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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Calculations
« on: May 11, 2015, 10:23:33 pm »
    Thanks everyone, your desire to share wisdom is touching. I went to a farm yesterday and the lady was selling lambs for 200 each. They were only half-pastured and all we often given Ivamectin, a parasite drug. (I just sounded it out) Her price was way high because she thinks the wool quality is superior. But I asked many questions.
    You see, I live in the appalachians with over 50 acres. It's my grandpas and it is almost all forest. I'd love to just buy some sheep and multiply them. However, there are predators around so a damn good fence will be necessary and they need space.

Sabertooth- Thanks for the advice, I watched your videos, you should do a RAW camp! Do the farms you frequent ever use parasite drug or dewormers? Those drugs just make the herd weaker and dependant over time.

General Discussion / self-butcher-ie
« on: May 10, 2015, 10:03:24 am »
I want to kill a lamb and eat it all. Except I am not a butcher. Are there any self butchers on the site? I have hunting friends and I'll get help in the butchering somehow. I am more interested in the storage, the tools, the blood, the energy!

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Calculations
« on: May 10, 2015, 05:05:12 am »
Okay, so I am lucky. I live in pennsylvania and all around are farms. But the grass fed animals are pricey, and the farmers know it. They put meat, organs in small packages and sell them frozen. I have been working my ass off and I am ready to make some purchases to put my body at ease.
What can I do in terms of butchering my own animals. Would just a big fridge do the trick? Maybe there is already the whole process laid out on this forum. Either way, it would be hard for me to obtain fresh brain, marrow, fats, and ofal without just buying a grasss fed lamb or something.
Tyler D- I have the same problem but the last two days I have been eating honey with my suet and it helps.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Calculations
« on: May 09, 2015, 09:57:38 am »
Gosh, 1 to 1 !! Eating a half pound of meat is no problem but a half pound of suet would cause me some runs. Would you put down a half pound of suet in a sitting? Cause that's BA

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Calculations
« on: May 09, 2015, 06:10:32 am »
Twenty year old male with little body fat, 6 ft and 160
Hello, I need expert advice. I have a weaker stomach (although I say it is strong so it gets better). Raw meat has become my haven. My diet is mostly grass fed chuck, short ribs, suet, lamb, liver, and organs, hamburger meat (all frozen). I don't do enough high meat because I cannot for the life of me, find fresh local grassfed beef.  However, I saw the pics for the meat that sits in the fridge and I wanna do that. So, I work a laborious farm job, and my muscles are growing- I like that. SO  when I only have lean meat, I add suet and can tell it is not as effective. I eat a couple pounds of meat a day usually. I want to eat to achieve ketosis.
Say I only have hamburger meat and suet, and I want to consume 3000 calories. What is the right mix. Is the suet far more condensed with calories than I realize and causing me to over eat fat?

P.S. I know my body is the best judge but science and hard learned experience are good too!

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