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Science / Re: Dogs possibly domesticated as far as 40,000 years ago
« on: May 24, 2015, 12:59:52 am »
Scientists already widely believed dogs were the first animals domesticated.

Science / Re: Dogs possibly domesticated as far as 40,000 years ago
« on: May 23, 2015, 06:24:11 pm »
They could have been destroyed or hidden or they might still exist but they are so old they are not fully recognizable.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: May 23, 2015, 01:31:54 am »
At least they get to keep their foreskin.

Hot Topics / Re: Parasites really are severely underestimated.
« on: May 22, 2015, 11:02:52 pm »
... Don't eat pig shit that actually can be very bad for you.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Calculations
« on: May 22, 2015, 09:15:47 am »
Derek, what are some of the things you look for to make sure you get a healthy sheep? I have a friend who runs a lamb farm and she's offered to sell me one or a few culls. The idea is intriguing as I can get all the organs and bones, but I don't want to waste my time if the animals aren't healthy.

I definitely concur regarding animals' ages and body fat percentage. I enjoy lamb organs, but wouldn't waste my money on their meat. I've had it, and it's way to lean and too bland tasting. If I were to buy meat or fat, I'd want it to be from an adult animal.

Many indigenous peoples preferred older, mature animals too, that's why hunting traditions emerged that glorify taking large animals, particularly big bucks. The meat is very rich from a lifetime of accumulating minerals and phytochemicals, and older animals typically have higher body fat percentages, just like people.

 Cull Generally means that the animal for some reason didn't come back into heat and get bred on time. However they generally had "time off" to fatten up on grass without having to work hard producing milk and growing babies. The best beef I ever had were a 4 or so year old bull who snapped his leg in the barn but I think even better were 20 something old cows from my friend's farm who failed to breed back. He claims to have cows that are as old as 31. They are delicious.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Calculations
« on: May 22, 2015, 09:10:28 am »
I would just wash it with cold water to get the meat juice off of it. I would rather freeze it than cook it. It should last a good while in the fridge especially if you have it as cold as possible.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Calculations
« on: May 22, 2015, 04:31:38 am »
The fat being runny means it's high in omega 3. It's that time of year. In my experience it hardens up quite a bit if you slaughter in the fall. It should harden up some once you get it cold though.

General Discussion / Re: Deer carcass question
« on: May 22, 2015, 04:04:14 am »
Like I said, thats for a big buck, which could be half that size and a doe could be even smaller.

General Discussion / Re: Deer carcass question
« on: May 22, 2015, 01:46:27 am »
There are tons of different species of deer. Red deer which are actually small Eurasian elk are huge, but their size varies considerably, 200-400 pounds for bucks and about 3/5 that size for does. They say White tail deer in the states dress out 40% meat although I'm having trouble believing that. A big elk will weigh typically 800 pounds, will field dress to 540 pounds and will yield 270 pounds of meat. As what you will be eating is most likely red deer, say you get a 400 pound animal, 135 pounds of boneless meat should be a reasonable expectation. There are many other species of deer, some larger some smaller. Pier David's is 600 pounds and extinct in the wild. I would promote eating them because it will encourage the preservation of the species. Fallow deer are another common deer species in europe and white tails have been introduced.

General Discussion / Re: Preparing wild game and eating raw
« on: May 21, 2015, 04:40:51 pm »
Are camels still a problem in australia? I bet camel is really tasty.

Hot Topics / Re: Parasites really are severely underestimated.
« on: May 19, 2015, 04:35:33 pm »
Worms purpose is not to destroy their host. They are symbiotic creatures. If something is infested with worms it has a lot of other troubles besides just the worms. They do destroy unhealthy creatures perhaps quicker than other diseases but if it weren't them it would be something else. It is exactly like Aajonus said, they are like vultures who clean up the sick and the dead.

Daenerys Targaryen eating raw horse heart in Game of Thrones:
Game of Thrones : Targaryen Queen eats Horse Heart

Unless that was just cut out it wouldn't be that bloody as the heart pumps the blood out of itself. Eating a raw uncleaned heart is only mildly bloody in my experience, you get some blood on your face but little to no dripping.

