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Off Topic / Re: Legaly moving to the USA
« Last post by Eric on June 16, 2021, 09:12:03 pm »
You cannot just get a green card here in the US. Only particular categories of people can get them, and only when they can demonstrate that they will be employed. You cannot come to the US to wwoof and expect to be granted a green card. Wwoofing positions are generally not paid. Read through info on green cards on the US Customs and Immigration Service website: https://www.uscis.gov/green-card
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Off Topic / Re: Legaly moving to the USA
« Last post by political atheist on June 16, 2021, 02:59:10 am »
You could volunteer through these organic Farm programs, and first find the area you would like to settle, before deciding on establishing a more permanent settlement. 

https://wwoof.net/

Thank you. Do these farms use ANY chemicals on their farms?

Does one get green card right away and the right to settle and the right buy property?
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Journals / Aco's journal
« Last post by aco on June 16, 2021, 02:16:17 am »
1. Report: So my first post was on 1. of May but I started eating meat again around March. Fist of all, let me tell you what I eat.

When I realized that meat is the right nutrition I began eating mostly cooked meats(pork) and boiled eggs. Transition form vegan to only meat was a bit hard because I got some ultra strong headaches from eating just meat. So I ate 1 Berliner(very sweet bun with jam inside) after each meal and that fixed it, after some time I didn't need it anymore.

After that I experimented with raw meats, suprisingly some meats were very sweet and tasty without any additives and I still remember this one peace of meat with a lot of fat which had milky taste. I now don't like pork so much, now if I eat meat it's probably a cow. Usually cooked supermarket pork muscle sucks but pork fat is ok. I learned that same some shops can have different suppliers so if you get some good stuff today it doesn't mean that you will get it tomorrow. So most meats are actually ultra disappointing, meats without fat are depressing never buy meats without fat. Also I began eating some raw eggs. One day I bought some good quality eggs and I tried to eat them raw but I had to puke. I found out it was not because me but the eggs just sucked very badly(excuse me). Now I buy my eggs form local market and I have no problem eating them raw - they are super great. I now eat about 10-30 eggs a week. I also added some salmon(smoked though) for some reason I love it now and it's strange because I used to dislike all fish. Also I found that cooking with coconut oil is much better than with vegetable oils(very obvious actually).

At the moment I don't eat raw muscle meat(because many meats suck, but I'll get back to it), but I eat medium rare ribeye stakes twice a day, a bit of fish eggs, free range raw chicken eggs and raw liver. Sometimes I still have to eat some carbs because I still get some brain fog and headaches but eating carbs is rather rare. Carbs that I eat are usually just potatoes, buckwheat, apple and raw honey. I don't eat diary, I can't put my finger on it, it doesn't seem to cause any acne or a lot of other issues but for some reason I decided not to buy it anymore. Maybe I'll try some raw milk at some point.

I can't say that I have seen huge improvements, but I feel that my teeth are much stronger(but it could be my bias) and I think I look better. My runny nose is not so runny anymore. I Regained my weight but if I eat ZC my weight drops about 1-2 kg (2.2 - 4.4 pounds). I don't like that, maybe I should eat more but it is expensive. My libido could be better. I experience headaches and sometimes shortness of breath, usually when I have to wear the mask. Occasionally I have some muscle cramps.

Alright, that's it for now.

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Off Topic / Re: Legaly moving to the USA
« Last post by sabertooth on June 15, 2021, 02:44:37 am »
You could volunteer through these organic Farm programs, and first find the area you would like to settle, before deciding on establishing a more permanent settlement. 

https://wwoof.net/
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Primal Diet / Vaccinated raw eggs? UK
« Last post by needtoheal on June 14, 2021, 08:44:19 pm »
Are these ok they are free range and pasture raised but they have been salmonella vaccinated? I think thats the best i can get in the uk not sure?
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Off Topic / Re: Quote of the Day(inspired by SD's post)
« Last post by sabertooth on June 14, 2021, 11:14:28 am »
“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.”

Voltaire
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General Discussion / Re: Any experience with High Fish?
« Last post by Dingeman on June 13, 2021, 03:18:33 pm »
I would keep it in the fridge if you make it. It takes longer but the result is way better. Air every other day.
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Off Topic / Legaly moving to the USA
« Last post by political atheist on June 13, 2021, 01:55:33 pm »
What is the fastest way to legally move from UK(non-british citizen), work and buy property/land(to keep dairy sheep, cow and grow food) to/in the USA?
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General Discussion / Re: Any experience with High Fish?
« Last post by FRANCIS HOWARD BOND on June 13, 2021, 04:36:19 am »
Recommend you try and find if you like the really wonderful strong flavour and taste!    Keep out of refrigerator and air regularly, keep fish moist and away from direct sunlight.    Longer you keep it, the better it tastes, and should be good after a month or two.    If it does dry, immerse in water and it will recover to continue storing.    Smell can be quite strong but you get to like it.   Keep covered to maintain moisture, you can air jar outside but flies may find it, but perhaps you won't mind?     
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General Discussion / Any experience with High Fish?
« Last post by natural_Jose on June 13, 2021, 02:13:15 am »
Title is pretty self-explanatory. I regularly eat high liver, however i have never heard of anyone making "high fish" by just putting some fish in a jar and letting it sit.

To expand a bit, ive been fishing almost every day for the past couple weeks (underwater, not with a rod) and i eat most of what i catch and the rest i give to the cats.
Today while fishing i had the thought of why not trying to do something else with the fish. I have seen stuff like this https://www.wikihow.com/Ferment-Fish but it just seems unnecessary, thats why im asking if any of you have any experience with making 'fermented' fish in the classical way we know of just leaving meat in a jar.
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