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Hot Topics / Re: Botulism may be endemic to eskimo diet, not just modern
« on: October 01, 2011, 05:02:20 pm »
So Phil, you are saying if botulism is already growing on something, exposing it to air will kill it?

Is there still an issue with botulism poison being left behind? I have no idea, but I feel like the botulism poison might not be an issue here because we are dealing with raw food, not cooked.

Primal Diet / Re: Thin/Runny Honey Batch (Honey Pacifica)
« on: October 01, 2011, 08:55:08 am »
Hee hee, raw honey has a longer shelf life than any of us do!

perhaps not comb, but I think it does too!

There was raw honey that was unearthed out of the pyramids that was still good.

Hot Topics / Re: Are humans true carnivores?
« on: September 30, 2011, 09:10:37 pm »
Yes we can digest them but they are terrible for our bodies.

Hot Topics / Are humans true carnivores?
« on: September 30, 2011, 02:51:29 pm »
Similar to wolves?

Canines still eat vegetation. My old boss at the vegetable farm said something was stealing melons, so he stayed up late and watched to see and it ended up being coyote.

There is an interesting article by Barry Groves entitled "Vegetarians have smaller brains".

Personally I believe the reason why humans love animals so much, is not at all because we aren't supposed to eat them, rather that we depend on them for our health and well being.

The first time my friends and I slaughtered a goat, my buddy and I instinctively ate the fresh heart and liver. I had never even really given eating raw meat much thought, but had read about it from Sally Fallon. She seemed to think it was somewhat risky though. However at that moment it really seemed like the right thing to do. Just like any other carnivore no?

Carnivorous frugivores or frugivorous carnivores.

Another interesting tidbit, I have heard humans have over 7 times the amylase in out saliva as chimps. We have started to adapt to eat starch, but we haven't gotten very far have we?

Welcoming Committee / Re: raw paleo for facial eczema
« on: September 30, 2011, 02:40:38 pm »
I have read that boron deficiency can cause eczema in livestock.

Fruits and seeds are high in boron.

Apple (red)
Apricots (dried)
Beans (red kidney)
Bran (wheat)
Brazil Nuts
Cashew Nuts (raw)
Chick Peas
Grapes (red)   Boron (mg/100g)

0.50   FOOD

Hazel Nuts
Peanut Butter
Wine (Shiraz Cabernet)   Boron (mg/100g)


Sorry that it didn't copy well, but the numbers are in the correct order of the foods that are shown. Here is the website I found this list on.

Welcoming Committee / Re: Hi Guys
« on: September 30, 2011, 02:25:54 pm »
Have you heard Ray Peat talk about pro thyroid diets?

He is pretty damn condemning of cruciferous vegetables.

I don't agree with a lot or even most of what the man says but he has a lot of really interesting ideas.

Me thinks he and Sally Fallon are top contenders for best "normal" diet nutritionists, at least of the ones I have heard of.

Personals / Re: Looking for a scout wanderer accomplice- er i mean partner.
« on: September 30, 2011, 02:15:21 pm »
Lol I fit the bill just fine however I don't want to go on a walk about!

If I did, I wouldn't want to do it here, America sickens me as it is, I don't need to see any more of it haha.

I am trying to make my ideal reality and to do that I have to pick a spot and stay put, you know what I mean?

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Listeria Hysteria?
« on: September 30, 2011, 02:00:52 pm »
Didn't a bunch of people just die in france from eating organic cucumbers?

It seems like clockwork that there keeps being these vegetable contaminations...

Tomatoes... spinach... peanuts... even hamburger

I remember people actually thought like all of the tomatoes in the US had salmonella. No, not the ones in your garden (insert derogatory name calling).

I feel like it is very likely that these are intentional poisonings and that they are being used to help hoist cruel regulations on farmers to continue to prop up the ag cartels and put even more small farmers under the sea.

Primal Diet / Re: Thin/Runny Honey Batch (Honey Pacifica)
« on: September 30, 2011, 12:04:01 pm »
Same here. Most of the honey comb I have tried has been somewhat disgusting to me, more like pancake syrup in flavorless wax than truly raw, unfiltered honeycomb. Even centrifuged, unfermented raw honey has been better, in my experience.
I have, but it was hard to find and I had to order it via the Internet at a high price. Tyler apparently has a good local source, but I have yet to see a good local source here during the last few years. When I asked a local honey maker if they would consider selling truly raw honey comb they unfortunately dismissed the suggestion.

It's unfortunate but true that many a farmer can be extremely idiotic.

Oh gosh wouldn't it just be a terrible thing if they actually managed to make some money for once?