Hot Topics / Re: Parasites really are severely underestimated.
« on: May 19, 2015, 03:24:47 am »
I met a crazy Hulda Clark preacher named "Walnut Bob" in the woods of Indiana who claimed she helped him beat lung cancer caused by parasites. He did not think he had got parasites from anything he had ate, far from it, he believed that he had picked them up living with dogs and cats.

Off Topic / Re: Amusing article
« on: May 18, 2015, 08:11:52 am »
It is rather funny/odd- I note how they charged a lot extra for the human meat compared to other meats. That said, from a logical perspective, I really do not see how any other solution can solve the overpopulation problem. I mean, with every human now becoming more and more able to destroy the environment as technology advances, and the overpopulation problem constantly increasing, there is no realistic other solution. Yes I know that other possibilities have been mooted such as insect-consumption or hydroponics/lab-created meat but these are not easy to implement and likely require huge costs, especially the latter. Well, OK, admittedly, one possible solution seems to be to educate women and improve women's rights  as that seems to lower the birth-rate drastically. However, I just do not see Muslims or others in developing countries, for that matter,  wanting to do that. Indeed, even Iran has changed its mind and now wants its birth-rate to go up.

I don't think your research is very thorough. For instance it is said that the American lawn industry is larger than the Indian Agricultural sector. That that grass could feed enough beef that every American could eat nothing but beef. As it is nearly half the food the world grows rots before it makes it to market. In much of the world 1/4 of an acre can meet a person's needs.

Also perhaps the best source of food for mankind could be planctonic fish and inverts which could be harvested in epic volume without negatively impacting the environment.

I have come to this forum on multiple occasions to preach a solution to humanities plight. It doesn't seem as if I was received at all. You know not everyone has to or should eat nothing but meat like you. Do you think it serves your website or your "movement" or whatever your goals are to have such a morbid world viewpoint? Why not try to find something positive?

I would like to find a community of people who are positive while not being loaded to the gills with shit. This is possible you know. There are a lot of bright possibilities for the future.

Invitro meat is going to be vastly inferior and not an ecological solution in any way, period. Science has become a dogmatic religion that has been hijacked just like the Romans hijacked christianity.

The world once sustained 6 times the life on land it does today and it can again.

Personals / Anyone want to buy a boat and sail the Caribbean
« on: May 16, 2015, 02:49:41 pm »
I've been looking into this, they can be had dumbass reasonable if you're willing to buy a fixer upper. For instance I can't find it at the moment but there was a 34 foot double mast for 2000 bucks, engine pulled ready to rebuilt and with working transmission.
Then there is this monster.

Good chance I will buy a boat but albeit more of an island hopper, calm weather, few miles out kinda deal. I dunno what the fuck but I am loathsome of getting into any big projects by myself any more these days.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: May 13, 2015, 12:47:54 am »
Uhm Tyler what about the Hopi? You can't make blanket statements about the Native Americans. Many tribes were not warlike. By and large most people to not desire conflict but when there is an aggressor who will not take up arms against them?

I just bought a potted yacon. Wish I had bought more but it was kind of a spur of the moment omg that's yacon as I have only ever heard of it offered for sale a couple other places much less seen one and then it was there. Probably go back and get more tomorrow.

General Discussion / Re: high fat, keto, feeling sick all the time
« on: November 17, 2014, 05:08:17 am »
Oh thanks not sure how i got mixed up.

Hot Topics / Re: Farming of the future?
« on: November 17, 2014, 12:57:31 am »
I hate the ignorance of which some of these news outlets publish their reports. Only I am allowed to be so ignorant! They write this almost as if hydroponics wasn't already a thing, like no body has already been doing this. Plenty of places like this in America. I guess their not all completely sterile but I think a lot of them are. The good ones use diluted ocean water.

General Discussion / Re: high fat, keto, feeling sick all the time
« on: November 17, 2014, 12:34:20 am »
It's easy to remember the main fruits high in enzymes to help you digest, the three p's persimmons, pineapples and papayas, but make sure ur papaya didn't come from a non organic farm in Hawaii :X

Oh and actually the whey mixed with eggs and honey might not be so delicious, i got a bit confused there. Typically I mix eggs with honey milk and cream and ginger.

