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General Discussion / Re: Insects Guide for RPD Westerners
« on: June 15, 2019, 03:34:15 pm »
QUOTE:Re: a_real_man's journal
« Reply #7 on: October 12, 2017, 04:44:07 am »
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For the last 5 months or so, pretty much all I drank was raw milk. Recently, I felt that my thirst for milk has been quenched. I've stopped drinking milk and now I just hydrate on eggs with a bit of help from fruit. Out of curiosity, I tried drinking a bit of water and was repulsed by it.

I also recently read Instinctotherapy by Burger. So I am giving this a shot.

I've been gradually increasing my arsenal of insects. I eat maggots that find their way into my high meat. I also capture bees, cut out their stingers, and eat them. They taste like nut with nectar. Similar for butterflies. I captured a black beetle and ate it. It was crunchy and delicious. I've been craving more beetles since. So I'm farming mealworms. I caught a big green grasshopper... The taste was so rich..  like the smell of lime, but as a flavor. Also caught rolly pollies but they taste like dust. Crickets also had a plain taste.

Another thing I've noticed is that I'm not at all excited about "fresh" raw meat right now. So I am fermenting whatever I can. I have a cod sitting around on my balcony for a week now. I tried it and was really into it; tastes like smoked fish with a bit of cheese.

REPLY:
You liked the cod left sitting on your balcony for a week.   Have you tried this since October 12, 2017, and do you still like this fish preparation?


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High fish is generally great, but you need to get used to it gradually, trying varieties of raw fish becoming progressively rotten over many weeks.    Correctly aired, and kept outside the refrigerator it will never get too rotten to enjoy, and improve with age, unless allowed to dry out.

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Is the use of a PLASTIC container likely to prove as problem with contacting the meat inside, as Inuits found?

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Hot Topics / Re: The war against vegans...
« on: April 18, 2019, 03:22:52 am »
If so, prepare for a big queue!

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Off Topic / Re: US/UK etc farmers being hit
« on: April 14, 2019, 10:41:32 pm »
How right you are!!!!!

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Primal Diet / Re: food poisoning from chicken
« on: April 14, 2019, 05:48:31 am »
Agree cooking is responsible for many health problems with Chicken, and careless storage and meat handling conditions for many more.   Chickens need natural environment and appropriate feed, and failings here lead to poor quality, possible contamination, and disease.    This affects flavour and texture of the meat and can also lead to infection and physical illness after eating it.

All things considered, raw chicken can be exceptionally palatable, and should not be overlooked as an enjoyable treat.   Have eaten lots of raw chicken, also raw turkey, and no problems at all.    Liked high raw chicken, with its stronger flavour which improves the longer you keep it, gradually rotting quite tastily.   

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Primal Diet / Re: food poisoning from chicken
« on: March 15, 2019, 12:36:37 am »
My understanding is that partial cooking can be like re-heating cooked food which we are definitely not encouraged to do.   Depending on the temperature achieved, any bacteria can flourish while the food remains largely uncooked.   Possibly chicken in particular needs cautious handling.

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Primal Diet / Re: food poisoning from chicken
« on: March 14, 2019, 05:25:44 pm »
Back in 1991 had very severe upset after eating raw chicken and was very ill for several weeks.   Doctor diagnosed Yersina E Coli, which is very bad.   After antibiotics I recovered, and never had a problem so severe again.   Have eaten lots of raw chicken and raw turkey at Christmas and no problems at all.    This includes, presumably grain fed, chicken from the supermarket.    Glad I was able to force myself back to raw chicken as it has a distinct taste and is really great!    I think it is possible to develop a level of immunity through a bad experience, but would not want to wish this on anyone else.   Take care and enjoy yourself.

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Primal Diet / Re: A1 versus A2 dairy, any difference?
« on: January 09, 2019, 12:15:15 am »
Perhaps I was privileged by being brought up on Full Cream Jersey A 2 Milk and enjoying every thick creamy drop.    I continued with this till at least 1998 when it became difficult to obtain, and the local dairy closed.    Since on Full Cream more ordinary A 1 milk from Frisian and similar cows.   Noticed the difference and poor keeping qualities.    Developed slight nasal allergy causing sneezing after drinking.    Same with milk chocolate!?    A 1 Green top milk keeps better than A 1 Blue top, but does not have much taste.   Would prefer Jersey Milk if I could still get it?

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Off Topic / Re: The continuing war on food
« on: November 07, 2018, 07:10:09 pm »
Must be no-one connected with meat production and promotion!

