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Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: May 24, 2010, 03:24:38 am »
What kind of fat is that around the heart (beef)?
Is that suet too?

I like it a lot, just tried it for first time a few days ago. Tasty.  :)


Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Inger's carnivore-meals ;-)
« on: May 23, 2010, 04:57:10 pm »

just come over!  ;)

Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Inger's carnivore-meals ;-)
« on: May 23, 2010, 04:55:30 pm »

I dry the meat on low temperature maybe two-three days, and grind it and mix it with soft marrow (that I have leaved out from the refrigerator for a day or two, then it gets soft and easy to mix in).
I mix it with my hands, like when you make a cake-dough.. mixing butter and flour together with your fingers. Just the same way.

Sometimes I use raw coconut oil as fat, love the taste.  :)


Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Inger's carnivore-meals ;-)
« on: May 23, 2010, 06:11:15 am »
thank you!  :-*

My husband likes the tartar a lot. And carpaccio.
Sometimes he chew on my jerky, likes that too.  ;D  Pemmican he is afraid to try for some reason..  l)


Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Inger's carnivore-meals ;-)
« on: May 23, 2010, 06:08:02 am »
I'll visit there some time, though it's a bit far. Inger, do you have a younger sister?  ;D

You are welcome, Hans!  :)

I have five younger sisters. The youngest is 15 years old, I am 33.
I so love my sisters (and my brothers too, BTW).  :-*

They don't eat raw meat, though.. exept.. they do always want to taste it (and says it tastes great ;D ), when I visit my parents and eat my raw meat there. Sometimes I do make carpaccio for them all.
 (my mom and dad do not want to try raw meat, BTW.. they seem to be this old school who thinks raw meat is dangerous.  ;) But they are not frightened about me, thats good, I think they see that I am healthy and happy, thats enough  ;D)

Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Inger's carnivore-meals ;-)
« on: May 23, 2010, 01:15:28 am »
Thank you all so much for the nice comments.  :-*

Maybe I should try open a raw paleo resturant. It would be a funny place to work for sure!  ;D
I am only afraid, I would be there alone... with Odin maybe.. ;) (he lives near by me, that's why)


Journals / Re: 6 Month Zero Carb Experiment
« on: May 23, 2010, 01:02:04 am »
Hi KD,

Awesome. Is this the most recently profile pic as well? you look like a totally different person than the last.

Yes, this picture is from yesterday.
The other one was just after I started ZC in January this year.  :)


Display Your Culinary Creations / Inger's carnivore-meals ;-)
« on: May 22, 2010, 08:23:17 pm »
Here some photos of my recent meals.

This is beef liver, and tartar. For the tartar I used minced beef, a little bit olive oil (you can leave that out) one tsp onion chopped, caper (kapern), fresh ground black pepper, Dijon mustard (raw) 1 tbsp. and fresh parsley. Just mix all together and enjoy!  :)

This was delicious, Buffalo (the smaller piece) and entrecote(ribeye?) from grassfed beef. Yum.

This is my all raw pemmican, made with marrow. I love this, it is my favorite meal.

Grassfed beef, sliced, with grassfed marrow-pieces, and a nettle. Grassfed beef and marrow tastes like HWC to me..  ;)

Linden leaves (tastes very mild and so delicious!), and one piece of aged liver, dried, ground up heart with coconut oil.

Tartar from minced meat and minced halibut 50%/50%. I mixed in a tiny bit chopped onions, a bit more fresh coriander (that gives a really nice taste!) some fresh limejuice and very little seasalt.
On the top "caviar" from wild salmon. The white topping is creme fraiche.. hard to get raw. But you can leave it, for sure.

Carpaccio from halibut, with "caviar" and fresh dill and lemon.

General Discussion / Re: Curing OCD?
« on: May 22, 2010, 07:19:24 pm »
Thanks, Tyler.

Journals / Re: 6 Month Zero Carb Experiment
« on: May 22, 2010, 07:14:27 pm »
Love your pics Inger.
Can you cross post it in the recipes section?

I will.

Can I blog about your presentation pics?

Of course. :)

Nice that you like my pics & my food. I love eating this way. With wild edibles it feels like perfect! (of course, in winter here are no greens, but thats fine. When spring comes, I just start popping them again.. no problems with going some time without)
I feel, they solve all the problems about -potassium -magnesium - vit.C -calcium...
All meat eaters in the past, like Indians, Masai.. etc also included wild edibles, when they was available.
That's something folks tend to forget, when ZC...  :'( That's is against nature. My cat is pure carnivore, and she ets grass too.  ;)
Maybe that is why some ZCers get serious health-problems?  -X


Journals / Re: 6 Month Zero Carb Experiment
« on: May 22, 2010, 04:35:45 pm »

can you post what you eat each day?  :)
That would be intresting!
How much fat.. etc.

