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Primal Diet / Re: Raw cheese recipes from raw milk?
« on: August 27, 2015, 12:10:00 am »
i have tried the next:

making cheese with natural bacteria of milk.

then straining and pressing that cheese.

then eat a piece of that cheese, and chew and ensalivate it totally, until is totally disolved.

then spit that mix of saliva and cheese on another batch of milk.

repeat with 2 or 3 pieces of cheese.

make cheese again with new batch of milk+cheese+saliva

and the result is magnific, i'm getting a really soft and creamy cheese, like "queso cremoso" in argentina.

i recomend you to try it!

Hot Topics / Re: Parasites really are severely underestimated.
« on: August 15, 2015, 10:00:03 pm »
i had been eating raw pork, even with maggots (the ones from argentina, like the ones you ate maybe dario?) and i dont remember to feeling bad after that.

General Discussion / Re: blended vegetables digestion.
« on: August 11, 2015, 10:40:24 am »
ok, "profesor" actup90

do you have always answer to everything? why dont you help to ask?

i don't know why you "answer" some of my questions. cause this, is not an answer : (It's not liquefied, have you ever seen cow dung? It mostly clumped up grass. Their digestive process is terribly inefficient compared to ours.)

i asked, IF it is liquified, would the microbes need as much space, and time and etc etc? if you are just bored, dont answer, i'm not looking for answers, looking for help to research.

would the microbes need so much time and chewing (and stomachs), if the grass would be liquified?

"No, because it's still cellulose. Cellulose is a molecule, blenders doesn't separate things on the molecular level."

cows bacteria digest celulose, maybe our bacteria can, too. what is suposed to looks like, in my shit, the "undigested celulose" ?
i was asking if the microbes can use the celulose.

General Discussion / Re: blended vegetables digestion.
« on: August 11, 2015, 10:15:49 am »
would the microbes need so much time and chewing (and stomachs), if the grass would be liquified?

can the microbes from our gut, use and assimilate really fine textured celulose? (like the one from blending it for 30 seconds - 1 minute)

General Discussion / Re: blended vegetables digestion.
« on: August 11, 2015, 09:56:45 am »
so, talking about ruminant celulose digestion =)

they put grass on their mouth, chew, swallow, then microbes start eating, then chew agains, etc etc

would the microbes need so much time and chewing (and stomachs), if the grass would be liquified?

General Discussion / Re: blended vegetables digestion.
« on: August 11, 2015, 09:47:35 am »
cool, thanks!

i am researching cellullose human digestion, not ruminant one.

so, I will juice some vegetables, will dry the pulp, and then burn it. if there is no minerals, there will be almost no ash.

if there is ash left, i will return here to make more questions ^^

Off Topic / Re: young dude
« on: August 11, 2015, 09:43:50 am »
thanks! feeling identified with that OP and your personal experience.

you are healing yourself, keep it up! the spiral never endS!

General Discussion / Re: blended vegetables digestion.
« on: August 11, 2015, 08:59:29 am »
i have already read books of AV, and you seem to be repeating what he said.

i'm not sure that in all that pulp, there is "nothing" , cause i'm seeing it.

and i'm not concerned because i'm running out of proteins or something, is just i want to research. and experiment. why you bother why i bother?

i want to "know" how are the digestion process. mainly vegetable ones ,cause i have a garden, small one, i can't raise animals, but i can raise "nutrient-dense" vegetables, and take the most of them.

so, i need to know if i'm actually absorbing the nutrients that are suposed to be in that vegetables, or if i'm just wasting time and effort.

is it better to chew individually, or to blend and drink?

are you interested in discussin this topic?

"The juice contains everything that's absorbable from plants and more."

can you explain further? juice has even more than the full plant? how do you came to that conslusion?

General Discussion / Re: blended vegetables digestion.
« on: August 11, 2015, 08:00:49 am »
is cellulose food for gut microbes? (it is not like RS?)

are there minerals/vitamins/nutrients, attached to the cellulose that need to be broken to be released and absorbed?

if you liquify cellulose containing foods, is that celulose being decomposed into glucose? and being absorbed?

what is the difference in the digestion of plant protein and animal protein?

i have heard that vegetables digestion is alkaline, i dont know if that is true.
and i have heard that animal digestion is acid, i dont know if that is true also.

but if they are so diferent, so must be the protein digestion.

