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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Current view on zero/low carb?
« on: August 04, 2019, 08:46:41 pm »
I don't have that much variety of raw fruit. I mainly concentrate on one 1 large meal of raw meat/raw animal fat, and sometimes have berries or bananas or watermelon, for example. I focus on the raw fruit being raw and unprocessed but only sometimes go in for organic fruit.

Primal Diet / Re: High meat, cold/warm temperatures.
« on: August 04, 2019, 05:50:18 am »
I actually find that high-meat is best when not refrigerated. I have also tried using prefrozen raw meats for making high-meat  and they never gave me the boosting effect I got from standard high-meats.

General Discussion / Re: your strongest health side
« on: July 31, 2019, 10:09:34 am »
I do not find that raw animal foods help much as regards digesting cooked foods. Maybe in the first few years of going rawpalaeo, that might have been the case, but, nowadays, I increasingly find that I can no longer tolerate/properly digest cooked foods unless in specific circumstances(ie small amounts, not mixed with raw foods etc.).

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Verified unheated honey for newbie
« on: July 30, 2019, 05:12:43 pm »
I used to think that  honeycomb was always raw if not placed into a jar before sale. I would nowadays never trust honeycomb imported from abroad, but local honeycomb seems fine to me.

Hot Topics / Re: My updated more awesome current diet
« on: July 30, 2019, 05:10:29 pm »
Topic moved to the hot topics forum-

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Don't use black pepper...
« on: July 30, 2019, 02:30:51 pm »
Everyone is different. I find black pepper to be an excellent digestive aid. On the other hand, I find that more than a tiny pinch of salt in my mouth creates an awful reaction in me.

Off Topic / Muslims and disdain for vaccines due to halal concerns
« on: July 29, 2019, 12:20:10 pm »

It is interesting how diet is so often a part of religion, and how religion can even affect medicine. Perhaps if some rawpalaeo religion was founded, it would become even more popular. I note that Aajonus compared himself to Jesus, for example!

General Discussion / Re: Trouble digesting ground beef and suet
« on: July 29, 2019, 12:15:27 pm »
what causes fats to be chewy?
Depends on the fat. Raw suet is something I find to be unchewable, mostly, for example.

That is quite sick. Fighting against Nature always leads, eventually, to some sort of disaster.

Every country has some greater freedoms than elsewhere and also some major infringements on liberty compared to other regions. For example, the US has more stringent restrictions against raw milk than most of Europe, and the US tried, at one point, to ban the sale of raw oysters in Florida. Plus, the US has the 1st amendment which means people can say things there that no one could get away with in Europe without a hefty fine or several years' imprisonment. Personally,. I would far prefer to live in a country like Russia or the Phillipines, where can do or say almost anything as long as one never criticises the current government of that country.

Err, vegans are also against dairy as they view milking as animal abuse. Technically it is, as cows were dysgenically bred to have overly-huge udders to produce milk, unlike what would have happened in the wild. Also Sverige may have made the right decision in avoiding court as that implies that he does not accept the court's justice or judgement. Also that Sverige might find that playing the victim makes for greater propaganda in this day and age of the snowflake.

The problem is that the vegans are also trying to force their way of life on others on a legal front. There is Paul McCartney and his "Meatless Mondays" campaign which is claimed to be environmentally-friendly and where the idea is that school canteens and government canteens should all have no animal food available on Mondays. In fact, of course, modern agriculture as regards plants is in many ways as or more environmentally-damaging as raising animals.

I fear not. The UK court system is so corrupt that vegan mobs storming restaurants and brandishing "meat is murder" placards to customers usually  avoid being charged by the police, while  raw-meat-eaters would get casually fined or jailed. It is a pity that veganism is so often associated with hard-left ideas - yet, actually,  some are far-right, for example. Conservatives seem to be in the pro-meat  category:-

It's all about numbers in protests. The number of protesters and the amount of disruption they can cause, such as ruining regular flights for hours etc. is key.


The UK police force  has been like a secret police force ever since the biased, corrupt Macpherson report. It is notoriously well known that the police do not bother to crack down on most crimes such as burglary unless someone rich or famous is burgled), and that they only go after so-called hate-crimes(ie anybody who practises free speech hated by the hard-left). I  got burgled once and got no response from the police, other than a woman who came to write a small report but who admitted the police would do nothing other than that. Anyway, sadly, vegans/vegetarians are now viewed as being mainly Hard-Left Loonies so mostly get protected by the UK police whenever they attack shops or restaurants selling raw or cooked meat. One of the things that Max Stirner made clear was to never allow anybody to have control over you. I would so much rather divert some of my tax to pay for an effective neighbourhood watch with full police powers, but that is a privilege only granted to the very rich, over here. The UK police has been involved in so many illegal acts, it is impossible to list them all here. For example, the UK police-force was forced by an evil woman in charge of the UK court system to deliberately hide evidence that would have exonerated many innocent men  falsely accused by women to be rapists. This was because of the odious claim by feminists that false accusations of rape were just 2% or less, whereas more solid data, involving lie-detector tests etc., were carried out by Kanin and others, suggesting a statistic of 50% or more.

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