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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!

General Discussion / Re: High Chicken
« on: October 26, 2015, 06:21:56 pm »
Glad you found what was wrong.   Rusty meat or high meat does not sound good and is probably unhealthy.    Hope you can now enjoy your high meat, high chicken and high fish without nasty taste and possible health hazard.

General Discussion / Re: SWEET AND SOUR ----- FRESH AND HIGH?
« on: October 16, 2015, 05:46:23 am »
Water works still not up to standard so will need to have IT bored out!!!!!!!!!    Hope they won't use a Black and Decker!!!

General Discussion / Re: WHO WOULD YOU LIKE TO DINE WITH?
« on: October 07, 2015, 12:20:03 am »
At least you got your toe in the water, sorry you injured it though!

General Discussion / Re: WHO WOULD YOU LIKE TO DINE WITH?
« on: September 29, 2015, 04:18:19 am »
Up at 2 am, I saw the eclipse start and photographed it every 5 minutes till 3.20 am when I returned to bed.   Putting all 13 photographs together, and running a slide show on the computer, you can see the Earth shadow step across the Moon face from top left 'corner' to bottom right.   Sadly my little Olympus SP350 camera, without accessories, could not fully resolve the color shift, but it does show a pink/orange tint towards the end.   You really need specialist equipment for this exercise, but I was pleased with my feeble attempts which may even be used in our Church Concert, 'Stars in the Universe' on 17-18 October 2015, when I have to join the singing chorus (tut tut).

General Discussion / Re: High Chicken
« on: September 16, 2015, 06:08:57 am »
That must also be HIGH on fat?

General Discussion / Re: High Chicken
« on: September 14, 2015, 04:10:00 pm »
Agree with Eveheart, if you do not like it throw it away and start again, but might be worth leaving a bit longer as cheesy flavor mellows with time.   Never give up too soon, or risk wasting something you have waited some time to enjoy.

Why not try cutting a thin slice or teaspoonful from it, close both eyes, open mouth and taste (before you ruin it)?

General Discussion / Re: other peoples reactions?
« on: August 21, 2015, 01:25:11 am »
She said I wasn't an Eskimo, I said she wasn't Swiss either but she eats yogurt.

What a brilliant retort! I hope she was not too deeply offended and saw the funny side!

General Discussion / TOUGH LUCK?
« on: August 13, 2015, 01:53:25 am »

You take a chance whether raw meat is going to be too tough to chew when getting it.

1. Cut it into very small pieces and swallow whole, leaving digestive system to cope.
2. Hand mincer to convert it to mince and eat, as with steak tartare.
3. Blender or liquidizer to convert to liquid or gruel.
4. Use a mallet to tenderize the meat, if particular meat can be conditioned this way.

Had very tough steak that may have chipped a tooth.   Thought of a novel method using flies on the meat to create maggots which convert the meat with their fatty bodies, then eat the meat in the form of maggots with their fatty contribution.   They taste strong and meaty, and I can now use this nicely rotted steak.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: August 10, 2015, 12:47:27 am »
Are all the barriers covered in soft fur?

General Discussion / ALL YOU CAN EAT?
« on: July 30, 2015, 12:23:29 am »

A Raw Paleo enthusiast working in a Butchery, Fishery, Restaurant or even a Slaughterhouse?
Sight of all the fresh raw meat overwhelming!
1.   Could they survive in employment?
2.   Whole new meaning to a lunch break?
3.   Colleagues who also felt craving?
4.   Boss let them have stale items for High Meat?
5.   Boss sympathetic, let them take items home?
6.   Boss who shared their interest and encouraged it?
7.   Anyone you know like this?   What experiences?
8.   Any vacancies?

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: July 28, 2015, 02:16:07 am »

I stepped inside this restaurant,
knowing they specialized in RAW,
because I saw bloodstained menus,
as well as the tablecloths and floor.

Waiter staggered in with quarter Ox,
“What part would you like to try?”
I gave a gasp of sheer astonishment,
it was so raw I wanted to cry!

“You could try the Chicken,
if I could catch the blessed thing.
The farmer bred it with three legs
instead of an extra wing!”

“I fancy a big piece of Deer,”
at last I decided and replied.
“Well you cannot have my old dear,
though she is waiting just outside!”

“Do you want it with the antlers on,
because that is quite the best,
and will you want the innards intact
left deep inside the breast?”

I never thought I could ever find
a restaurant quite so ‘bloody’ good,
but suddenly woke up to find
my face had fallen in my pud.

FH Bond  27 July 2015.