General Discussion / blended vegetables digestion.
« on: August 11, 2015, 06:47:17 am »
hi! i'm looking for some info on vegetables digestion.

i'm starting to eat vegetables again and i'm blending them (mix of different vegetables, like carrot, tomato, yellow pepper, cabbage, lettucce.)

why is blending suposed to improve digestion of "undigestible" things like lettuce for example? any toughts, scientific research, anything that i can look into?

is the "undigestible" matter, carb? protein? what is it?

for example, if i eat lettucce, i will shit it as it entered (if i not chewed well, it will come in pieces)

am i absorbing anything from it?

what are the differences between juicing and blending?

if i juice and strain, where is the protein? in the juice or in the pulp? and the minerals? i have read that minerals are "attached" to protein mostly (in the same molecule).

no dryiness. really the opposite. the more time, the better and wetter it is.
not much friction, dont need to move too much to feel good ^^

try it.. really difficult to give up such a pleasure like an ejaculatory orgasm. until you realize the other benefits of it, then you dont want to ejaculate anymore.

this is one of this things that can be probed by anyone willing to try it.

exactly that, i didn't know it was so great... i was always aiming for ejaculation when having sex.

i had access to this information thanks to dr Stanley Bass  ( and taoism books (mantak chia is one of the autors i have read many years ago)

i had been having sex for 2-3 hours straight every two days (sometimes 2 times in same day..) highest pleasure, not feeling tired, really energy increasing!

i just can recommend it. Karezza, Tantra, Taoism, Male Continence, Zugassent's  Discovery, Coitus Reservatus.

you have to not ejaculate, and keep having sex. taking all the time necesary to relax, and go again. it will slowly take you. cheers!

personally, semen retention (not ejaculation) is making us (me and she) very happy, i dont know how it works, or what are the "causes" of it.

i totally recomend it for anyone , to try.

it has been 1 month without ejaculations and we are having the best sex ever had in my life! (and i feel more "in love" than ever, too )

also feel more satisfied in all aspects, with food for exampe, now its really easy to stop when i had enough.

i'm 27 years old. anyone has experimented this? someone call it karezza, others tao sex, or tantra, i dont know too much of it.


ups missinformation :P

Off Topic / Re: New rawpalaeo blog/shop etc. found while googling
« on: June 12, 2015, 09:02:13 am »
so much products!

Health / Re: How much raw protein is required to heal?
« on: June 12, 2015, 07:28:20 am »
for me, the more carbs I eat, the more cravings I will have next days.

cutting totally can be the easiest way to get rid of carbs cravings.

the more I play with the "craving thoughts" , the easiest for the cravings to succeed..
the more I "negate" this thoughts, the quicker the cravings will be gone.

hope you feel well!

General Discussion / Re: questions on breeding!
« on: June 05, 2015, 06:47:13 am »
hi eveheart!!

i have already thought that, but the fact is, that here is middle autumn! and for spring there is still a lot of time. i was wondering if i had a chance to make something useful of the backyard (not vegetables) during cold times.

it has been really dificult to get a sheep, even lambs. i have already visited 6 farmers, and all they told me i have to wait at least 2 months for a lamb =(

i'm out of season to do this X)

you think 6 lambs can supply meat needs of 1 man? thats not too much, maybe i can have that in my garden if I supply with some fresh food.

what recomendations can you give me, regarding lamb and sheep feeding? how can i complement their feed, without damaging their health?

