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General Discussion / RAW THANKSGIVING?
« on: November 24, 2016, 05:18:49 pm »
What are we all enjoying today???
I have plenty of Raw Fish, so having Fishy Thanksgiving as U.K. citizen, Raw Cod, Raw Haddock etc..

General Discussion / Re: MY LUCKY DAY!
« on: November 21, 2016, 05:25:55 pm »
Bumper bundle of fresh, unfrozen Raw Fish to my door again from Mick the Fish on Friday, 18 November 2016.   Feeling much better now, but starting to crave Raw Pork and Raw Chicken very much indeed.   Commonsense tells me to wait till I am farther down the road of recovery, but finding hard to resist, so may settle for a nice Raw Beef Steak.    Run out of Rotten Fish so looking for some old, date expired Fish in supermarket to replenish my jars.

« on: November 16, 2016, 04:48:35 pm »
Fish is particularly able to both yield and accept moisture so an ideal candidate for softening in water, if over age hardened.   Have not yet tried with meat and believe this would take more than a day to regenerate softness if dried hard.

« on: November 16, 2016, 02:43:02 am »
Had chunks of stale Raw Cod fish and put them on a plate in garden for flies to find.   Much as I enjoy really rotten raw fish, I was eager to go to the next stage.    Unfortunately it was a warm, dry, day and flies settled but showed little interest.    When I took it in it was bone hard and totally indigestible.    Thought hard and put it in a jar of water and it sank to the bottom.    After a day or two the fish became white and clean again and was fit to eat once more.   Quite chewy and firm, and still gave slight sting in the throat.    Thus all right and salvaged to eat.    I wondered if same effect could enable raw meat, that was dried too much, to be used and not wasted?   

General Discussion / Re: parasites in fish roe
« on: November 13, 2016, 05:49:13 pm »
It is possible that you were looking at embryo fish in the roe and these would of course be harmless!

General Discussion / MY LUCKY DAY!
« on: November 11, 2016, 07:24:24 pm »
Had TURP operation in hospital to open my prostate two weeks ago, but still bleeding although getting less each day.    Pain has subsided and am no longer taking pain killers, or any other pills just now.   Today I fancied RAW FISH, but the friend, who is shopping for me while I am housebound, is attending a funeral.   Telephoned our  Friday mobile Fishmonger, Michael Whittingstall from Lowestoft, and he is making a personal delivery to my door on his way home at lunchtime today.   How about that for service!    Fresh Raw Cod, Raw Halibut and Raw Hake if he has all these items!     

General Discussion / ZOMBIE BOY?
« on: October 08, 2016, 05:21:11 am »
Rick Genest, 31 year old Canadian tatooed all over appears in freak shows as a 'rotting corpse'.   Not content with that, he eats worms and pig intestines so observes Raw Paleo.   Friend of Lady Gaga who got him to model in Paris.   (UK Sun newspaper Thursday, 6 October, Pages 20-21.)   Anyone seen him?

General Discussion / Re: SUMMER PICNICS
« on: August 28, 2016, 02:27:46 am »
I like both of those suggestions, and agree the fingers before forks tradition could be used with towels or damp cloths to keep fingers clean.   Simple tongs might be preferred, and plates prepared with individual raw strips or small chunks and salad options in a bowl.   I have resorted to sandwiches with raw filling -fish or meat- when in mixed company to avoid attention, till some *** discloses what I am eating to the surprise of all present!!!   I refuse to be embarrassed!

General Discussion / SUMMER PICNICS
« on: August 27, 2016, 02:36:32 am »

General Discussion / Re: scorpions
« on: July 31, 2016, 12:52:47 am »
A colleague at work in Cyprus put his hand in a cupboard to draw out some cables and instead contacted a very small green scorpion.   He never knew any pain like it, and was rushed to hospital with a hugely swelled arm.   He recovered, and I saw him some time afterwards in a bar.   So you can survive this - with medical aid!

General Discussion / Re: DUSTBIN DILEMMA IN UK
« on: July 26, 2016, 03:13:11 am »
Thank you very much for information and advice.   It remains to be seen how much the British public will stand, and I am not surprised you all prefer where you live now!   Tyler is right, we should stand up and fight even if we are up to our knees in rubbish!

General Discussion / Re: How open are you about your diet?
« on: July 14, 2016, 12:53:14 am »
My raw fish lunch has been kicked off several jobs. I gave up and just started eating fruit at work, and waiting til evening to eat fish.

Other than that, I usually keep it to myself, until people know me fairly well. Otherwise, I just end up being known as the raw fish guy.

My "friend" Ian never hesitates to tell everyone I eat Raw Fish, when in my company.   I assume they all call me the Raw Fish Guy, and, as a deep sea fisherman, I find it hilarious!   (Perhaps it is just as well he does not know what else I eat!)
I was told not to eat my Raw Fish sandwich on a coach once by a driver, although usual cold food is permitted!!!   He said it was for the sake of the other passengers!

General Discussion / DUSTBIN DILEMMA IN UK
« on: July 01, 2016, 05:33:36 am »
With dustbin collections in UK currently only once each fortnight, with possibility of extending period to three or even four weeks, we will have a lot of humming dustbins - though not the tuneful kind!   So unlimited opportunities for keeping High Meat, Fish and Poultry that would otherwise go to waste in the rat infested dustbins.   Should encourage UK households to experiment with High Food?   Anyone got a recipe for the rats that will ensue this period of collection?

« on: June 17, 2016, 02:03:25 am »
Well our ancestors had to learn how to manage without them!