General Discussion / Re: MAGGOT FISH LATEST!
« on: July 26, 2015, 12:32:17 am »
Please do not be put off by ammonia smell which can easily be fanned away, waving a sheet of paper.   I have found the rotted fish has an indescribably strong flavor, and torches the back of the throat.   Just been eating bits of the really rotted fish, live maggots and (regrettably) many dead maggots and all taste wonderful.   Have yet to try meat, but am quite happy to share my meal with flies, as they will later share it with their offspring.   It would be impossible to get meat or fish to this degree of rottenness by merely aging it in an enclosed space, while excluding flies.

Honored by your interest, as one of the 'Queens of Raw Paleo' as well as an enthusiastic experimenter!

General Discussion / Re: MAGGOT FISH LATEST!
« on: July 24, 2015, 04:17:31 pm »
Recently failed to air the box often, and found all maggots apparently DEAD.   Going to erect dozens of tiny tombstones, but left to air overnight and ALL RECOVERED next day!   Suggest airing daily is absolutely necessary to keep your dinner happy!

General Discussion / Re: MAGGOT FISH LATEST!
« on: July 20, 2015, 03:27:51 pm »
Euphemism for 'maggots'?    How about fellow diners?

General Discussion / MAGGOT FISH LATEST!
« on: July 20, 2015, 04:38:48 am »
Latest batch of Maggot Fish shows much promise.   Struggling as ever to make the process work, I leave the Cod on a plate in the garden most of a sunny day, take it up and keep it in a box, airing daily whilst watching developments.   Once the occupants have reached a size about 1 cm x 0.2 cm diameter and fish has shrunk to a mess of brown gooey gravy it can be tested.   It has a fantastically strong cheesy, fishy flavor that almost takes your breath away, and I have never had anything like it!   They make a splendid job, and you can eat the little individuals with their cheesy sauce.    It is almost unbelievably good, and I can't wait to try more tomorrow!   Sabertooth you are a genius!

Please don't go near anyone once you have had it unless you suck a very strong mint indeed, or they will express disapproval in the strongest terms!

A very enlightened Restaurant!

I used to get my meals served raw in certain restaurants I regularly frequented, but doubt if I could come to such an arrangement in UK now - perhaps in Scotland where I was served the best completely raw meat, poultry and fish on a three times daily basis in Peterhead?

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: July 16, 2015, 04:51:17 pm »
Perhaps all red-bloodied, able bodied, single males should make a bee line for the Philippines and help them out!!!!

General Discussion / Re: FREEZER FAILURE
« on: July 15, 2015, 05:06:08 am »
Thank you Lads for saving my bacon (and fish - mostly fish) and some other goodies!   Naturally I will exercise caution if I decide to consume any of this fare, but did not want to waste ALL of it and the freezer is now working again, but may not be reliable so will probably have to be changed.   It cost me £10 second-hand ten years ago, so cannot grumble.   I do not know where I would be without your advice, so hope I can count on this with similar problems?   All the neighbors, equipped with conventional wisdom, say sling the foods and freezer regardless, which does sound wasteful!

General Discussion / FREEZER FAILURE
« on: July 14, 2015, 12:06:26 am »
My freezer has been intermittent lately and sometimes I find the contents all soggy and wet and not looking very good.   They later firm up and freeze.   Should I cut my losses and dump the entire contents of meat and fish, buy myself a new one and re-stock with fresh items?   This seems wasteful, but necessary in the interests of my health!    Advice please!

General Discussion / MEAT SAFE?
« on: July 14, 2015, 12:00:08 am »
A wooden box, with perforated zinc gauze in front door and two adjacent sides, is still mounted on the wall near my back door since moving in the house many years ago.   Before we had a refrigerator, it was used to keep the bottles of milk fresh and, since these were Jersey Full Cream Milk, it did well to keep it for a day or so.   Thought about hanging meat inside, but the gauze has all perished with weather, is expensive to replace, and difficult to find.   Could use fabric or air conditioner filter material, but thought again, as it is out in the garden with plenty of fresh air, why bother to cover it at all?   Leaving it for a day or two for any helpful insect activity, and then putting it in a jar indoors to stop it drying out completely, while airing periodically, should give it a fair chance?   Any views?

General Discussion / Re: Parrot Fish
« on: July 07, 2015, 12:41:21 am »
No, not tried it - but it probably repeats on you like mad!

General Discussion / Re: we might possibly be all Eskimos!
« on: July 04, 2015, 03:32:12 am »
People of the far North like to be called Inuit (= The People) because they find the North American term Eskimo to be offensive.   Must admit that I am proud to eat Raw Meat and Raw Fish, not at all ashamed, so would be overjoyed to be called an Eskimo and find the title both dignifying and aptly descriptive.

General Discussion / Re: jumping fleas
« on: July 03, 2015, 02:13:47 am »
Nice to find a simple non-chemical solution to your problem.

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