The point though was that whey and eggs are the first and second most easily digestible foods.

There was one testimony here of a guy who gained an incredible amount of weight eating mostly eggs and honey (and cream???)  if someone can send her a link to that guy.

General Discussion / Re: high fat, keto, feeling sick all the time
« on: November 17, 2014, 12:32:34 am »
If you can't digest the fat that means you are eating too much because you aren't producing enough bile to digest it. If you don't have enough bile then most of the fat isn't ever going to get digested. You need a lot of minerals to replace the bile that you lose. I have read and it is my experience that high mineral sugars with plenty of enzymes from raw honey and perhaps certain fruits will help digest fat. Also if you do some research people are claiming things like extract of celery, artichoke and beets help to stimulate bile production.

I would definitely eat smaller amounts of fat and just eat a small amount slowly until you feel you have reached a comfortable amount and then stop until you have finished digesting it. Eating the fat will help to stimulate the increased production of bile eventually too as long as you aren't eating so much that you don't have enough bile. This just turns the fat into soap which is constipating and unabsorbable. Finally remember that fat is 7 times higher in calories than protein.

So say you wanted to eat like 40 40 20 for example, you would still be eating 7 servings of protein to 1 serving of fat, which is around what a regular and untrimmed steak amounts to.

Perhaps you should focus on foods that are easier to digest to get your digestion going, raw whey, especially from goats, raw eggs, raw honey, these all can be blended into a nutritious shake, you could add minced liver and hopefully especially the enzymes and nutrients in the liver will help your liver and gall bladder to start functioning...

Heck you might even try eating actual bile if you can butcher your own animal or of course you can buy beef bile supplements!

also i think that raw seafood is easier to digest than land meats, and super imortant are thinks like the big clams or sea urchins or other animals that you eat the entirety of their organs.

And finally eating predigested foods like raw kefir is where i would go. My person protocol in the past was to just have a 5 gallon bucket of kefir in the fridge that i would consume with a bit of honey on the end of a spoon.

As said vegetable broth may help in the production of bile you may also get away with fermenting them or juicing them.

Have you read the Aajonus juicing protocol? He mainly wants you to juice celery and parsley perhaps with a couple carrots, adding 3 tablespoons raw honey and a cup of raw cream I believe per gallon of raw juice. The honey will make the juice keep three days in the reefer. If that won't stimulate bile production I dunno what will.

General Discussion / Re: Is wild food actually healthier?
« on: August 11, 2014, 02:33:51 pm »
Generally wild is radically superior however especially ocean food which I believe is probably the healthiest food there is. However land food grown using natural principals would be superior as the wild we experience in the modern world is far  away from a true wild, most of the soil and herb base is destroyed throughout much of the planet.

Hot Topics / Re: Making Good Food Affordable
« on: July 31, 2014, 03:52:04 pm »
Bee pollen seems expensive per pound but nutritionally seems very reasonable. It is especially appealing to me because it is a carbohydrate source with equal amounts of protein. Spirulina is dirt cheap when you compare the vitamins in it compared to vitamins in store bought vegetables. Actually nutritionally speaking I think most green vegetables in the store are almost a waste of money, they are expensive and fresh doesn't usually mean much. Farmers say if you drop an ear of corn from field to fridge it isn't fresh anymore. Most greens are picked in the morning but would be much better picked at the end of the day, especially in hot nights, as the sugar or brix lowers during the night considerably, lowering the bioavailability of all the nutrients, lowering the protein digestibility and increasing the nitrogen levels. Plants picked during long periods of overcast may be holding toxic levels of nitrogen and be almost devoid of digestible protein and sugars. The less fresh the plant is the worse off all the nutrition is and the more chance for toxic levels of nitrogen buildup.

I say, why pay for vegetables when weeds are far cheaper, far more nutritious, far fresher and in the convenience of your own back yard. I tell people, why would I buy vegetables or plant a garden when god planted a delicious garden for me already?

On the east coast, the large stew clams are very reasonable and to me the most delicious thing on the planet, much better than the flavorless small ones.

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