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Offline PrimalSwede

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A friend told me about this place and I've been looking forward to go here for a week! The store was approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes away from my house but since I want the best meat I could possibly access for a somewhat reasonable price - I had to go!

I hope you enjoy my little video, this is also my first post here so I'm looking forward to meet you guys! I hope to learn a lot.

My diet started 17th of July 2018.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD90PPCRq88

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happy for you, dark red, yellow fat surround.   Maybe you can befriend the butcher there and ask him if he'll save you fat trimmings and provide you with bone marrow.  I didn't  watch the whole presentation,  liver, heart, pancreas, thymus, brain...  all good to supplement with . 
   Biting off chunks is good, and so is sitting down with a cutting board and extremely sharp high end knife and slicing very thin all the while eating with small amounts of shaved back fat.

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You spent over 100 Euro for just over 2 kg of meat? That sounds insanely expensive!
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that's about what whole foods charges for New Yorks or ribeyes.. 

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When I first started going RVAF and trying to get hold of raw 100% organic, 100% grassfed meats, I at first found only 1 source(in 2001) which cost  4.50 pounds sterling for just 100 grams. I was in shock for a few weeks until I started finding raw, grassfed meats at much cheaper prices(30 pounds sterling a kilo). Eventually, I found that raw wild game at LFM markets was , bizarrely, signifcantly cheaper than grassfed, despite it being of a far  higher quality.

I would strongly advise buying raw organ-meats if only raw grassfed meat is available. I have always been able to get hold of high quality raw organs for as little as 2 euros a kilo. Raw organs, anyway, have a far higher nutrient-content than standard raw muscle-meats.

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happy for you, dark red, yellow fat surround.   Maybe you can befriend the butcher there and ask him if he'll save you fat trimmings and provide you with bone marrow.  I didn't  watch the whole presentation,  liver, heart, pancreas, thymus, brain...  all good to supplement with . 
   Biting off chunks is good, and so is sitting down with a cutting board and extremely sharp high end knife and slicing very thin all the while eating with small amounts of shaved back fat.
The meat is amazing indeed :D I'm going to try to cut the fat with a knife so it's easier to consume.

You spent over 100 Euro for just over 2 kg of meat? That sounds insanely expensive!
Yep, it is insanely expensive! However, I can buy 1kg of beef for 25 euros in a store. The problem is that it is completely unknown how the animal has been treated. I can verify that the beef is Swedish, but not much more than that.

When I first started going RVAF and trying to get hold of raw 100% organic, 100% grassfed meats, I at first found only 1 source(in 2001) which cost  4.50 pounds sterling for just 100 grams. I was in shock for a few weeks until I started finding raw, grassfed meats at much cheaper prices(30 pounds sterling a kilo). Eventually, I found that raw wild game at LFM markets was , bizarrely, signifcantly cheaper than grassfed, despite it being of a far  higher quality.

I would strongly advise buying raw organ-meats if only raw grassfed meat is available. I have always been able to get hold of high quality raw organs for as little as 2 euros a kilo. Raw organs, anyway, have a far higher nutrient-content than standard raw muscle-meats.
I would love to buy organs, but this particular store did not have it. I'll keep an eye out for it though!

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One of the things that I hate when going to the horse-butcher's in Italy(or any other butcher) is that I have to insist on them NOT cutting off the white fat from the meat before giving it to me. They look at me as though I'm crazy but I like the fat especially(well, when it comes from an animal which has been fed properly most or all of the time).

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I most often buy organs. I bought a grass-fed beef heart this morning at the farmers' market for $4.50 per pound. That is probably about $10 per kg, or around 8 or 9 Euro per kg.
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