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General Discussion / Re: Pork - Good or Bad?
« on: August 29, 2018, 04:14:58 pm »
I sometimes eat raw wild boar. It's excellent. I will eat raw  pork occasionally if nothing else is available, but avoid raw chicken like the plague.Pigs are usually fed on crap like soy so are to be avoided if you can find something better(ie grassfed or wild).

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 29, 2018, 02:22:44 am »
Hmm, Van has a point. Yet, a lot of RVAFers, after a long time, seem to adopt Instinctoish ideas. Not necessarily the hardline ideas of Guy-Claude-Burger, but the basic themes, where one eats a certain raw food at one point because one instinctively feels it works, while one may have to try another set of foods when one is in another state a month later  until one finds another food which works. Same applies even if one is not unhealthy/ill.

Off Topic / Disturbing news re America
« on: August 29, 2018, 02:19:14 am »

If the whole climate change thing gets worse(and the anthropocene seems likely even worse), it sounds like a good idea to start growing one's own food form now on, even if one lives in a flat like I do. I am looking at a mealworm factory and fruit/veg factory as well as other possibilities -hmm, can one raise rodents in a flat?

Science / Re: Neanderthal sticky thread
« on: August 28, 2018, 11:38:20 am »
Yet another Neanderthal extinction theory.

General Discussion / Re: Ground beef.. (dry age or freeze it?)
« on: August 27, 2018, 12:09:42 pm »

and if its not exposed to air then its deadly?
Well, not immediately perhaps, but  once the anaerobic bacteria multiply, it becomes a  problem. Also, there is the problem with the plastic containing the raw meat.

General Discussion / Re: Ground beef.. (dry age or freeze it?)
« on: August 27, 2018, 05:44:21 am »
What about "high meat" ?

so raw meat is bad and botulunism?
High-meat is raw meat exposed to air, so is fine.

Freezing does denature enzymes. Trouble is the only serious online article with links on the subject is no longer available. Anyway, it stated that  enzymes were to a small extent denatured by freezing. A long-time RVAFer once claimed that freezing raw meat for as long as 10 weeks gradually destroyed all enzymes, though did not provide proof.

I STRONGLY advise you to cut out all the raw dairy. Aajonus et al used to make all sorts of bogus claims to people who had allergies to raw dairy, such as claiming that mixing raw honey with the raw milk or drinking the raw milk at room-temperature etc. would solve all problems. He would also claim that any further negative symptoms from raw dairy were solely due to detox. This inevitably resulted in a lot of people in regular, constant pain whenever they did a "raw-dairy-detox"(so-called) when in fact they had an allergy.So, constantly drinking raw milk simply won't work nor any other Aajonus claim.

My own view is that if one has even the slightest problem with any type of raw dairy to not consume it at all. Don't bother to ferment it or whatever. Take me, for example, turns out that I have a delayed-action allergy towards both raw and pasteurised dairy - I can seem fine at first, but over weeks/months/years, the health-problems would start piling up ever so gradually.

Wrong re enzymes:- Enzymes in raw animal foods are also necessary. That is the body can provide its own enzymes but that just wears down the body's resources over time:-

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: August 26, 2018, 03:38:26 am »
Granted, other things might have caused their deaths, but this theme of people dying while on foreign package tours at hotel resorts where they can eat as much (extremely unhealthy processed food) as they want is worth pointing out. As is the point that the real reason such people die from raw food consumption is because their bodies are so poorly adapted to it as regards bacteria/immunity etc.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 25, 2018, 02:21:13 pm »
Well, I don't exactly have a fund of studies, just this sort of thing:-
. I am not a scientist so cannot 100% judge whether a study is fully reliable. All I can say is that there are tens of thousands of studies done on advanced glycation end products(AGEs), easily findable on pubmed(look under "dietary-derived advanced glycation end products).Also focus on heterocyclic amines(HCAs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons(PAHs). The latter two are key components of car-exhaust fumes and cigarette-smoke, and there are also non-food-related studies done on the harm caused by those components as regards smoking  - comparing cooked food to smoking and air-pollution is a powerful piece of PR.

There are also acrylamide and nitrosamines(NSAs) but they have much less solid data on their potential harm.

There is also the new-age angle, so focus on the Inuit, among others re raw food diets. As I recall, Armand Tanny got his raw food ideas from studying the Hawaiians/Polynesians.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: August 24, 2018, 01:37:33 am »

Now, us RPDers in such a situation would have no problems with rotting meat... Sometimes I think how marvellous it would be to live in a society which was swiftly disintegrating. In such a situation, RPDers would have a far better chance of surviving than anyone else. Sadly, the coming disasters are at least 50 years or more away....

General Discussion / Re: Ground beef.. (dry age or freeze it?)
« on: August 23, 2018, 10:50:57 pm »
if botulism was a concern it wouldn't be legal to put those dates on there would it?
They are assuming the meat will be cooked before consumption, so the bacteria would not be present in that case.

General Discussion / Re: Ground beef.. (dry age or freeze it?)
« on: August 23, 2018, 09:31:36 am »
Ignore dates on labels.

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