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Offline surfsteve

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Re: Meats fully digest leaving no waste?
« Reply #25 on: July 28, 2017, 02:04:57 am »
Yes,  definitely I will 😀
I was Looking up some things on meats in the forum &  saw many long term raw meat eaters say that there's not much, if any, difference they noticed in eating red meat cooked rare/med rare compared to all raw. It's all about not cooking/heating the fats, which turns them rancid. So I'm not as concerned about the repercussions if I have to order rare over raw. I've been to restaurants that offered seared tuna salad and they refused to serve it to me raw, they were required to sear it. So I just cut off the cooked part when they served me.

That doesn't sound right. Seems like there is a huge difference between cooking and not cooking meat. Even to the point of medium rare. For me I cooked all my steaks rare for years. Never did like well done meat. I would always sear the meat on high heat for one to three minutes. I'm told that blackening it on the outside like I used to do is especially bad but it would seem that cooking it all the way through at low temperatures such as in the crock pot would be bad too, killing off all the enzymes and many of the vitamins.

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Re: Meats fully digest leaving no waste?
« Reply #26 on: July 28, 2017, 04:48:16 am »
Yah, blackening and cooking all the way is  noticeably harmful .

Here's one thread I saw about the  comparison of wrong to partially raw meat 

http://www.rawpaleodietforum.com/general-discussion/'cooked-meat-paleo'-t-to-'raw-meat-paleo'/

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Re: Meats fully digest leaving no waste?
« Reply #27 on: July 28, 2017, 04:49:41 am »
 I need to change my forum name from "pumpkin" to "auto correct disaster" 🤦🏻???😂

 

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