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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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Hi leadahead!

Thank you for the recipe!

How did your stomach response..?  :)

Are your tomatoes unripe? They look unripe to me.
I would not eat unripe tomatoes leadhead, they have a poison in them, Solanin.. -X

I never wash my meat, by the way. Why do you do that?

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Hi UB and welcome to forum!  :)

Do you have any negative symptoms from your fruitarian diet? Or why do you want to switch over to ZC.

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Explain INstincto Diet Fully #2
« on: June 25, 2010, 05:54:32 pm »
Hi GCB,

I have some questions for you if you don't mind.  :)

These are asked by a woman that have been Instincto for 10 years (still are), she wanted me to ask these questions for her.

So here they are:

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As we know, Humans evolved from Africa. But at this time, many thousend years ago, there was only growing very little fruits there. Especially not all kind of fruits that Instinctos mostly eat like Cempedac, Durian, Bananas, Mangos, Sapotes, Avocado's, Coconuts..
All these fruits was originally growing in other places of the world and where quite recently brought to Africa.

So, if the Humans really eat raw back then, and was not cooking tubers and such, the HAD to eat mostly animals.

So how do this fit together with the way most Instinctos are eating?
The Human can not probably be genetically adapted to food including a lot of fruits, avocados, coconuts etc.!?

- - - -

Hope you have some time answering these questions!
If not maybe somebody else have? (Iguana  ;))

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Air dryed burgers.. yum.
« on: June 25, 2010, 03:53:52 am »
@ Miles,

it means to dry them in a dehydrator of some sort.
It has a ventilator, so there will be no flies and such.  ;)
You can regulate the temperature too.

@ Michael,

Hi! :)
Nice that you do the burgers too!
They really are good! I never use spices.. don't know but if I would use maybe I could eat way more of them..? Too much?
I also love the plain taste of beef. I use fatty mince and that is so nice and fatty,
if you use a little higher temperature like 30-35°C the fat melts a little and they becomes crispy..  :)

It is coconutoil yes, that white was is on my burgers. Love it like this.. so yummy. (with butter they must taste great too!)

This thing about oxycholesterin, yes I really do not know. Could it be that it is that bad only if you cook/heat the fat/meat?
I have never got sick from these burgers. Sometimes I leave them for two days on the dehydrator.. still tasting great!
I saw what you have written about it. Do you think you got sick from the burgers or from the spices..  ;)

How long / how much have you been eating them? What temperature do you use?

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Liver for dinner
« on: June 25, 2010, 02:47:50 am »
This was my dinner today,

Liver sliced, eggyolk and Lindenleaves.
I always eat Liver plain, but you could add spices like fresh Thyme, seasalt, lemon.. of course.



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Display Your Culinary Creations / Air dryed burgers.. yum.
« on: June 25, 2010, 02:43:41 am »
Today's menu was (4) airdryed burgers from minced beef.

I form the mince to burgers, then let them airdry over night at low temp. (roomtemperature)
I love to eat them plain or with coconutoil as in the picture.
The greens are Chickweed, I love them too!



A bit closer..




These burgers should not been eaten daily though, I think.
This is because of the oxycholesterins that build up when cholesterol get in touch with air / heat.

This burgers are really nice with some aged mince too! I age my mince up to one week in the fridge (in a open glass jar).
To me the have a mild taste of salami.. :)

Of course you can add spices or onion to the mince, but I like them plain.

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Explain INstincto Diet Fully #2
« on: June 23, 2010, 04:48:26 am »
Ok, GCB

thank you for answering!  :)

I think I have to try wild meats more often, it is only hard to get almost. Except in fall and winter maybe. Frozen it is available, but I think it should better be fresh?
Bison I can buy here, what do you think about it?
Bison I really love! It is only so darn expensive!  :'( (over 200 € / kg)

My Jerky is always homemade, without any spices or salt, lowtemp dried(raw). I could never use salt or spices for it, just LOVE the plain taste..  :)

I really would like to try eating only wild meats / fish for a while (raw and unseasoned, whole pieces).
SO so sad it is hard to get them.
That is what really makes me sad, it is almost impossible to do.. :'(  except you have LOADS of money.. or live in the woods..

