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Hot Topics / Re: Halal Grass-fed meat source in/near New Jersey?
« on: January 18, 2022, 11:11:11 pm »
I am in Germany, and the quality of Halal Beef in Germany is very bad. Same is about the chicken. The quality of mutton is little better.

The best bet is to buy a goat/sheep yourself from the farmer and slaughter it yourself. There are good videos about it (even from the members of this forum too) which helped me in this regard. It is not difficult.

But you are  a female and it would be difficult for you to do it. May be your future husband could help you.

Otherwise, go to the big stores and try to find out the frozen lamb from New Zealand. They are often labelled as Halal too.

A small Advice: Please be careful that it would be difficult to eat any raw meat in a Muslim family, while Quran declared the blood Haram.

I am an ex-Muslim and I started eating raw meat after leaving Islam. But still the best bet is to slaughter a lamb at my own, or to buy the wild hunted animal from the hunters.

General Discussion / Re: Raw meat leaders
« on: June 01, 2021, 04:49:13 pm »
even after the most revered elders have moved away.

I wonder why these elders have moved away?

I wonder why younger generation is not moving towards raw paleo life style?

General Discussion / Re: Video about raw egg consumption in Japan
« on: June 01, 2021, 04:38:52 pm »
Thanks a lot.
Very informative.

General Discussion / Could wet dried meat be later dry aged in the fridge?
« on: November 24, 2020, 01:06:40 am »
I have got wet dried meat in the plastic bags (about 8 kg).

Now my question is if it could be put in the fridge and dry aged there for the next 3 weeks?

General Discussion / Re: RPD Facebook Group
« on: September 07, 2020, 06:13:25 pm »
It is not sad.  This forum has wealth of information like no other and it is fulfilling its purpose.  Every topic that I can think of has been discussed apart of individual health issues and few other non-significant odds and ends.  I see no need for the book.  Everyone one of us is eating raw paleo differently and obtaining and preparing it differently.  This forum has fundamental knowledge and whoever is interested can use it to his own specific needs as needed.

I feel that forum is for little advanced users.

And then there are old fashioned people who still prefer books, instead of searching things on the net.

There is no harm in having such book too.

General Discussion / Re: RPD Facebook Group
« on: August 18, 2020, 06:19:12 pm »
not pure RPD but how about:
The Carnivore Code

a review by Dr Mercola

Thanks. It is helpful.

There are very valuable and direct information about RPD present in this forum, and it demands it's own book. I don't see any compromise is possible here.

i'm not a fb person but i get sent there on occasion and i don't understand what is so attractive about the site's formatting/interface that anyone would abandon a site like this.

FB is whole world at one place.
family, friends, entertainment, health, politics, etc etc
This makes the whole difference and has caused death to many discussion forums in the past.

General Discussion / Re: No grassfed beef at where I live
« on: August 18, 2020, 06:29:33 am »
So I just started the raw paleo last week. The only meat without gmo, hormones, etc. I could find was chicken so that's what I started with. Sadly, all other meats are of conventional animal farming and I feel kind of limited. I live in Croatia and grassfed doesn't seem to even be a thing here, people just aren't thinking about it. Should I avoid all beef since it isn't grassfed?

I get wild meat much cheaper than beef and also much easier option to find wild meat than grass fed meat. It is of better quality than any grass fed meat, but initially it is difficult to manage as it is gamy.

Then there are some races like highland cattle, Angus etc. who are not fed with grains, and thus they are mostly 100% grass fed. Try to find out the farms who sell angus/highland cattle.

There are also chances to get 100% grass fed sheep. There are some farmers who don't feed their sheep with grains.

Lastly, you have the option to buy the wild caught fish too.

General Discussion / Re: RPD Facebook Group
« on: August 18, 2020, 06:22:23 am »
Hello boys and girls,

Ya'll don't know me but I've been RPD for quite a while now. I've started an RPD facebook group called the "Raw Paleo Diet Community" and you are warmly invited. Link is

This group is about connecting people who follow the Raw Paleo Diet. It's for
- friendship and dating
- exchanging recipes
- diet advice and recommendations
- book references

Join here

Thanks a lot.
It is so sad to see this forum has become dead.
It seems more people are not coming towards raw paleo diet.

One of the main reason seems to be this that there is no BOOK available on raw paleo diet. And no Doctor/Guru is working with people on this diet directly.

A lot of information is scattered in this forum about raw paleo diet, but it is needed to be compiled in a book form.

Once, members started a project here to compile such book, but later no one took any interest.

Facebook group is a good move. Thanks a lot.

General Discussion / Re: Fasting
« on: July 12, 2020, 12:37:22 am »

P.s. If any of you disagree with using distilled water,that's fine.But don't bother trying to dissuade me from using it,as I've heard every side of the argument many times already.Thanks.