Primal Diet / Re: Thin/Runny Honey Batch (Honey Pacifica)
« on: September 30, 2011, 10:19:39 am »
Is comb honey really always raw? I have seen plenty of comb honey that seems like it was heated honey to me, never saw crystalized comb honey.

If you live in NYC and want a large selection of comb honey, there is a store in Brooklyn, on Atlantic Ave, next to I believe Union street or is it Carol? Anyways, on Atlantic Ave, not far from Fulton St. and the Manhattan Bridge. It's called Oriental imports I believe, it's right across the street from another store called Sahadis.

Oriental imports is amazing and they have tons of varieties of comb honey.

Primal Diet / Re: What meat is right for you?
« on: September 30, 2011, 09:53:05 am »
Sorry for unearthing an ancient topic, but I thought this information might be pertinent.

According to an Australian vet who I read, eczema in all animals is caused by boron deficiency.

Primal Diet / Re: List of A1 and A2 Milk
« on: September 30, 2011, 08:58:48 am »
I'm no expert, but I wouldn't call A1 milk bad shit. Definitely not as good though. I would be more worried about it if I was really really fucked up.

Is it really such a big deal?

Funny I am not sure why but I think some bulls are advertised as A1 as a good thing, perhaps cause they make more milk?

I bet though am not sure that simmentals are mostly A2.

I feel like there is probably more things to worry about than A1 A2.

I wonder if the A1 A2 thing is more relevant with pasteurized milk than it is with raw milk?

Welcoming Committee / Re: Howdy
« on: September 30, 2011, 03:07:42 am »
Yes I am interested in that, however I am looking to use more cost effective alternatives at the present time.

Welcoming Committee / Howdy
« on: September 30, 2011, 02:31:49 am »

I guess I would like to share a story, I will keep it as short as possible

I was born in Manhattan. When I was conceived, my parents were in Barbados. Eating Iguana and flying fish and flying fish roe and coconuts and mangos.  I was sort of an accident on purpose. My father was 25 and my mother was 23 when I was born. They had the good sense to move me upstate pretty quick. I lived on a dead end road in the middle of nowhere (literally one of the most depopulated areas on the east coast) at my grandmothers mansion (she wasn't rich, my family just has a tendency to live way beyond their means). The gigantic stream, the Delaware river was just half a mile away on our property, the largest trout river this side of the rockies. Wilderness abounded. I would go about as a small child, finding frogs and snakes and salamanders, picking berries, chewing on grass and clover and dandelions all summer long. My father was a hunter and a fisherman, he fed me plenty of fresh fish and venison.

All that greatness ended when my parents decided to move to Columbus Ohio. I guess there aren't a lot of jobs out in the middle of nowhere. The really sad part of the story is that well... I was practically a genius back then. My father taught me the multiplication tables with I was just 6 years old. I was reading at an almost adult level before I went to 1st grade. I was reading at a 9th grade level in 3rd grade... my development trickled off pretty quick.

My parents got divorced. I became accustomed to a diet of rice and beans and cheese as a staple every day, or rice and milk with cinnamon and brown sugar. The pollution was horrid in Columbus.

I think what fucked me up the most though, was that I had been practically a wild and free creature, able to come and go as I pleased, explore nature every day to my heart's content. Only to be told that "now you have to live a real life and go to school so one day you have to go to work".

Extremely long story short, I got pretty seriously fucked up. Went from being a bright and brilliant and cheery individual, to being downtrodden, pissed off, dunce of a child. I developed a tumor when I was 8 that stayed with me until I was 17. I was sick all the time, vomiting, shits, colds, fevers, sore throats, constant runny nose in winter.

I think it was smoking pot that really brought me back to nature. At one point I got a job at a farm.

Things seemed to be going great after that, I learned about raw milk. I actually moved out into the middle of nowhere in Indiana and bought my own goats and lived about 90% off of them and the wild.

Then I got into this high raw fruit diet, with plenty of raw milk and some cooked food. But my teeth started to hurt really badly.

I didn't know what the fuck to do by then, until a gentlemen on another site turned me onto the book Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel. He also turned me onto Aajonus Vanderplanitz.

24 and there's so much more.

Hey, I have my own Jersey cows, I am converting them to a grass fed diet, I am slowly weaning them off of grain!
I also keep dairy goats and ducks for meat and eggs.
I eat all raw now, never felt better that I can remember (didn't mention that I have pretty bad amnesia). Freaking feel fantastic.

What I really want to do now is make a farm where people can come to visit and heal their bodies. And pay me money of course.

I have an encyclopedic knowledge of farming, I have been studying it like nobodies business for the past 5 years.
Ask me anything about it.

My name is Emile, I have my life back again! Nice to grass fed meat you!

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