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General Discussion / Re: Spotting Good Quality Liver
« on: September 18, 2018, 11:27:36 pm »
The grass fed org livers I buy are the same color and texture throughout.  The lungs I buy have red patches and spotting in some areas which could be sickness for all I know though.

You don't need much fat with chicken or fatty fish just avocados and eggs/egg yolks.
I doubt you have an allergen to eggs.  There are many eggs I have tried and any reaction was due to antibiotics, non free range birds, and soy fed crap labeled as "organic" from wall mart.

General Discussion / Re: ground meat still good? 2days sealed
« on: September 17, 2018, 03:26:45 am »
Past 4 or 5 days it will smell bad.  Its fine

General Discussion / Re: Mucus - beneficial or harmful?
« on: September 16, 2018, 12:54:57 pm »
Not long (once or twice a week for a month maybe) keeping in mind the reason I got the stuff back when was probably because of prostate issues not fat consumption as I didn't even really eat any fat then except for lots of raw eggs.

General Discussion / Re: Mucus - beneficial or harmful?
« on: September 15, 2018, 04:33:23 am »
Ajanous always said mucus is usually a sign of detox,  I would 100% agree with him on that.

Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: September 12, 2018, 09:04:26 am »
Unheated honey is surprisingly common in my area, we have a store called natures emporium here that has their own store brand of never heated honey that I usually buy.
Interesting about the dark berries though, I am currently registered in holistic nutrition and am trying to get people to give me free ajanous recordings and q and a...
Honestly with how much sense and knowledge that guy had it wouldn't surprise me if I felt superhuman after doing the moldy berry detox, I just have to find the time.

General Discussion / Re: Is variety important?
« on: September 08, 2018, 03:29:50 am »
Salt is poison stop immediately.

Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: September 07, 2018, 06:51:24 am »
Both fish and chicken are considered white meats. 
As far as fully unheated honey, the body can handle quite alot of that stuff without causing crashes, or tooth/gum sensitivity and I have found that honey needs to be eaten instincto.  I may have 8 tbsp or more one day and then only 2-5 or none another.

I calculated how much honey Ajanous ate daily based on one of the conversations he had in we want to live and it comes to 5 tbsp daily.

Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: September 06, 2018, 11:43:56 am »
Depends on if its a bland fruit too or not
In my case I believe I have acquired some kind of bladder dysfunction either from undetected kidney stones that are hiding from medical scans or while getting injured at the gym a years back so juicing can significantly improve my day to day functioning.

Moving on I am seriously considering hard about trying ajanous moldy berry juice vaccine detox from we want to live but warns that it can have a "lethargic" effect for up to 30 days afterward.
I have to wonder how serious this effect would be for the 30 days...  It looks quite tempting for me to give it a try but I have never heard of anyone who did it and what their experience with the aftermath was.  It sounds a bit of a stretch to wait all the way till next summer just for downtime, decisions decisions.

Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: September 04, 2018, 09:06:09 am »
I am finding Ajanous primal diet guidelines to work best for me and have thoroughly read, watched and searched through nearly every interview, radio program, article and video on the guy (except of course for the paid stuff).
Otherwise I have also read through both we want to live and the recipe.. without disease many times.

I am finding the weight he puts on things like certain unripe fruit, real unheated (not raw) honey, a "lube formula", raw dairy as well
as the general focus of prioritizing fish then fowl then read meat especially important.  That guy was an absolute genius.
I am still however in need of raw dairy in Canada and find all forms of raw dairy the single most energizing and enjoyable food to eat bar none.
Currently, I am experimenting with sv3riges idea of ignoring vegetables for juicing entirely vs ajanous who uses them in very small percentages excluding celery of course which is what he predominantly juiced.  I still cannot fathom why Ajanous never mentioned juicing cucumbers in percentages above 10 percent when they along with tomatoes are the most hydrating of anything.
I have personally found digestive success equal to cucumber/tomato juice with juicing celery, as well as small amounts of carrots, parsley and pineapple mixed in very small percentages.  I am finding the potential beneficial effects of juicing certain veg (carrot etc) can only be properly utilized by me with the addition of some of the unripe pineapple which acts as a digestive aid.
It is important to note that light paleish white celery to me feel to have the least anti nutrients and inflammatory effect.

Ajanous once stated you can get vitamin a from carrots and plants which isn't exactly correct so I will have to continue long term to get down to any conclusive benefits from juicing non bland fruit like some kind of detox for example etc.   

In terms of fully unheated honey I find the more I can eat the better for healing and detox and this can only be accomplished for me by eating it with a "white" meat as well as more importantly having it mixed as unfiltered as possible with a ton of bee pollen or with the honeycomb which both reduce sweetness and increase your ability to consume more.

Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: August 20, 2018, 06:54:49 pm »
Just woke bursting with energy after having half org grain fed chicken half 100 percent pastured beef the other day as opposed to solely beef or and fish.  Will continue to experiment with grain fed chicken but so far results have been instant and undeniable.

Journals / Re: Good experiences with raw grainfed org chicken
« on: August 19, 2018, 10:16:07 pm »
Raw wild goose and mallard duck sound delicious... Good ideas for my first hunting trip.

Journals / Good experiences with raw grainfed org chicken
« on: August 19, 2018, 05:52:33 am »
I have been having raw grain fed probably 20% pastured chickens lately and ate the equivalent of about 2 chickens by now.  I saw sv3rige eat some in a video that was grain fed and asked him who told me that it is basically ok if organic. 

So far I have been having excellent experiences with it and instantly digest it very well.
I also get a great energy boost and high from it even stronger than that of beef high meat.
 I do not eat the organs or marrow. 
It is probably good to note that although the chickens are fed crap they are from local equivalent of amish farmers in Canada and raised without any injections or chemicals of any kind.
I have been intensely craving raw chicken instead of red meat for quite some time and only got close to the texture from lamb lungs which is about the closest thing to chicken in terms of red meat I have had.

Off Topic / The least toxic (cooked) junk food.
« on: August 15, 2018, 06:46:59 am »
For those that are poor, or just curious about what the least toxic cooked food would be I think I found an answer.
Steamed white rice cake.  Ajanous vonderplanitz actually mentioned it somewhere in his books as an alternative to cooked potatoes for carb junkies.  It is processed in a good way (better than brown rice anyway), is gluten free, tolerates heat better than most other grains I am aware of, is very moist which lessens the bodies need to dump enzymes to get rid of it, is lower in AGES because it is steamed and presumably also lower in anti nutrients. 
Interestingly because it is uniquely so moist inside after finished cooking the state of when you consume it has been said to affect insulin levels depending on current moisture content.

Some emperor according to wiki used to say that when that when dry it would be beneficial or less harmful for teeth, which makes sense because moistness would make it absorb better and spike insulin levels therefore along with it. 
Therefore it would make sense to put store some fresh airtight and cold and some open to air and consumed at maturation when desired.

I thought of einkorn flour as a contender but thought the sourdough process tedious and ridiculous.

Update us on how it goes with storing some of the blood I am curious myself.

General Discussion / Squid ink A unique food
« on: July 27, 2018, 05:38:28 am »
Haven't seen any posts on squid ink so I thought I would post this.

Whatever you do always eat raw veg an hour away from other foods or it will screw with digestion.

General Discussion / Re: sv3rige
« on: July 22, 2018, 09:42:41 pm »
Of course, people are brought up as pussies in the cities and suburbs.  Its easy to see why people react how they do.
People who can't question authority are in my opinion all brainwashed pussies, the lowest of the low.  If people do not eventually become curious or look for a way out they arent worth sharing with.
Calling them pussies seems appropriate imo.

General Discussion / Re: sv3rige
« on: July 21, 2018, 06:12:10 am »
You can't convert pussies into wanting to eat raw meat, I myself was almost edgy since birth so it was a natural progression for me.
May the edgiest man win.

General Discussion / Re: Primal Diet Discord
« on: July 21, 2018, 06:04:54 am »
I would join

General Discussion / Re: Alfalfa ROOT
« on: July 21, 2018, 06:03:36 am »
I got some unheated alfalfa honey, I don't know about any powders.

Journals / High liver smell taste and effects
« on: July 20, 2018, 11:32:52 pm »
Just had my first high liver, I usually make high muscle meat.
This particular one is grass fed spring lamb.
Smell and taste unlike muscle meat which is sweet and cheesy is instead sour and smokey.
Leftover blood was disturbingly bitter, I gave it to my dog instead which she jumped on like nothing else.
Liver has turned black from purple and has a much quicker and stronger mental effect (VERY energizing).
By comparison high muscle meat tastes much better and is in a totally different flavor/smell league.
I always culture both outside the fridge airing once a day.

I always culture warm so originally thought it could be botulism because of just how different it is to rotten muscle meat but looks like the smell and taste is common amongst high liver...
I do not feel the need to eat the stuff like I do with rotten muscle meat.
Either way I will now continue to ferment it int he fridge instead by first draining the blood and always try to shake vigorously when airing the next time around just for safety.

I have to wonder if the energy I am getting from it is simply the high bacteria count or toxins from it soaking warm in its own juices like it was :/

Extracted cucumber or celery juice or a peeled tomatoe is best.
I drink the stuff daily when I can, it's really good.

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