X (I tried high quality, ripe organic fruit like Blueberries, Peach, Apricot, Watermelon..)
Of course they taste good, but I feel somehow better without, or with very small amount.
When I eat wild berries that grow around where I live, I feel great! Looks like they are quite different, somehow..
Maybe I am not meant to eat all these sweets as a Scandinavian. That is what I think. -\

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I agree, awesome!
This have to taste so yummy! (I am just too lazy to make shakes anymore.. ;))
For kids a wonderful breakfast. You really have lucky kids, BTW GS!

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Raw Liver with Avocado!
« on: July 11, 2010, 02:50:40 pm »
Yes, I totally agree leadahead!
Beef Liver tastes the best raw, I like it plain without vinegar. The taste is so strong and sweet, I do not want to cover it.. ;)
I have never tried Liver with Avocado though. I seldom eat Avocado at all, but I might give it a try.  :)
Thanks for posting!

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Mmmm.. looking good, GS!
I never tried Sea Urchin. Wonder how it tastes.. Looks intresting! Is it marinated, or do it have this funny color naturally?

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Welcoming Committee / Re: Hello from Germany
« on: July 11, 2010, 02:41:58 pm »
Hi Susan! :)

Welcome to forum! So nice to have you here, thank you for joining!
My English is terrible to, so you are not the only one.. ;)

Are you still eating that much fruit and cassia too? If, how do you feel with it?
This is exiting! :)

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Instincto`s tropical paradise
« on: July 11, 2010, 04:45:21 am »
 -X

This is a very intresting question indeed, Hanna.

Thanks for asking (I do not have the answer though.. hoping some Instinctos will reply).

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Sashimi from beef
« on: July 01, 2010, 02:47:58 am »
That was my dinner tonight.
A little from all what was in my meat-order.  ;)



Beef fat, the strips are beefheart, the cubes meat  ;) and in the mid are some marrow. All from grass fed beef.
The beef fat tasted the best..mm.m.

You can use some Shoyu if you like of course.

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I ordered it from www.max-metzger.de /mail. They have grassfed beef and regular grainfed too.
Their farm is in north Germany.

I got the fat for free.  ;D
(I also ordered meat and marrow and beefheart)

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It does look good! Go Germany!

 ;)

Thanks!
But I am no German.. BTW. -d
I am Norwegian, born  and grown up in Finland, living in Germany.
Complicated, I know.  ;D

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Air dryed burgers.. yum.
« on: July 01, 2010, 02:05:42 am »
You say something djr_81.

That might be the case. Have to drink water to dried menu's. ;) I will give it a try.

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Sashimi
« on: July 01, 2010, 02:02:40 am »
Looks so good! Where do you get organic wasabi?? And is the Shoyu any different than soy sauce..or is it same thing?

They have Organic Wasabi powder in our Health-store here. Shoyu is a kind of Soy sauce but naturally fermented with Koji (a kind of fungi) and only have sea salt and soy beans as ingredients.
All organic. It tastes great!

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My beef fat is never hard!
I order it online, it is grassfed. I just got it delivered today, about 1 kg, and I made a pic for you:



It really is delicious! So soft and melts in my mouth..  :)

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General Discussion / Re: bad mistake
« on: June 29, 2010, 05:32:58 am »
What about people ordering medium-rare beef in restaurants ?

I eat rare (blue) steaks in restaurants at times.
I never felt sick from that.  -\
But my stomach really is NOT sensitive.. ;) I think I could maybe digest stones.. -d

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Sashimi
« on: June 29, 2010, 05:26:06 am »
This was my lunch today,
Salmon sashimi. Delicious.

I used Organic Shoyu and Organic Wasabi-powder that I mixed with water. These might not be raw, though. l)
But I use very little anyway and don't eat sashimi often so I think it is fine.  :)
The greens are Borage, a very healthy herb with much Omega 3. Tastes like cucumber, nice. You need only a few leaves/day.



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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Air dryed burgers.. yum.
« on: June 29, 2010, 05:17:36 am »
Hi Michael,

I'm secretly hoping you find something of value to this subject..  ;)

But anyway, it really is easy to overindulge these burgers (and I always make them plain..).
That is why I don't make them every day. And when, I limit myself to max. 4 x 100 grams at one meal. I could easily eat seven of them.  -\

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Mmmm.mm.m

The meat looks good, leadhead!  ;D

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