Oh well, I will give my best.  :)

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General Discussion / Re: Raw Gourmet for me
« on: June 21, 2010, 06:21:22 am »
Many but not all. I drink 12-16 raw eggs daily and they are digested perfectly. When I had fruit in my diet I considered raw eggs a weak food but right now on ZC they are extremely nourishing. It's either the fiber or fruit acids that somehow interfere with optimal digestion and absorption of nutrients. On ZC you become like a nutrient sponge extracting everything possible from raw animal foods. Just providing a different view based on experience.

OMG, actionhero, THAT is a lot of eggs!  :o
Intresting to see how you feel continuing this eggdiet.  ;) Do you eat much meat too, then? That must make up a lot of calories!
Maybe I will drink some tomorrow just to try.  ;)
I ususally have a few yolks only / week..

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Health / Re: Question about brown spot on upper left canine tooth
« on: June 21, 2010, 02:26:17 am »
Whatever it is, I personally would do nothing about it. Karies can revert. Or "harden" so it does not matter/hurt.
Your teeths look good. :D
Just take care you get all nutrients, add liver/organs if you are not eating them,
cut back on sugar/acid. Include wild edibles like Lindenleaves, Nettles.. they have good amount of nutrients too. Do not need much of them though!
All will be good. :)

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Health / Re: Bleeding gums
« on: June 21, 2010, 02:19:41 am »
Hi Dwight,

don't do it complicated to your self!
No need to measure etc.
Just eat when hungry, if for fattier meat, then eat it, if for less fat, then that.
Liver I try to get kind of 100-300 grams / week, that really gives a boost.
Organs you do not need much of, they are also only a small part of the animal. And eat what grows around you!
Wild berries, wild edibles (not the poisonous, for sure ;)).. fish.. what ever you get in good quality (better wild caught).
It really is easy!  :)

Look, we always have different needs, so go after how you feel, listen to your body. ;)

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Explain INstincto Diet Fully
« on: June 21, 2010, 02:11:52 am »
Yeah, have you tasted wild Durian.
That is nothing like Morn Thong, Chanee, Gradoom.. all those. Nothing like them.
It have a very thin layer of meat around the kernel, like some millimeters only, and the meat is gray and not looking good.
The taste is.. amazing. So much more satisfying than cultivated Durian. But what a huge difference.

I love wild rosehips, I really do. And wild strawberrys (the very small ones) and wild blueberries etc.. From all these I never ever got any negative symptoms.
That is the proof to me that only these are really good for me. Not cultivated fruit.

I have made this conclusion to my self; Just eat that what can also easily grow around where you live.
So, in winter it will be animals only, and other times wild edibles and berries in season in addition.
That is optimal nutrition to me.
So easy, so viable.

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Explain INstincto Diet Fully
« on: June 21, 2010, 01:31:17 am »
Hi Tyler,
yes, I know that Instictos eat meat too. Most of them.
But from what I know here in Germany (people I have met) they eat a lot of fruits too.
And there was always this talk about; be careful not to overload meatconsum, that could be dangerous!
These are only my personal experiences, though.
What plant foods could our ancestors have been eating in north Germany / Scandinavia? I just wonder. In summer berries etc. ok, but in winter hier is nothing.
I also have nothing aganst a little seasonal plant food now and then, I actually think that is good for us, like some wild berries in season or wild edibles. But not like most are practizing! Loads of tropical fruits and vegetables and nuts. -X
Oh no. Me it made kind of addicted, I fear. :'(
And it hurted my teeths.

But I do not know for sure. Maybe I did something else wrong? But oranges (ripe) always smelled and tasted good to me and they still hurted my teeths. :'(
My body should have known, they did me no good!!! Why it does not?
And fennel (also from Orkos) I loved to eat it pure, mono. But it gave me terrible gas. How do it still tasted and smelled delicious to me. I do not understand.

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Explain INstincto Diet Fully
« on: June 21, 2010, 01:08:44 am »
What about the fact(almost a fact ;)) that our ancestors were Cro Magnon and Neanderthals, both mostly Carnivores as far as we know?
Aren't we genetically adjusted to eat mostly animals?

Why do the Instinkto-theory warn against larger meat consum? But not larger fruit consum.
How comes that Instinctos eat mostly fruits.

I think fruits/sugar is addictive for a lot of people. Not wild berries/local wild fruits I think, these would be no problem, but almost ALL fruits are NOT wild.
How comes all the talk about wild meat but not wild fruits that much.
 I think you should be more careful with fruit overload, especially if you live in colder climate like I do.
High fruit consume are in no way natural for us up hier. That I think would be so important to mention.

