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Primal Diet / Re: food poisoning from chicken
« on: April 13, 2019, 05:32:53 am »
frozen, sorry for the typing.

Primal Diet / Re: food poisoning from chicken
« on: April 13, 2019, 05:31:55 am »
Everyone is talking about how the chicken was fed, what was fed, but in my opinion, how the chicken was handled is far more important. I ate raw chicken for a while, but I only eat frozen, individually wrapped chicken breast. Never have any problem. It is the process of, the condition of produce, will determine the bacterial level.

No, I never wash raw meat, beef, fish and chicken. I always buy fresh or frozen one, if it "need" be washed, probably it is not good to eat raw.

Hi, There:
I have been eaten raw meat diet for about two years, my usual daily diet is like this: breakfast: 4 raw eggs with milk, some nuts and cereal; lunch: one piece of raw chicken breast, one piece raw fish filet, one slice of bread, some vegetable salad; dinner: raw beef, one slice bread and vegetable salad. I used chew down beef, as well as chicken and fish. Later I switch to eat grounded beef, found it is much easier. Now I still chew down my chicken and fish, but it take a little bit longer time for a lunch. I am considering prepare them as smoothie and drink down my lunch and dinner. My QUESTIONS are : does anybody know how to make raw meat smoothie? What equipment (blender or food processor) I need? Could you recommend a good one? preferably, I want to be able to make smoothie directly from chicken / fish/ beef filet without pre-cut, is it possible? I want the process easy and simple. Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Difficulty eating raw steak
« on: April 06, 2016, 12:35:11 am »
I also felt the toughness of some cuts is an issue, I mostly now only buy New York Strip, it is relatively tender, if there are tough tissue, fatty part, I basically cut them off, or spit them off after chewing.

Seems like most of the steak I get is composed of nothing but inedible cartilage tissue >: what specific cuts of steaks do you buy raw that you find are easy to chew and swallow?


As matter of fact, I believe that cage-free chicken have higher risk of thread worm infection, as for the salmonella infection, the process condition is more important. Of cause, organic raised will reduced the chance of anti-bacteria, hormone and other additives contaminations. 

It is only cage-free.  Well, hopefully I don't get sick from it.  We will see.

I eat raw chicken everyday for more than one year now. I only eat frozen, organic raised chicken breast. The major concern of eating raw chicken is salmonella infection and thread worm. Well processed and frozen chicken reduced the risk. I never have any problem. Chicken is more tender than beef, and delicious. Also I want to balance between the red meat and white meat.

Eating raw chicken...Anyone care to share their experience with eating raw chicken?  Is it safe?

General Discussion / Re: Does anyone eat raw shrimp?
« on: March 15, 2016, 01:16:35 am »
Thanks for all the reply and suggestions. Yes, I will also only eat raw shrimp if they are wild catch, not farm raised. But my original question is more concern of if there is any knowing risk of parasites or bacteria infection? Also, how it tastes?

General Discussion / Re: Whats everybody eating?
« on: March 12, 2016, 12:11:44 am »
I have been eating raw meat for more than a year. Now, my typical diet is like this:
Breakfast: 3 raw eggs plus some egg white and low fat milk, add one small bag of oatmeal, some nuts, one banana.
after work-out, a 8 ounce protein shake and a small cup of low fat yogurt.
Lunch: a small piece of raw fish (from frozen, about 4 ounce) and a piece of raw chicken breast(from frozen, 4~6 ounce), one bowel of raw vegetables, one or two slice bread.
before late afternoon swim, a fruit and another low fat yogurt, and after swim, a protein bar.
Dinner: a piece of raw beef (6~10 ounce), one bowel of raw vegetables, one or two slice bread.
before bed, a cup of low fat milk.
 I adopt the diet very well.

Ok, maybe boring question, but I've been away and people change, and I'm looking for ideas! :D

What are you eating, when, and how many meals?

General Discussion / Does anyone eat raw shrimp?
« on: March 11, 2016, 11:53:04 pm »
If so, what are the pre-cautionary considerations? Is there any risk (no matter how unlikely)? How do you prepare (do you remove the skin and intestines (the black line in the middle)?

General Discussion / Re: Does anyone eat raw chicken legs?
« on: October 29, 2015, 11:07:36 pm »
Even on this paleo diet community, only very small number of persons eat raw chicken, We should be humbly aware our minority status outside, and be proud a little bit inside.  ;D

Story of my raw paleo life :D

General Discussion / Re: Does anyone eat raw chicken legs?
« on: October 29, 2015, 10:59:54 pm »
Raw chicken do have chance, though small, to pass thread worm (or kind of , not exactly sure the name) to human, This worm only affect digest system, normally not cause big problem, can be easily treated by medication. However, certain parasites in pig (not the one your link mentioned) can cause serious problem on human being.