General Discussion / Re: Food Inc.
« on: June 13, 2016, 05:26:00 am »
Unfortunately a very large number of video inserts are no longer accessible on this Forum, many require subscriptions and/or memberships to see them!

« on: May 30, 2016, 04:41:30 pm »
Seems ideal answer for those wanting high meat in a hurry!   Produced some pleasantly tasting stinkfish from very, very fresh in moderately warm outdoor temperature in only three days!   Would have tasted even better in a week or two, but I was in a hurry!

« on: May 29, 2016, 02:16:05 am »
No need to race home with fresh raw fish, meat or poultry hurriedly to the refrigerator, just leave out in open air, sometimes covered to keep moist .    Ancient meat safe fitted on my wall has door and sides covered with perforated zinc, which can be replaced with open wire mesh to exclude only rodents.   Should give maximum exposure of raw food to atmosphere, environment and outdoor warmth.    Will ensure moisture is preserved and hope to advise on progress. 

General Discussion / Re: Allergic Rhinitis
« on: May 24, 2016, 05:20:30 pm »
I have trouble with Rhinitis and was prescribed Beconase aqueous nasal spray many years ago and have found this a great help when nose is congested or runny (faster than an Olympic athlete).   An alternative is Sterimar congestion relief (made out of the cleanest sea water from the French coast of Brittany) which is rather strong, but effective.    The symptoms decrease with frequency of treatment so it might help you.

General Discussion / Re: Eating raw meat after a crow ate some
« on: May 02, 2016, 05:00:12 am »
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Re: What rawpalaeo foods are you eating right now?
« Reply #401 on: November 10, 2010, 09:30:10 PM »
Hehe, there isn't any high meat that I wouldn't eat. Even totally decomposed, that hyenas, vultures or crows wouldn't touch 
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General Discussion / Re: FOWL CHRISTMAS!
« on: January 09, 2016, 08:14:10 pm »
Cold better now, but still have 'Davy Jones' creaking chest.   Managed to pick up on diet of Raw Turkey, Raw Chicken and Raw Pork Loins which was much enjoyed, and is bringing me back to better health.   Hope everyone has recovered from any ailments over Christmas, and wish everyone on the Forum a Very HAPPY RAW YEAR!

General Discussion / FOWL CHRISTMAS!
« on: December 29, 2015, 12:45:05 am »
Hope you all are having a marvellous Christmas and wish you all a wonderful time!
How many enjoyed a lovely raw bird for Christmas?   My Christmas was fowl, but mainly because I have had a rotten cold starting Sunday before, continuing now, and not to be sneezed at!   Have tried raw turkey fillets previously and will try again soon as they have a distinctive flavour.   Trouble with a cold is you cannot taste anything, and end up breathing through your mouth while you eat.   Had some fresh raw cod, not so fresh raw halibut, and now raw hake which is superb after a fortnight in the refrigerator, and there is some heavily maggoted fish awaiting in the garage.   Of course you can all enjoy a conventional Christmas with friends and colleagues provided you get back to suitably raw ingredients for your own Christmas dinner!   Happy New RAW Year everyone!

Unfortunately no replies to this question, but it is addressed elsewhere on the Forum where general wisdom suggests that very tiny fish may be eaten whole and raw, since it is difficult to extract the tiny intestines.   For much larger fish the liver may be eaten like other liver, though it may not be as palatable.   Considering intestines and other organs, also less palatable, remember most fish parasites need to live in fish for survival and would probably die in a person, causing no lasting harm.   Assuming one would want to eat these and enjoy the bitter taste, they might well be very beneficial, and it would be interesting to hear from any who may have eaten these.   Eskimo dogs eat fish intestines, apparently without problems, and, if tiny intestines can be eaten, why not larger ones?   As we discard intestines while catching your fish at sea, you would probably need to catch your own fish so you can try them?

« on: December 01, 2015, 06:09:00 am »

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: November 03, 2015, 11:54:53 pm »
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Re: Give us a laugh !
« Reply #409 on: October 25, 2015, 01:42:03 PM »
Well, sadly, this is one item where I feel like wincing not laughing, I absolutely hate all reality TV shows. They are made by TV companies because they cost very little to produce compared to other productions and are absolutely tasteless and actually quite boring. So the producers inevitably engineer fake difficulties between participants on each show to engender interest. God, why could I not have been born in the 1900s and died in 1990 before these godawful reality tv shows appeared?

Could not agree more.   These shows are no laughing matter - just a tragedy to watch!   Wondered if getting rid of all performers they could next get rid of the technicians to further save costs?   They have, with automated, remote operated cameras, so cameramen are redundant now!   Next get rid of all administrative staff and technical director and CEO.   (PLEASE!!!!!!!!!)

General Discussion / Re: Depression
« on: November 01, 2015, 02:29:10 am »
Try doing things which give you the greatest satisfaction and peace of mind.   Listening to music of your choice, gardening, if weather permits, gentle exercise, helping others with shopping and similar things.   At night, relax from extremities inwards starting with fingers and toes and then let arms and legs relax and feel your whole body becoming droopy and dozy.   Read comforting books, and watch television programs such as party political broadcasts and this will all result in the deepest and most rewarding sleep.   It is hard to relax if you have anxieties in mind, so try to put these aside and just drift off.   Try sleeping during the day as you may sleep more soundly during daylight hours, drink plenty of fluids, but do not rely on alcohol as a crutch.   

Hope you will soon start feeling better knowing you have so many friends on Raw Paleo eager to come to your aid!

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