Do you think that reverse osmosis water is also as good as the distilled water?

General Discussion / Re: Fasting
« on: July 12, 2020, 12:35:54 am »
Completely unrelated to fasting, but glanced at the section on new posts and was stunned to see that there have only been 4 new posts on this whole site in the last 10 days. Looks like interest has tapered off a bit.

It is so sad.
Actually, Gurus here should open a Facebook Group and  Youtube Channel too (with name of

Our world needs introduction to raw meat diet (or at least some part of their diet should be raw meat/organs), and I don't know how many other Gurus are there whose first preference is to introduce the raw paleo diet.

General Discussion / Re: Iron overload on raw meat diet
« on: June 19, 2020, 05:38:58 am »

Firstly I would highly recommend watching if you want to know the different kinds of EMF and how to measure them, save it too, many things are being taken down from yt lately. Yeah, I spent a lot of time researching shungite as well. There is some very interesting stuff concerning this material. Moving into the sphere of energies and understanding them can be very fascinating and helpful at the same time. I have a faraday net over my router, and it does work, although when measuring the frequencies that are still being emitted it´s still too high. But it might work as a sleeping canopy, since you are not emitting the signal yourself. Unless you have strong electric fields and the like under or close to your bed. In that case I would add additional things, not only shungite. There are certain devices that seems to be able to create protecting fields. is a good place to learn more. And again, suck up as much info as you can. Certain groups have been taken down by fb already. Also, magnesium seems to be protective against EMF, and so is Ascoric Acid, so Vitamin C. Maybe that´s why I was craving chocolate so much..who knows.

I have downloaded the video and learnt a lot. Also joined the Facebook group and have to read a lot.
Thanks a lot.

After watching video, I have changed my sleeping place and went to that corner of the flat, where I could completely cut out the electricity and there is almost no WIFI signal there (luckily). Hope to have better sleep here. I will update shortly about my sleep here.

General Discussion / Re: Iron overload on raw meat diet
« on: June 16, 2020, 10:06:55 pm »

Second most important I believe is fix the EMF. Get a good EMF meter. I found this video helpful,  go through your place and spot the issues. Sometimes people sleep shit for years until the realize that there are EMF sources above and below them. I think EMF causes an aggrevation and possible die off from candida, so fixing that is priority before you only focus on diet. EMF can also fuck up your thyroid, which is immensely important. Then you need things to protect against it. I´m currently experimenting here, but after doing some digging and self experimentation I realized that shungite is great. Even for enhancing plant growth it can be used. I got a pendant and since using it my mood went from lethal while being in the kitchen to far better. The aggression that candida can cause is incredible, especially in combination with EMF. A tensor ring could work too, so does the qui-pendant. Still experimenting though.

Fascinating information about EMF. I have already bought Shungite pendant with 98% Carbon (12 gm stone). It took me hours to read and then to buy it, but I am happy I completed this task while I have very disturbed sleep and illnesses despite taking almost 75% raw food.

What do you think about Faraday Cage sleeping canopy as protection against EMF?

General Discussion / Re: Iron overload on raw meat diet
« on: June 15, 2020, 06:42:30 am »

I was looking for an alternative fat option aside of animal fats, because I stopped consuming raw dairy which caused way too many issues. I found my substitute in raw coconut cream and fatty dark chocolate in small amounts. I experienced that animal fats, avocados, olives and nuts sometimes won´t cut it, I think the reason for that is that coconut fat does not need HCI to be digested, so if you have issues with HCI production, for whatever reason (candida, h.pylori...), coconut fat can be your saviour.

I believe I have big issue with Candida, but didn't know that it effects the HCI. But for sure animal fat/olive never helped me.
I do get diarrhoea from coconut oil, but it breaks the constipation for me and I found out that it coconut oil works better for me than animal fat/Olive oil.

Dark Chocolate is an important tip too.

What could be else done against the Candida and about the HCI production?

General Discussion / Re: Iron overload on raw meat diet
« on: June 15, 2020, 12:34:32 am »
He does not consume coconut oil. And coconut oil is almost never raw, even if store bought, unless you make it yourself. He eats low temp ground coconut butter, because he uses it as his main source of carbs. It´s the only carb food he eats, at least until recently. I tried all methods for consuming coconut..

- just the juice, way too sugary

- the whole piece, very hard to digest due to the fibre, allthough I love eating it

- raw flour from the juiced coconut which is extremely agitating as it´s pure fibre, the worst

- flour you can buy at the store, which had the highest carb content and is ultra processed

- homemade coconut butter with my raw coconut, first I cut it in pieces, put for a couple of seconds in the blender, then leave it on a tray out in the sun for a day, then put it in the blender (not food processor) until it becomes butter, which takes quite a while. I measured the temperature due to the high rotation speed, and it was still considered raw. That contains everything, the fat, the oil but also the fibre, which I found problematic if you have an irritated gut lining.