Look how many instinktos and rawfooders get problems with their teeth's and other things..

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I love love love the sun.  :-*

Always if it is sunny and I have no work, I go outside by the river nearby our hime, and lay down nekkid in the sun.
I have a secret place no one can see.. ;)
Then when it feels hot I just take a bath in the river and drink some river-water (tasty) and continue sun-bathing.
After some hours I feel like new! It feel so healing.
I believe it is so, so healthy to get sun overall (also your genitals!).

My dad is a Irish with white skin, red hair and freckels, and my mom a dark Norwegian, I am in between.  ;)
After eating only meat (no fruits) I tolerate the sun unbelievable well. I just do not burn anymore! I don't use any suncreen, not even coconutoil.

Looks to me like sugar (fruits) and unsaturated fats (veg.oil) might increase sunburn risk!

In wintertime 2-3 months at the darkest I use UVB solarium 10 min. / week. It feels great.
Not sure if it is more healthy than not, though.. -X

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Explain INstincto Diet Fully
« on: June 20, 2010, 03:53:41 am »


Ok for the pastured beef, but two questions remain open: how is this meat after (or right before) slaughter treated? How do you eat it? All kinds of reasons can make that the organoleptic characteristics of the meat are altered (for example mechanical treatment to make it more tender, grinding,  addition of a little salt, too systematically mixing fat and flesh, etc). It is enough to modify a little the organoleptic characteritics of the meat for the alliesthesic mechanisms do not function normally anymore. One can then be accustomed to eat a food very frequently while the body doesn’t have any need for it. The danger is double: on one hand overload in some nutrients, on the other hand a blocking to other foodstuff may occur.

I eat it in different ways.
Often just sliced directly from slab, eating it pure and cold, but I also airdry it sometimes, like ground beef burgers airdried for 12 hours, or jerky. Love them. Sometimes I make beef tartar.
Seldom I fry it rare (rather "blue" ;)) in the pan, this could also happend if I eat out. I always feel great after eating meat, it is so strange! Feel just good.
Oh, I like aged meat too. I often age it for a week or more in the fridge.

I eat about 500 grams to 1 kg meat a day, about 90-160 grams pure protein maybe.
My Halibut is wildcaught and fresh, not frozen etc. or salted. I always eat it plain, love the fatty taste.

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A protein overload is particularly dangerous because of the interactions with the immune system, knowing that the surplus molecules, badly degraded, keep their antigenic structures. The reactions can be of two principal types: a food intolerance of allergic type, or a tolerance which settles with the long-term repetition, i.e. the immune system will not react any more to certain antigen classes close to bovine molecules. It is in my opinion this tolerance (or more exactly the whole lot of these tolerances induced by all kinds of food molecules badly degraded under effect of digestive or metabolic overloads) is partly responsible for the immunity failures which leave the field free to the proliferation of abnormal cells, therefore to cancer.

I try to follow my body every day to see if I get some symptoms that are no good, but still nothing there.
Only good things happend, like my skin is better, my teeths, my gums never bleed anymore not even after flossing!
I feel calm and strong. Satisfied.  :)
I also was taking bloodtest a few weeks ago, they was abslot perfect, also my B12 status was very good and vit.D too!
My cholesterol-levels was totally fine, high cholesterol, but a lot of HDL and my triglycerides was really low. Perfect.
 

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Absolutely: wild game meat quickly gets a strange taste, which corresponds to the instinctive stop. The rule which has been empirically set is that one should eat only wild meat and only if it is marvelously tasty, just like seasoned (what I call the “luminous phase”). As soon as it takes a strong and unattractive “wild game” savor, it is quite simply that it is useless or harmful.
 

Yeah, I never continue eating if strange tasting, that's for sure.
I was ordering Entrecote from Orkos sometimes, I never got tired of that eather.. ;)


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A repetitive fondness for a nonfood plant precisely testifies to a permanent disorder, which could be due to a systematic protein's overload. Normally, after having ingested some a few days, the linden leaves should appear detestable to you. Unless, once again, that you bought them in the traditional circuits, where they are very generally hot dried.