Are you eating organs etc.? Eggyolks? Have you tried wild edibles?
I count them to ZC too, because they have almost no carbs. Just a LOT of vitamins and minerals. True medicine... maybe you could need some now.. to help you in your transition. ;)

It might take some weeks to feel good. Altough I don't remember this myself, I felt quite good from the beginning.. -\


General Discussion / Re: Curing OCD?
« on: May 22, 2010, 03:13:48 pm »
Sorry, but what is OCD?

Journals / Re: 6 Month Zero Carb Experiment
« on: May 22, 2010, 05:48:09 am »
I eat dandelions(flowers), nettels, linden leaves (these are my ultimate favorit), chickweed.. etc.

I think there are someting in wild edibles, that we don't get from meat etc. But I don't eat a lot.  ;)
Linden leaves I do eat in larger amounts.

I also by grassfed beef only, I do. Wild game if I get it.
Just if I don't get it on occasion, I eat organic beef. But grassfed tastes so much better!

I think I have no problems, because I am Scandinavian (Norwegian). My grandpa was Scottish.. so I think my genes are just used to eat a lot of meat?
No idea!
But I eat marrow too, and liver, and heart, eggyolks, fish.. everything. That helps a lot, I think!  :)

Hier some pics from my food;
This is linden leaves with beefliver(aged) and dried heart mixed with native coconutoil (sorry, but I so love coconutoil!!!).

And this is grassfed beef with grassfed tallow. And a nettle.  ;)

This is nettlewater, well water with fresh nettles.. let it stay over night, and enjoy. Delicious!

Hier my teeths from today morning.. I feel this way of eating helps my teeths heal, I do. (even if it does not help them became stright..hehe.. But strong they are!  ;) )


Journals / Re: 6 Month Zero Carb Experiment
« on: May 22, 2010, 03:10:26 am »
Hello actionhero,

I do ZC too, but my own version what includes wild edibles;)

I love it, have not had anything negative yet. I started at Christmas last year.
I tried to include some pieces of fruit some weeks ago, but I realized, I like it better without. So far.  :)

This is an experiment for me too, very intresting.
I will go on so long as I feel so good as I do now!  :)


Wai Dieters / Re: Fructose
« on: May 18, 2010, 12:41:26 am »
I believe it is the nuts that hurts your teeth's heaviest. Fruitarians eat little if any nuts, that might help. Dried fruits are also bad, I think.

I ate a lot of nuts at the beginning.  -[

Journals / Re: Ioanna's Journal
« on: May 16, 2010, 05:39:25 am »
i am great with ground beef or bison though, even better when aged. 

That is quite intresting that aged meat goes better with you, pemmican (raw) don't. I wonder if it matters to eat a lot of dried meat.  -\
I sometimes do. But I love aged meat too, like you eat it.

I wish I could find cheaper Bison meat, I pay 70 € / kg. here in Hamburg. l)  I love Bison/Buffalo.


Journals / Re: PaleoPhil's Journal
« on: May 16, 2010, 05:21:59 am »

after reading about the oxycholesterins in Ghee, I loosed all my interest in trying it. All. It have huge amounts of oxycholesterin, much much more than butter!
That might be why you got sick..  ;)


Welcoming Committee / Re: new frenchy coming
« on: May 16, 2010, 05:17:03 am »
hi , i was raw vegan for around ten years with lot of fruits and so on and my weight was going down and down through the year , i use to weight 40 kg for 1m75.....
full of energy that's true but no power at all
and then i discover what they called "living food" with tons of juices , quite no fruit , only greens and...everything went wrong ; lose 8 more kg , become like a zombie and inable to change the direction , sent to hospital with tuberculosis , hepatics , non working immune system (very classical!!)*

Oh my god..  :o
You must have been a skeleton!!! Did not family/friends around you got scared? Good you didn't die.  -X


and then a friend of mine that has lived with instincto pionnier for a long time and practice for 20 years intsincto nutrition push me to make the experiment...just to smell without first idea of what thinks are...
and of course i choose....raw greasy wild porc!!  ;D
takes me some days to accept the idea of eating flesh , but really my body take the control on my mind and feels it was necessary
during two month i eat a mono diet of meat and in one year and a half gained 20 kg up to 54 kg

 ;D no wonder you wanted only meat, after all this!


and since then , every time i put meat in my mouth (mostly wild from the area , not purchased through industrial awful production) i feel so much energy and peace

That's exactly the way I feel too, when eating animals.  :)

Boah.. this was a crazy story! So happy you leaved the raw vegan diet, at least!


Welcoming Committee / Re: new frenchy coming
« on: May 15, 2010, 07:14:27 am »
Hi Thierry!

I'm Norwegian, living in Germany and my English is terrible too, so don't mind!  ;)

Tell me about how raw meat saved your life, please!  :)
Sound so exiting!

Nice to have you here.


Wai Dieters / Re: Fructose
« on: May 15, 2010, 05:06:43 am »
Thanks guys, thanks so much!