- homemade coconut butter with store bought shredded coconut, problem here the shreds were processed and heated, but you can make butter out of that quite easily if you put it in a blender.

- raw coconut cream AV style (homemade with slow juicer), incredible taste, not too sugary, contains the raw oil plus the fat, little to no fibre (if you juiced a sun exposed coconut that was out in the sun for a couple of hours).

- store bought coconut cream, processed and too sugary

- coconut milk (UHT) that sometimes becomes a solid piece if the temperature is right. I find that the second best although its heated and processed. Some brands are more buttery then others but if you get a good one its a solid piece of fat, that melts amazingly in warm drinks (its heated already anyway), great against constipation.

The only thing on coconut I didn´t try and won´t bother making is coconut milk and the oil itself. So if you don´t mind the sugary taste, higher carb count and fibre go for homemade or store bought raw coconut butter, if you prefer a less sweeter taste go for raw juiced coconut cream, if you just want the fat, although heated, you can try the solidified coconut milk, and that I only found in cans. shake it and if you don´t hear any liquid it solidified.´s UHT, in a bpa

Thanks a lot for the detailed reply.

How much of coconut cream/milk do you consume and if you consume on daily bases? Do you ever get diarrhoea from it?

General Discussion / Re: Iron overload on raw meat diet
« on: June 08, 2020, 01:43:49 am »
as fat coconut oil and olive oil and eggyolks, some nuts.

May I ask you how much coconut oil do you consume per day?

When I consume coconut oil, it starts giving me diarrhoea.

Are you taking no animal fat anymore?


I remember, you also told us that you also use coconut oil (or crushed coconut). And you wrote that you consider consuming coconut an important step in your diet. May I ask you to please explain us why coconut oil is important? Thanks.

General Discussion / Re: Convert Freezer to Meat Locker Like Derek
« on: March 07, 2020, 01:17:56 pm »
Nargie's Mongolian Cuisine: SHEEP HEAD (Genghis Khan's Favorite Dish)

Total cook time was 1 hour and 20 minutes. Unbelievable.
I once tried to make it, and it took more than 1 hour and 30 minutes in pressure cooker to get sheep head soft.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Raw meat doku
« on: February 13, 2020, 12:53:54 am »
Try this link, Galileo blocked the video because thy put up the original version :)

There was over 4000 comments and most of them were bashing me(I do not care-in fact it made me laugh so hard many were so comical lol) but some were kind and real, with questions. I answered them and there was some meaningful conversion emerging, but today Galileo have blocked the comment section? Very weird. I do not understand why.
I tried to explain the truth about my diet and their questions for the people that were genuinely interested. Maybe they did not like that? Or they was afraid all the bashing would hurt me?


All videos from you are beautiful and there is lot to learn from them and to get inspired. I wish you make tons of more videos. All things about your life style are interesting. Your house, your sleeping system, your shopping system, your eating system .... all is interesting.

I am really upset that they blocked the comments. It is sad that even in the most civilised society of the world, still people are not ready to give basic human rights to the others.


Do you believe that raw paleo diet expanding in the world?

I don't see many new members joining this forum any more.

And good luck with your Book. I have been waiting eagerly for it now since ages. Could you give us some hints about it, otherwise in my wild imagination i see a fat encyclopedia with thousands of pages which took ages to come to the market .


Here is the Pro7 Video of Derek in German:

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Raw meat doku
« on: February 12, 2020, 11:58:29 pm »


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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Raw meat doku
« on: February 12, 2020, 11:56:28 pm »

Welcome back Inger.

Hopefully you stay longer here, as you were really missed.

Actually, almost all Gurus are posting less and less here, which makes me sad. You people are inspiration for us, and we need you all little bit active here when possible.

Now I have to watch your Video. Tchüß.

General Discussion / Re: your strongest health side
« on: October 05, 2019, 09:34:15 am »
@thehadezb. I would recommend eating organic cranberries and blackcurrant. Plus nuts such as walnuts. Cranberries have many benefits, super low ph, very low sugar, high in iodine (for thyroid), help against parasites and much more. Walnuts are the most acidic nuts that I know of. If you don´t break down your food constipation can occcur easily, especially if you eat foods that are acidic and alkaline together since that messes up stomach acid, which is an issue if you have weak one. Or if you don´t produce enough bile (to break down your fats), which acts as a lubricant.