Oh, no, it is not that I am craving Linden-leaves..  ;) I just eat them if I am out walking, just because they are there and for free. They are tasty too, and I eat some other wild edibles like nettles etc. too but just a little.
But Linden-leaves I can use for food, they are so mild and soft. That's when there is only a little money back for food, then I eat them in larger quantities.. :)
 
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To my knowledge this tradition comes from the Jewish religion. It could be explained by the fact why the Jews nourished their pigs with their kitchen left overs. It was then not difficult for them to notice some disorders of behavior in the consumers, the abnormal molecules concentrated in the meat causing an anomalous excitation of the nervous system, for example an aggressiveness or sexual excitation excess, therefore a difficulty to obey the Ten Commands…
 

Yes, that must be why pork is no good..  eating kitchen leftovers. No wonder the meat stinks. l)


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One or two teaspoons can be an excess, if your body does not need any cassia this day. The absolute quantity does not make sense since it does not take account of the real needs of the body. Excess starts at the time one absorbs a quantity exceeding the need (or digestive potential). Perhaps there are days when you would need carob, or another antidiarrhea

Hm. But it tasted good back then. Sweet. I liked it.
Now I can eat it no more.. I have some in my fridge and when I tried it it was so ugly-sweet.. -X No thanks.


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I thought the same thing during years, then experiments led me to reverse the idea: we evolved from primates which would have adapted during million years to tropical countries, so that an exotic choice of products compensates for the scarcity of adequate products in our current habitat (which would probably never have been possible without the use of fire).

But we also evolved from Cro-Magnon, and have Neanderthal-genes in us too. They was eating mostly meat.. -\
What do you think?
Aren't we used to it? That is what my body tells me.. ;)

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The reasoning has something satisfactory: the products found where one live should be eaten. But nothing says that in a few thousands years we adapted physiologically to the Scandinavian region. We likely live in places where the products which should eat do not grow… :'(


Yeah. But I believe I have extremely much of the Neanderthal-genes.. ;)
They lived in the North, don't they?

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Explain INstincto Diet Fully
« on: June 19, 2010, 04:46:35 am »
GCB,


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Are you eating wild game meat or meat from domestic animals such as beef, lamb or pork? The instinctive stop is extremely indistinct with meats of domesticated animals whereas it's very clear with game meats (chamois, roe-deer, wild boar, marmot and so on, as well as with shellfish, crustaceans, wild fish, etc). Thus, try any game at least once to see whether you are really attracted by wild meat.



I usually eat pastured beef, and wild caught fish, like halibut.
But it differs with wild meat. Deer I cant eat long time, then it tastes strange to me, same boar.
Elch I never get tired of.. Strange..?! Halibut is also wild, I don't get tired of it eather, I usually eat 150-200 gram per serving. Linden leaves I never get tired of, I love them. Every singel day.

What do you think about pig (also boar?) and cancer? Could there be a connection?
Why is it that so many traditions do not allow to eat pig.


When i eat Kassia I never used more than a teaspoon or two / day. I still have the feelings it somehow was not healthy for me. Especially not for my teeth's.  
It also soon can get a bulimic note, you eat too much / strange combinations, then just take Kassia and all is good (because it comes out fast the other way and you feel good again.. ).
I used it this way too myself back then, I just did not wanted to see it.

Somehow I also have the feeling it is no good to eat all these fruits etc. what naturally is not growing here in the north.
I come from Finland, and I feel so good on only animal foods - zero fruits. Could it be that for high fruit consumption to be healthy, you need a lot of strong sunshine, like in the tropics?
That's what I start to believe..

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Instincto / Anopsology / Re: Explain INstincto Diet Fully
« on: June 18, 2010, 07:59:16 am »
Hello GCB!

Do you really think raw meat can cause cancer, even without fruits? (AGEs)

Don't you think, it could have been the meat and fruit combination (eaten on same day) that was no good?
As you got this lump at the back of your knee (from raw meat eating), was you eating fruits/sugar too, then?

How comes that meat tastes good to me all the time. If the instincto-theory really worked, I had to get tired of it someday..? (I have never been Vegan or such, always eating meat and fish, so my need for these should not be that big, how it comes thaat I feel better without any fruits at all..)
I don't even think of fruits anymore.

By the way, I used Kassia every morning for three years. Now I have the feeling, it just prevented the nutrients absorbing. No good.
I don't use it anymore.


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