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Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« on: September 06, 2008, 08:46:14 am »
Can some one please recommend a site or brand of high meat jars which will be air tight and not stink out my fridge!

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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2008, 06:19:43 pm »
All I know is that Primal Dieters use things caled "Bell Jars" or "vacuum-sealed" jars. If you can't find such products, I would suggest storing the raw meats in a plastic, sealable box, and putting it in a hole in the ground, with only a litle soil above, so you can air the meats every now and then. You are in the countryside, I believe?
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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2008, 08:54:47 pm »
http://www.canningpantry.com/canning-jars.html

There's tons of other sites that sell Ball canning jars. I suggest tapered lids (lids the same circumference as the jar) for easier retrieval.

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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #3 on: September 07, 2008, 07:54:18 am »
Cheers, I may bury my meat hadn't thought about that and yes It's important to have a lid that is the same dimensions as the jar (less mess, easy retrieval)

What do you guys think about me adding some soil in the preparation of my high meat. I've had such fantastic results with high meat and hay fever over the last few days that I am thinking about different directions I could possibly be go. Maybe even put some soil in my drinking water.

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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #4 on: September 07, 2008, 06:01:15 pm »
Is "high meat" - spoiled meat?

Is it O.K. to eat surströmming on this diet? It is rotten herring that I really like. It's not cooked, but it's salted. Are salted things OK?

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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #5 on: September 07, 2008, 06:10:20 pm »
Is "high meat" - spoiled meat?

Is it O.K. to eat surströmming on this diet? It is rotten herring that I really like. It's not cooked, but it's salted. Are salted things OK?

Both Aajonus and Palaeodieters frown on the use of salt, though some RPDers have recently claimed that salt is needed since most RPDers do not usually have access to raw  blood which contains natural salts in it. I don't suppose the occasional use of salt is too bad, but I wouldn't advise making salt a frequent part of your diet. I use salt perhaps once or twice a year with my raw meats.

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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #6 on: September 07, 2008, 06:16:15 pm »
Both Aajonus and Palaeodieters frown on the use of salt, though some RPDers have recently claimed that salt is needed since most RPDers do not usually have access to raw  blood which contains natural salts in it. I don't suppose the occasional use of salt is too bad, but I wouldn't advise making salt a frequent part of your diet. I use salt perhaps once or twice a year with my raw meats.



It's good to know, because I've been salting my salads a lot, since they taste bland to me otherwise. I've also been making my own dressing out of dry salted fish, cold-pressed olive oil and lemon juice. Maybe I'll ease into low-salt eating gradually.

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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #7 on: September 07, 2008, 06:20:08 pm »
It's good to know, because I've been salting my salads a lot, since they taste bland to me otherwise. I've also been making my own dressing out of dry salted fish, cold-pressed olive oil and lemon juice. Maybe I'll ease into low-salt eating gradually.

There's nothing wrong with using a little salt for just taste-reasons if you're a newbie to the diet - we all have to start somewhere, after all. I merely suggest that you look around for equally tasty alternatives(other people use raw ginger/garlic/onions/pepper/cayenne-pepper, among other raw spices).  You can still use the salt occasionally in small amounts, just make sure it's sea-salt or rock-salt, not iodised table-salt.
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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #8 on: September 07, 2008, 06:27:25 pm »
There's nothing wrong with using a little salt for just taste-reasons if you're a newbi to the diet - we all have to start somewhere, after all. I merely suggest that you look around for equally tasty alternatives(other people use raw ginger/garlic/onions/pepper/cayenne-pepper, among other raw spices).  You can still use the salt occasionally in small amounts, just make sure it's sea-salt or rock-salt, not iodised table-salt.

Yes, I did throw out all table salt and stocked up on "designer" sea salt.  :) But I'll try other herbs and spices as well to see if I could reduce my salt dependancy eventually. Can one use an Indian spice, asafoetida? It tastes slightly salty. It's supposed to be good for digestion.

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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #9 on: September 07, 2008, 06:37:21 pm »
Yes, I did throw out all table salt and stocked up on "designer" sea salt.  :) But I'll try other herbs and spices as well to see if I could reduce my salt dependancy eventually. Can one use an Indian spice, asafoetida? It tastes slightly salty. It's supposed to be good for digestion.

As long as it's not heated, that's fine. I hear it's normally used with heated  oil and ghee.
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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #10 on: September 07, 2008, 08:50:50 pm »
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Is it O.K. to eat surströmming on this diet? It is rotten herring that I really like. It's not cooked, but it's salted. Are salted things OK?

Thank you! I may never get to eat this, but I love learning about new foods. New to me anyways.

I've never tried high meat and am a little scared of it, but if offered to me- and I wasn't the only one eating it, I'd try it for sure, maybe, probably, certainly  :o

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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #11 on: September 07, 2008, 09:03:25 pm »
I wonder how to make the "o" with the two dots on an english keyboard. I suppose I would have to laboriously change the keyboard settings to a German version and then find out which key corresponds to it on the new keyboard-system to get it, but isn't there a quicker way?
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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #12 on: September 07, 2008, 09:25:12 pm »
Yes, there is.
You can go into Microsoft Word (if you have it) and go to "Insert --->  Symbol"

This should pop up a box with a whole bunch of symbols. Find the one you're looking for and you can either insert it and then copy and paste it wherever you want, or it will also tell you a shortcut key, which you can use to make it whenever you want.

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Re: Where to buy high meat jars on the net?
« Reply #13 on: September 07, 2008, 09:32:22 pm »
Yes, there is.
You can go into Microsoft Word (if you have it) and go to "Insert --->  Symbol"

This should pop up a box with a whole bunch of symbols. Find the one you're looking for and you can either insert it and then copy and paste it wherever you want, or it will also tell you a shortcut key, which you can use to make it whenever you want.

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