Blackcurrant or Yellow Bell pepper have a high Vitamin C count. There are others which are even higher. Liver is good too. Vitamin C can increase intestinal motility and increases WBC, which kills pathogens and parasites that can cause constipation. It is super important for immunity. You can also try Vitamin C liposomal instead of eating carbs. Sometimes eating more fat is not the answer. You need to look at other factors too. I solved my year long constipation issues by adding acidic nuts, berries, stopped dairy due to estrogen which inhibits proper function of gallbladder (for bile) and now again, anti-parasitic foods such as onion, pumpkin oil and pumpkin, cayenne pepper, ACV, oregano oil, but also black tea helps. There are so many things against parasites. Basically going low carb/keto and anti parasitic foods was key, adding fats did not matter that much. And I eat cooked foods btw. I also drink lots of distilled water, helps a lot against constipation. Almost solved my year long health problems. Energy finally went up. But one thing I learned through these years, eliminating pathogens/parasites/candida or fungal overgrowth is the key for good health. Parasites are not necessarily a bad thing, since some of them consume waste matter, but there are the ones that can make your health go downhill fast and it´s hard to recover from them once they got out of hand and keep on reproducing.

I see the image of my disease in your suggestions.
I have been suffering from gout problem, and thus my raw paleo has very little meat, and almost no organs. It consists of mainly vegetables.
It seems that I have severe constipation and I have got hanging belly due to the old stuff in my stomach.
I think I have a deficiency of Vitamin C. I cannot consume lemon or vinegar or soy sauce or vitamin C in any form while then I get a lot of pain in my lower back.  Pain is so severe that I had to stay in bed for days. That's why stopped consuming Vitamin C for the last many years, which probably finally resulted in gout problem.

I want to know more about your anti pathogens/parasites/candida diet. Do you have any more suggestions/information about it?

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.

More extreme these vegans go (i.e. also no dairy) more support will they loose among the masses.

Even in India, despite the huge religion following, still there is only a tiny portion of vegans who avoid dairy products. 

Masses are actually attracted to the half vegans who use the dairy. They are ready for only so much compromise where dairy takes the place of meat.

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.

Actually, it should not only be the concern of raw meat eaters, but the Meat Industry should fight against the vegans on a legal front, along with the cooked meat eaters.

Anyhow, I think that Meat Industry does not have such strong arguments against the Vegans and therefore meat industry would not be able to convince the masses against the vegans.

Only Raw Meat Eaters have more convincing arguments than the vegans. Thus only raw meat eaters could win the legal battle or mass convincing battle against vegans.

Moreover, I doubt that Sverige fought this case properly. He was absent from the court personally.

The only heavy argument from vegans was this that child was shocked to see people eating squirrel.

Counter argument is:

* Children also get shocked when one animal attacks another and kill it.
Therefore, children could not be banned from watching one animal killing the other, but children are taught to understand the nature in order to come out of this shock.

* Children also get shocked when they see any deer (or any animal) is shot by the hunter. Then should we also ban hunting?

* Children also get shocked when they see animals are slaughtered in the slaughter houses. So, should we also ban all the slaughter houses while they could shock the children?
No, but children are taught that many people consider meat as natural diet for humans and thus they have the RIGHT to slaughter animals for their consumption.

In the same way, if any child shocked to see people eating raw meat on the street, then children should be taught that it is their food and they have the right to eat it while they consider it natural diet for them.

Western Vegans VS Indian Vegans:

It seems that most of the western vegans are only against getting beefs from the cows. But they have no problem in getting MILK from them.

It is same with the Indian vegans.

It results in millions of stray cows on the streets of India, which are old enough to not give milk, but could also not be slaughtered due to the religion.

In West too, if old milk cows are not slaughtered, then there will be millions of old cows and no one would want to feed them as they would be useless.

But if vegans are ok with the slaughter of old milk cows, then they should also have no problem with the slaughter of cows for beef.


The direct approach that he tried doesn't always work, as this proves.  Rocks are worn down by water.  Be like water.  You have to approach things indirectly, deviously.

OK. I agree with you. My personal approach would also be to avoid the direct confrontation and be like water.

I think that our own raw meat markets, and inviting people to visit us for different raw meat dishes from all over the world could be a very successful idea.

Nevertheless, what happened in the UK court, that is bad for the freedom. It will make vegans extra hostile and aggressive against any raw meat eater.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Amorites ate raw meat
« on: July 24, 2019, 01:06:14 am »
"The MAR.TU who know no grain.... The MAR.TU who know no house nor town, the boors of the mountains.... The MAR.TU who digs up truffles... who does not bend his knees (to cultivate the land), who eats raw meat, who has no house during his lifetime, who is not buried after death[.]"

Any proof?

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