Off Topic / Re: Jerky question
« on: June 05, 2015, 06:29:38 am »
i live in an 8000 inhabitants town, a "small" town, here its impossible to get good meat on the market, you have to go to the farmers, and even little farmers give meals of grains to their animals. (if they don't, they say, "the animals just take too much time to fatten") and they "need" double time to get an animal to the "selling weight"

it had been very difficult for me to get ANYTHING grass-fed.

it looks like the best solution is to start raising =) 

the difficult part will be to get some piece of land, with a paper that says that belongs to me :P 

General Discussion / questions on breeding!
« on: June 04, 2015, 05:39:51 am »
hi! i have decided to buy an animal, i dont know if it will be a pig, or a sheep.

my only question here is, suppose i get an animal that had been eating mixed diet of grain and grass, and , in the case of the pig, all the leftovers from kitchen and ANYTHING, you know.

if I put that animal in my backyard, how many months must i wait to be sure that this animal has recovered any damage done to his body cause of bad eating? if he is feeding only from the wild grass on my land.

i think there is enough grass for a sheep for 4 months, maybe 3. now is winter coming, so there will be no more until spring.

Off Topic / Re: Jerky question
« on: June 04, 2015, 05:08:49 am »
now that you say, i realize that i have got very few times fats that were tasty (and that times, i fed almost exclusively on that fats, they were pig fat one time and beef fat many times).

maybe fat taste is a good way to have a better knowledge of health of the animal. i think summertime fats were tastier than autumn ones.. cause right now there is like 2 months that i dont taste a good fat.

on topic:
i think if you eat the jerky SLOWLY, and rehidrating it with your saliva completely, you maybe will need 20% more meat (before it dries) than fresh one (for example if you use to eat 5 pounds of meat, you will need aprox 1,2 pound of jerky), . i think that if you eat it in a hurry without being able to rehydrate slowly, you will need even more.
just random tgoughts.

i will try to do some jerky too i had been eating a lot of dry aged meats, and the better part is always the outer, that dry purple tasty skin :P

Suggestion Box / Re: Marketplace
« on: June 04, 2015, 04:57:11 am »
agree! it would be really good to know lists and so of products and things that can be get internationaly, in any place. and that forum members can give their thumbs up on it.

for example on a subject lik coconut oil, honeys, ACV, etc.

Off Topic / Re: Jerky question
« on: June 04, 2015, 04:22:31 am »
i think dariorpl its not getting 100% grainfed feedlot meat. it must be grain finished, like almost all meats here in argentina.

i don't know if all the studies done to "grain fed animals in the USA" can be applied to "grain finished animals in ARG", I think they must be really diferent quality of meats.

I'm actually doing pretty well too eating for 8 months of the same beef as dario, and i'm feeling better than in all my life..

it even tastes delicious, not foul as you describe.

if it is not THE BEST, it is sure best than standard, and best than raw vegan, and best than vegetarian..

General Discussion / Re: Raw Paleo Honey / Honeycomb / Grubcomb
« on: May 29, 2015, 09:24:48 pm »
paleophil, do you know how they do the fermentation? have you already explained it in other tread?? have you tried to make it?

after reading your post i want to try and see the difference, i'm eating honey actually.

is that fermentation in wich you raise the water content on the honey just a little bit? lets say maybe 20%? and then just sit in the darkness?

Primal Diet / Re: Raw Unheated Honey
« on: May 26, 2015, 07:41:25 am »
i have found this note on a study about enzyme pills:

"Swallow amylase/lipase/protease delayed-release capsules whole with enough liquid to swallow it completely. Do not break, crush, chew, or hold amylase/lipase/protease delayed-release capsules in your mouth before swallowing. Doing so may increase the risk of mouth or tongue irritation from amylase/lipase/protease delayed-release capsules. Follow with a glass of water or juice. Contact your doctor if you experience mouth or tongue irritation while taking amylase/lipase/protease delayed-release capsules."

what do you think, a tribe called paleo?

i think you are right with your assertion on tongue burn being due to enzyme.

it can be a good experiment to have some raw honey, and then, heat a teaspoon, and see if it still burns the tongue or mouth. i don't know if 100% of enzymes are destroyed by heat, but, they suposedly do when lightly heated.
same with fruits high in enzymes like pinneaple, mango, papaya (do you know any else?)

there is a short book called "How to Live 100 Years", or "Discourses on the Sober Life"

It helped me understand many things, hope you give it a try =)

it's the story of a man that was really sick at age 30, and went to the doctors and they said he had to change his diet inmediatly or he will die.
He wrote the book at age 90 aprox.

Do you swallow the tissue that is left when you chew and chew and chew the meat?

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