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General Discussion / Re: High quality raw animal fat flavor
« on: March 04, 2019, 11:14:51 am »
I have no idea how to describe taste. All I can state is that I can tell the difference easily between intensively-farmed raw white fat and white fat from largely-grassfed raw meats. The former is , how shall I put it, intensely clogged, while the latter  has a much softer texture overall.

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General Discussion / Re: Raw food beauty secrets
« on: March 04, 2019, 09:47:09 am »
What is "raw chocolate", exactly?
Does she means raw chocolate bar? Is that even possible?
Hmm , I presume she means "raw cacao powder"?

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Welcoming Committee / Re: Journey back to health
« on: March 03, 2019, 11:46:26 pm »
Bear in mind one aspect of being going rawpalaeo:- there is the matter of detox. Most people new to RPD diets have accumulated decades of heat-derived toxins from cooked foods so need to detox, thus feeling a bit groggy etc. for some days or weeks.  I for example went through an initial 2-3 day detox after going rawpalaeo properly, having green diarrhea every 30 minutes or thereabouts. I had further detoxes wherein I had flu-like symptoms(fatigue and a hot forehead) every 2 to 4 months, all gradually reducing in terms of severity, duration and frequency until they more or less stopped after 2-3 years. I still have detox symptoms, obviously,  if I go in for non-rpd foods, but this acts more like the equivalent of a hangover. Anyway,  it is often recommended to do a water-fast in advance, so that the initial detox episode is reduced when transitioning to raw.

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Off Topic / UK Animal Rights
« on: March 03, 2019, 02:46:45 am »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6764041/Up-200-animal-rights-activists-storm-pig-farm-stage-sit-protest-against-factory-farming.html

I wholly agree with animal rights, not only due to preserving animal-rights, but also due to retaining  high-level  human-health and avoiding human extinction, but the above is suicidal, in the long run.

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Off Topic / Re: EU rules halal meat cannot be labelled "organic"
« on: March 02, 2019, 12:56:36 am »
Some Muslims are willing to stun electrically, not all of them. I grant that electrical stunning is a modern notion, and therefore not essential, but I disagree re removing the blood. In the UK, I used to buy raw wild hares, all vacuum-packed, with at least 1 litre of raw blood in them, not counting the vast amounts of blood already present in the raw meat.

Anyway, Tony Robbins, an almost-vegan, used to say that the primary taste of meat was due to the blood in it.

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Off Topic / Re: EU rules halal meat cannot be labelled "organic"
« on: March 01, 2019, 02:26:33 pm »
I'm not sure what this is about... What exactly is halal meat? Like kosher meat for muslims? How is it worse than regular meat? And what happened with the forcing of buying this meat? How did that happen?
Due to stupidity/profit,  many corporations in the EU made sure to provide only halal meat to government schools or football stadiums or supermarkets. The idea was to avoid offending Muslims, but by doing so they offended everybody else. David Cameron prevented the meats being labelled "halal" as he knew that would mean most people would avoid buying such meats.Oh, and halal meat, like kosher meat, is meat that is from an animal killed without being electrically stunned beforehand. Halal/Kosher meat also has the blood in it removed, which, imo, adds to the taste. Kosher meat is different from halal, in that the rear half of the carcass is  generally avoided, due to the rear producing stools.

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General Discussion / Re: How much calcium do you really need
« on: February 28, 2019, 06:14:26 am »
Try some raw walnut nuts or raw brazil nuts.

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Off Topic / EU rules halal meat cannot be labelled "organic"
« on: February 27, 2019, 06:38:28 am »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6747177/Halal-meat-labelled-organic-fails-observe-highest-welfare-standards.html

While the above may seem rather uninteresting to RPDers, this is rather important. One of the problems with our food-supply is that many European governments and organisations have forced people to buy halal meats whether they liked it or not, such as in  football stadiums and schools. There was an attempt in the UK to force halal meats to be labelled as such  but David Cameron, a nasty piece of work, prevented this from happening. At least now, if we come across organic-labelled meat in Europe, we can be sure it is not halal.

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Health / Re: Solving Dermatitis
« on: February 26, 2019, 11:40:38 am »
It could well be detox. "Dermatitis"? That means rashes, inflammation of the skin. I had that in full in my pre-RPD days, so much so, that a  round vaccination scar on my left shoulder that I had gotten at the age of 6 forced me, in my 20s, to avoid sleeping on my left side, among other things. All I can state is that it took some 4 months for it to disappear after I cut out all raw dairy from my RVAF diet.

Detox , of course, is not always the reason. Other RVAFers can get allergies/food-sensitivities to other raw foods, such as raw eggs. Perhaps try eating raw meats with a higher fat-content? Or just vary your diet, perhaps include raw seafood and just change completely what you are eating right now? if you are very deficient in bacteria, then the obvious solution would be to eat lots of "high-meat", of course.

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Off Topic / The other side of the vaccination issue
« on: February 25, 2019, 07:25:32 pm »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6742325/Unvaccinated-French-boy-five-reintroduces-measles-Costa-Rica.html

There have also been a number of reports online about how scarlet fever and other diseases have been reintroduced into the UK after  previously being wiped out. I do generally disagree with vaccinations, having had 1 or 2 past bad experiences with them, but most seem to do fine on them.



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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Starting off raw meat
« on: February 24, 2019, 02:59:13 pm »
I love raw organ-meats, especially raw tongue. Raw organ-meats have a much higher nutrient-content and much higher taste compared to other foods, with the exception of raw wild game and  aged meats, which are even higher in taste. The trouble is that most of us have decades of past consumption of comparatively tasteless cooked and processed foods, so it takes time to get used to and start enjoying raw organs etc. for beginners. That is why cooked-foodists need to add condiments to their bland processed foods. I suggest you try a wide variety of raw organs in order to see if some are easier to get used to and enjoy. You could also try raw seafood for a different texture. Also, make sure to eat high quality raw organs(ie from wild game or 100% grassfed-raised animals).

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