Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - dair

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 5
1
Off Topic / Traditional asian foods... some amazing stuff:
« on: June 15, 2018, 05:16:40 pm »
Some cool recipes in Asia mostly, not really raw paleo, but... quite near in some cases, not really mono meals:
Bali: Lawar relish (mostly raw, onion, spices, coconut, fresh herbs and veg, though not always all ingredients raw) and sometimes mixed with raw pig blood.
Yunnnan, south China: raw pig sashimi, including skin
Japan: high quality free-range raw chicken sashimi in nice teriyaki restaurant, apparently tasty and tender.
Korea: fermented raw fish sashimi
Hawaii:
-Lomi lomi  (some sort of salad with tomato-onion plus raw fish)
-Poke: raw fish/tuna, tender with marinade, apparently amazing stuff.
Never tried any of these things, but honestly... quite tempting. What I like with S E Asia is that because they dont really rely on dairy, they are big fans of animal fats and innards/organs, even if cooked.
I have noticed that many people addicted to dairy are disgusted by animals fats and organs. (Which is quite a majority of people in the West).




2
General Discussion / Re: Parasites Worms in our intestines
« on: June 10, 2018, 09:01:02 pm »
There is a reason why people have used a lot of spices and herbs, especially in hot countries.
Many traditionally used spices are actually quite effective to kill all sort of parasites. Ginger, galangal, chili, garlic, clove, etc...
If you need something really strong, use wormwood, super effective, but should be used only under certain amount of time. One side effect also is that it makes one a bit tired, so take only in the evening. Btw, it is super bitter and not tasty at all, but it really works.

3
General Discussion / Re: Frozen Raw grainfed fowl?
« on: June 10, 2018, 08:53:04 pm »
and I've seen people have some sort of vermiculture to feed the chickens...

4
I knew one guy who was regularly finding meat in the dumpster and feeding it to his chickens. They love it.
Well, I would not really do it, as this meat was not organic nor free-range, but anyway...
You should see how shocked vegetarian look, when I tell them this. They could never imagine that a chicken loves meat...

5
General Discussion / Re: Frozen Raw grainfed fowl?
« on: June 10, 2018, 08:42:21 pm »
Actually I've seen a vid from a permaculture place from Sweden, where they time the release of the free going chicken in a field where sheep/goats/cattle had been before, so that after 10 days or so, the grubs hatch from the animal poo and the chicken can feast on them.
Chicken actually also eat greens, and seeds when running around outside free, and  will also find more grubs than you think. The chicken in Asia just roam the whole day outside, and trust me, they feed all day on what they find in the organic farm where I lived. I really find chicken that has spent its days outside really quite satisfying, they do taste real nice.
Fowl is really my favorite meat, including free range ducks and all sort of wild fowl. But I would not buy a normal organic chicken, the most important thing is that it has spent most of its day outdoor.

8
Science / Re: What Britain looked like in the last Ice-Age
« on: June 06, 2018, 03:32:50 pm »
After the ice age most of the Uk was covered with trees/forests. Oak-hazel woodlands for instance, dominated the north. Some islands today that are totally devoid of trees, used to be covered with hazels for instance.
https://h2g2.com/edited_entry/A87783673

10
Hot Topics / Re: Fruitarian interview in DM
« on: June 01, 2018, 07:56:30 pm »
^ ^
 Actually I was referring to my time as a fruitarian. And yes, I was a vegan, before I was a fruitarian, and I didn't have at all a good sense of smell at the time, actually less good than average even.
I can definitively say that my sense of smell became very fine tuned after some weeks of fruitarianism.
Fruitarianism did have some powerful cleansing thing, I really did feel that it was good for me in the beginning, actually I could definitely see the benefits of it, but the point is, it should have been done for a certain amount of time, it should not be "a lifestyle".

12
Off Topic / Re: Radioactive boars
« on: June 01, 2018, 05:43:44 pm »
Yes, people are really the problem. In Detroit, bumblebee are coming back big time: "urban decay" means less people, less lawns, less pesticides:

https://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/38354/20170608/bumblebees-detroit-urban-decay-bee-populations.htm



13
Off Topic / mussels with opioids?
« on: June 01, 2018, 05:03:38 pm »
https://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/38913/20180526/seattles-puget-sound-mussels-test-positive-for-opiods.htm

Not sure what to think about it. If there are that much opioids in those waters, it could also be some smugglers dumping their stash in the water if they though they might get caught... But on the other hand, I have read that the US is nowadays the only place among modern countries where heavy drugs use in increasing, and specifically heroin.
I do know that in Stockholm for instance, a city that prides it self for having good quality tap water safe for drinking, there was some tests confirming a high presence of pharmaceuticals and especially antidepressants. The pee/sewage water is recycled into "safe" water (sounds kind of disgusting actually), which is not that safe.

14
Off Topic / Radioactive boars
« on: June 01, 2018, 04:58:25 am »
https://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/36305/20170311/radioactive-wild-boars-take-over-japanese-towns-fukushima-nuclear-disaster.htm

Something similar has happened to the Chernobyl area, lots of wildlife has come back/taken over.