I so much appreciate all this info!  :-*

Tyler, you said you tried "instinkto". Did you tried cassia, too? I was eating cassia every day for about two years. Gave me very loose bowel movements etc. I wonder if this also demineralized me and so my teeth's too?
 :o about the raw dairy almost killing you.. do you mind if I ask, what happend!?

tough, how you tried Fruitarian that long. You must have looked terrible. 55 kg.  :(
I'm totally with you on this nut-thing. Never eat them anymore myself, too (except of a seldom, few macadamias and I also tried Kenari-nuts this week, they are wild-growed nuts, but I got a strange feeling in my mouth after just a few so I think I will leave them)!  -[  Healthy teeth's is just so important! I hate to have any kind of fillings in my mouth! It cannot be healthy. I have only one little filling, cement. I refuse to do anything with my other cavities, I believe they will heal, I do.  :) They do not hurt eather, if I eat properly.  ;)  (if not.. i suffer terrible tootache  :'( )

Have you tried bone-marrow? It is my last favorite. I started to eat it one week ago, and from this day on my wrist (hand) have healed! It was overwrought due to my work, it did not wanted to heal.. I had this issue this whole winter. It was annoying, I could hardly brush my teeth without my wrist hurting (right hand, BTW). The next day after eating Marrow first time in my life, I looked at my wrist.. the swelling was gone..! And it did not come back after that day, it is over one week ago. I have not changed anything else. I believe it was the Marrow, that helped with the healing. Raw, grassfed marrow. Strange.. huh?  :)


Wai Dieters / Re: Fructose
« on: May 15, 2010, 02:42:42 am »
Tyler, how long was you raw vegan? How long fruitarian?

Why do you change your WOE?
and when, was it difficult? (because vegans tend to have this "ethic" thing)

How long have you been eating raw paleo?

 :) Inger

Wai Dieters / Re: Fructose
« on: May 15, 2010, 01:22:38 am »
Oh, THANK GOD I was never raw vegan!
No no  :). I always included animals in my raw diet. But I was still eating a lot of nuts and dried fruits. Only organic high quality stuff without sulphurites or veg.oil. But it still was not good for my teeth.  :'(

Have you all gone through this raw vegan thing, Tyler, MrBBQ, cherimoya_kid?


Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Raw Beef Liver
« on: May 14, 2010, 04:40:20 pm »
While I applaud your enthusiasm for raw organs, I should mention a minor caveat. I and a few other RPDers have sometimes greatly overdone the raw liver-consumption in the past. This has resulted in the raw liver passing out quickly the other end via very liquid stools, without it being properly absorbed by the body, but nothing else. I took this to mean that my body had had enough of the specific nutrients from raw liver so got rid of it as quickly as possible.

Mind you, I was consuming a hell of a lot of raw liver at the time due to a very foolish experiment I was trying in order to see if I could get away with spending next to nothing on food - I was eating only raw (grassfed/organic) liver the whole of every alternate week plus alkaline mineral-water(and maybe a little fruit?), and the raw liver I'd got was absolutely free as no one else wanted it. So, I think the above really only applies if one really overdoes raw liver consumption over a period of time.

This is intresting Tyler. Could it be, when eating liver raw, you cannot really over dose it? I have sometimes noticed after eating raw liver in larger quantities(200-300 gram), it came out somehow unarbsorbed.
Never felt bad in connection to higher liver consumption eather.


Wai Dieters / Re: Fructose
« on: May 14, 2010, 04:27:29 pm »
Hello Jarnapal,

I know that anything that has more fructose than glucose causes problems for me. I can eat table sugar just fine but no fruit with higher fructose ratio to glucose.  Symptoms vary from pain to mental childness ( very annoying ).

Mental childness...?  ???  *help*
Have to take a look at this link. I do not feel good from too much fructose eather. Not at all.  -[


Wai Dieters / Re: Fructose
« on: May 14, 2010, 04:22:00 pm »
Servus, Herr Barbeque!  ;)

Wie cool, Sie sprechen auch Deutsch!  ;D

You know what? I tried the bone-broth thing my self one week ago, cooking bones from pastured beefbones a few hours. I got the exactly same reaction as you. Quite terrible headaches! I never have headaches, so it had to be the bonebroth. So strange ???! Now I know why.

I got my first cavities as a 30 year old, after starting raw  :'(.  After reading this blogpost I am sure it was the nuts. And maybe dried mangos too. I ate a lot of them both.

And as a kid we had very poor food, like potatoes and porridge, homemade bread,  salted herring every day.  We was 15 kids, that's why. But we all had to take cod liver oil every singel day (I loved the taste of it by the way)! I think that saved our teeth's. And my mom also cared that we got enough sun, We always played in the garden, naked.  No one from us had cavities as kids. Ever. And we do got some Candy's sometimes.

(Entschuldige mein Englisch, puh, die ist einfach schrecklig.. )

Liebe Grüße von Inger

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