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Found one anisakis worm in my Raw Cod tonight, although it has been in the 'fridge for several weeks.   Still alive, so pulled it out and enjoyed the high Cod, which are known to have this problem through feeding on the bottom.    Always take them out, if found, as they can leave a painful stomach for a few days till they die and get expelled.   Freezing the Cod can get them to die.

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If you keep it covered most of the time and air it regularly it should retain moisture, but will tend to dry eventually.    Airing in a refrigerator will lead to rapid drying if it is not covered.    Thirst results from consuming any dry matter.    I have known high meat to change gradually to liquid if enclosed.

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Primal Diet / Re: A1 versus A2 dairy, any difference?
« on: October 20, 2018, 12:28:22 am »
Can anyone explain what categories A1 and A2 stand for?    Sorry but I have not heard of these.

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Primal Diet / Re: AVOID rainwater drinking
« on: October 01, 2018, 04:27:35 am »
How sad if the air we breathe and rainwater we may choose to drink are considered even moderately unsafe.    What will be left for us to (safely) enjoy?

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Health / Re: What is the truth about cancer? How does one prevent/cure it?
« on: September 27, 2018, 08:54:13 pm »
I still believe there is an element of faith in this, as in all illness.    You have to believe you are getting better and this gives a lot of encouragement to the body.   

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Primal Diet / Re: Did AV dye his hair?
« on: September 27, 2018, 08:49:55 pm »
You can produce Ozone from an electric arc in fair amounts so might be worth trying as it is cheap!

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General Discussion / Re: Pork - Good or Bad?
« on: September 15, 2018, 02:30:52 am »
Have eaten a lot of Raw Pork over several years with enjoyment.    No problems with Raw Pork and Raw Chicken which are grrrreat!    Eating Raw Fish and Rotten Fish at the moment, and trying these for a long period.   Rotten Fish needs keeping for some time to get strong and flavourful, and Frozen Fish takes very long to recover from the freezing before it can start to go high.   

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Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: August 25, 2018, 10:43:24 pm »
Sorry, but I do not think the death of two holidaymakers in an hotel is a subject for 'Give us a Laugh'.    Although the cause has not been identified, problems possibly with catering and cleanliness are not the only suspects.    There has been a previous case some time ago when carbon monoxide poisoning killed a young man, and other problems related to air conditioning systems leaking ammonia and other refrigerants.    I am glad you brought this tragedy to our notice in your columns, but until the actual cause of death, which might even be natural causes, has been identified, it would seem better to present it as a warning rather than a laugh!

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Off Topic / Re: Plastic fuels obesity
« on: August 25, 2018, 04:33:44 pm »
A very interesting concept.    It could mean there are other causes of obesity than merely consuming food, or inappropriate food, yet to be identified.

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General Discussion / Re: FROZEN RAW TO ROTTEN PROBLEM.
« on: August 03, 2018, 04:20:49 pm »
Found frozen fish or meat seems to take much longer to go High, but seems to get there after a few more weeks.    Need patience with frozen items to allow them to get nicely rotten.

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Hot Topics / Re: Sweating: Why and how to control excess sweating?
« on: July 31, 2018, 02:44:53 am »
Excessive use of high meat in summer has been known to cause heating, and presumably sweating, in members of our group according to their reports!

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Health / Re: Eye Infection??
« on: July 31, 2018, 02:41:32 am »
Reference my stie on the eye, subject above on 6 October 2017, this has not returned, although my eyes do feel itchy with pollen dust currently in the hot dry air.   Bathe my eyes in fresh warm water if troublesome and it simply goes away!   Hope your problem responds equally to your treatments!

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General Discussion / Re: FROZEN RAW TO ROTTEN PROBLEM.
« on: July 22, 2018, 07:35:37 pm »
Thanks for that!   Sounds good, will try this to see if it tastes good!   Is frozen fish converted to high easier than frozen meat/poultry converted to high?   (Keen on high fish so trying with fish at the moment).

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General Discussion / FROZEN RAW TO ROTTEN PROBLEM.
« on: July 16, 2018, 04:24:19 am »
Hard to make previously frozen raw meat, fish, poultry, go rotten!    Even keeping out in warm temperature, it stays fresh.   Why is this, and how can we help make frozen raw go nice and high?    Will it eventually go rotten after a very long time?    Would mixing it with previously rotted meat or fish help?   Any suggestions welcome, as it usually tastes better the longer it rots, provided you keep it moist.   

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Science / Re: Young people are becoming stupider, say scientists
« on: June 15, 2018, 05:18:49 am »
A colleague has suggested the brain is a muscle, and that all muscles improve with exercise.

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