16
Off Topic / worms eating plastic
« on: June 01, 2018, 04:26:16 am »
I have tried live wax worms, they are really tasty.
As they have the ability to eat beeswax, maybe that could the reason:
https://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/37569/20170425/bizarre-plastic-eating-wax-worm-might-be-the-answer-to-plastic-pollution.htm

But I would not want to eat some that have just eaten plastic.

17
Off Topic / Re: Absurd claim from the Caucasus
« on: May 31, 2018, 02:54:18 am »
I agree.
Also, I have read a bit about tribes, villages, areas that have a lot of long lived people. Difficult to generalise, but here are some observations:
Most people who live long (I mean not a single odd person, but groups), say these things could be a reason:
- they are happy, and live a stress free life, usually in nature. They say the outlook on life is important, not to be negative etc...
- Many of them are mountain people: living in a remote location like mountains gives clean air, good water with good minerals (this is many times said by the inhabitant themselves to be a big factor). The act of slowly walking up/down mountains is also really good for the health, instead doing violent, extreme exercise, that is not good for longevity.
- Natural food. Natural lifestyle, country life (not city life)
-Enjoying life, friends, good family relations.
So this wining woman being totally unhappy, it all sounds to be a scam honestly.

18
I have to add that I was already sick before I got diagnosed at 8, and when the crisis happened, but it had been building up for many years. I had very big rings under my eyes already as 3-4 year old child, and they got worse each year, and was weak and hyperactive at the same time.

19
Actually, I have read that, you can also inherit weaknesses from your father as well. In Chinese medicine, the kidneys are the "energy" you inherit from both your parents. The interesting thing is, when when I was 8, I got a very serious kidney disease. I would say that my father somehow contributed a bit to that. His lifestyle before I was born was unhealthy: he was/is a workaholic, slept very little (because he had no time and had to work all the time). He was totally overactive, did a lot of violent/dangerous sports (very bad for kidneys), smoked, liked his whisky, never got enough rest. This is the worst cocktail for damaging your kidneys.
From my mother I got a lack of nutrition, she didn't care about fresh food.
When I got sick, somehow the whole family started living a bit more healthy, in a way sickness can be a way towards health. (Not always).

20
Hot Topics / Re: Vegan Freelee again in the news...
« on: May 23, 2018, 12:46:14 am »
Haha, what a joke. I remember so many members couldnt log in any more on 30bad because they were criticising, questioning, using their rational brain and asking some pertinent questions. For instance: it was totally NOT allowed to even mention her plastic breasts... haha... well, you know, it was medicinal, the reason... total bulls.t.
If someone would have some health or sleeping problems, and you would insinuate that the the reason was the crazy fruit/sugar overload, you would be banned. This forum was not, when I was I member, a democratic group, freelee and DR were total nazis, no joke.
Now, she's following the next trend: ayahuasca (it's a big fashion) etc... She has no real core, she just goes where the trend goes.
She used to be this plastic type wearing cheap plastic earrings/clothes. Now, she pretends she want to become natural, but still has has plastic tits... Haha....

21
Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: fluorescent bananas
« on: May 20, 2018, 08:03:09 pm »

22
Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / fluorescent bananas
« on: May 20, 2018, 07:55:05 pm »
To those who eat/have eaten unripe fruits. UV sensitive animals can pick the ripe bananas:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/6152638/Bananas-turn-bright-blue-under-ultra-violet-light-helping-animals-pick-ripe-ones.html

I never eat bananas in Europe, they taste boring after haven tried so many different kinds in Asia, and quite often with some seed(s) in them. Local super ripe bananas are amazing.

23
General Discussion / Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« on: May 15, 2018, 06:25:26 pm »
Fat is for me the answer to not get dairy cravings, anything from lard, marrow, egg yolks, coconut butter, avocados, and also... raw cocoa butter which I find very satisfying. It also has quite a good percentage of saturated fats (60%), and does not speed up the metabolism like coconut butter. It's not that cheap, but when I look at the prices here in Germany of raw goat dairy, you get more for your money with cacao butter. And you avoid that all that salt in cheese.
And if you need to get more of good bacteria/fermentation, go for dry/aged meat/fish or high meat/organs, or combucha/jun, or stop using a fridge. It will happen by itself, if you are surrounded by good bacteria. People who fear "bacteria" are either paranoid or they need to clean up their system/environment, and the good bacteria will be around you naturally.

24
Personals / Re: Contacting Sv3rige
« on: May 15, 2018, 06:10:04 pm »
So, he's started to use a juicer? cute...
I remember when freelee and durian rider started to promote cooked vegetables in their videos (being neither fruits, nor raw), leaving some members confused, because before they had said that cooked=toxic.
The problem is when people make very radical statements, and then somehow manage to go against their former ideology.



25
Science / Re: Plants more complex than thought
« on: May 13, 2018, 03:39:55 pm »
When animal eat grass/plants, they go and eat a bite here, another bite there. There reason for this is that the plant releases a toxin as soon as it is being eaten, to protect itself, and it can survive if the plant is only partly eaten. The plant becomes bitter/not tasty for the animal, and so it moves on to the next patch.
So one could imagine the toxins one could ingest if harvesting the wrong way or eating too much of the veg/greens.
You don't get that with fallen/ripe fruits.
(But maybe/probably with unripe ones)

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 5