Yes, you are right. Although I'm not aware of any parasites that effectively transfer from chicken to humans. And in any case, I'm not afraid of parasites. Parasites are good, our bodies evolved/were designed to function symbiotically with them. But even if this wasn't the case, and even if there were dangerous parasites in chicken and other meats, I think you give up too much in nutrition by freezing them, to be worth eliminating parasites (and not all parasites are eliminated through freezing)

Regarding parasites, consider this:

General Discussion / Re: Fish
« on: October 29, 2015, 10:49:14 pm »
then, your source is local? otherwise please share with us.

Be warned that I found that one source was much better than others. They label the tuna "sushi grade," which I was skeptical of at first but proved to be the best. Pricey though, unfortunately. A couple of Asian restaurants I've tried also have good tuna and other fish sashimi, but I can't afford restaurant sashimi that often.

General Discussion / Re: Fish
« on: October 29, 2015, 10:45:41 pm »
Thanks for this important information. Especially the former could be "mislabeled" as white tuna, I think probably should avoid mackerel unless you know what  exactly it is.

Just one tip:-  do not buy these 2 fish:-

They can cause anal leakage, something I personally discovered to my shame.

General Discussion / Re: Fish
« on: October 29, 2015, 12:41:43 am »
The world food market have frozen yellowfin, quite cheap, haven't try it yet. Since is your favorite, I should try.

Yellowfin (ahi) tuna is my fave of the limited selection available in my area, then king salmon.

General Discussion / Re: Does anyone eat raw chicken legs?
« on: October 29, 2015, 12:33:49 am »
thanks for the info. I thought frozen chicken may reduce the chance of parasites infection, am I right?

Legs are the best muscle part of the chicken. The skin, cartilage, spongy bone and marrow are also wonderful. But even if you only want the lean muscle, the leg and thigh are by far the best. I only eat chicken breast for health benefits (eating the whole animal is better, as sabertooth says), but I don't enjoy them. They're too bland. The legs and thighs and wings, I could eat all day.

I also don't eat frozen meats.

General Discussion / Re: Does anyone eat raw chicken legs?
« on: October 29, 2015, 12:30:48 am »
I thought the thigh is tougher, leaner, guess I need try. thanks!

They are closer to the bone which is said to increase mineral content of the meat and so the meat is darker and tastier IMO. They are fattier, so not tougher.  I just get what is available, the thighs tend to be cheaper bc everyone wants the leaner breast meat. But the farmer I trust tends to bring more breast meat to the market so that's what I have available.

General Discussion / Re: Fish
« on: October 28, 2015, 12:53:39 am »
Agree, now I mostly eat it and tuna.

Orange roughy is amazing.

General Discussion / Re: Does anyone eat raw chicken legs?
« on: October 28, 2015, 12:50:20 am »
Well, I only eat lean meat, I want build muscle and I do not like the fatty taste. But thanks for the suggestion.

If you buy chicken legs, don't waste anything and eat the bone and marrow with it!

I got inspired by my dog who eats the whole leg when she gets one, and come to think of it it's all benefits:

-calcium and stuff from the crushed bone and marrow

-strengthens your jaw

-less waste (even if I have not managed to eat the denser ends of the bones yet).

General Discussion / Re: Does anyone eat raw chicken legs?
« on: October 28, 2015, 12:48:24 am »
Compare to breast, how the thigh taste? Is it much tougher? Is it flavor stronger? Thanks for reply.

I usually eat the breast too, but sometimes eat the thighs.  The meat is darker.

General Discussion / Re: Does anyone eat raw chicken legs?
« on: October 28, 2015, 12:45:46 am »
This is what I thought: the meat may be tougher. thanks for reply.

I would only eat truly free-range chicken raw. Legs can be pretty tough on a free-range bird, especially roosters and older birds in general.

General Discussion / Re: Fish
« on: October 27, 2015, 03:21:40 am »
mackerel as well.

General Discussion / Re: Fish
« on: October 27, 2015, 03:14:17 am »
tried maha maha as well.

General Discussion / Re: Fish
« on: October 27, 2015, 03:13:23 am »
I tried tuna, salmon, red sniper, grouper, swordfish, orange roughy, flounder, and several I forget name, all from Publix frozen. My favorite? tuna, orange roughy and grouper. I eat a small piece (4 to 6 Oz) every day at lunch with one chicken breast.

General Discussion / Does anyone eat raw chicken legs?
« on: October 27, 2015, 03:00:04 am »
I have been eating chicken breast (frozen) for about 10 months  now, quite like it. I wonder if the chicken leg will be taste as tender as the breast?  Is there anyone eat chicken legs before? How it taste comparing to the chicken breast?

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