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Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: August 23, 2018, 07:24:29 am »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6087019/Businessman-banned-fine-dining-restaurant-post-massively-undercooked-food.html

If I went to a restaurant meal and had to have a cooked meat dish, I would certainly give a very positive review to the restaurant if they undercooked the dish...

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General Discussion / Re: Ground beef.. (dry age or freeze it?)
« on: August 23, 2018, 05:09:34 am »
Also i forgot to mention the ground beef is vacuum sealed, so i assumed it would last at least a week or 2 :/
For god's sake do NOT leave it in the fridge for too long  in vacuum-sealed form. That allows anaerobic bacteria to act on the raw meat, possibly causing botulinism. My general rule is to allow the raw meats to air. If I left them vacuum-sealed in the fridge in the past, I would never leave them for more than 5 days max before eating them, after experimentation. Basically, anything left vacuum-packed for 7+days usually left a very nasty taste in my mouth which was quite unlike the taste of raw, aged meat exposed to oxygen.

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Off Topic / Health spa question
« on: August 22, 2018, 04:21:52 pm »
Hi folks,

I am currently planning a holiday where there is a possibility of a seaweed bath. Has anyone any experience thereof? is it any use? Cheers.

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Science / Re: Neanderthals were compassionate etc.
« on: August 22, 2018, 02:16:54 am »
I would probably be right to assume (((they))) have made them look darker over time.
Just looked again at this old thread - actually, in the 1970s, I found that the Neanderthals were always portrayed as being dark-brown-skinned at the time, with very low backward-leaning brows(despite having had much higher brain-volumes). I suspect that this was because of the out of africa theory which had preached at the time that white skin only appeared some time after the last hominid migration out of africa. In actual fact, as we have since discovered, white(ie pale skin) was already present in the ancestor of both chimpanzees and hominids/apemen, and also that the Neanderthals were white-skinned. The OoA theory has been mostly debunked by now as a result.

When I was a child in the 1970s, it always puzzled me as to the human exceptionalism displayed towards the Neanderthals. Nowadays, it doesn't surprise me at all. If Neanderthals(or even Homo Erectus etc.) are shown to be far more advanced/intelligent than previously supposed, then the OoA theory is mostly debunked.

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Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: August 22, 2018, 01:22:27 am »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6081853/Mother-two-drank-PLACENTA-fruit-smoothie-exchange-energy.html

If perhaps some female RVAFers might give their reports on the experience of eating such, we would be grateful...


For my own part, I once tried some raw rotting stag testicles and they were too tough/too rank for me...

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Science / Query to RPDers re biting insects and you
« on: August 21, 2018, 02:14:06 am »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6078411/The-surprising-reason-mosquitoes-bite-people-others.html

I have noticed a recent vast increase of wasps here in Europe the last few months. They seem to love alighting on my skin far more than on anyone else in the neighbourhood. Given that  flies in the summer just love to land on my raw meat dishes, maybe it is the smell of my breath which attracts them? On the other hand, given the above article, maybe it is the microbiota on my  RVAFer skin? Any other RVAFers note that they get more insects hovering over them compared to non-RVAFers?

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So where did he learn about raw paleo?

Given the raw carnivore angle, probably from Sv3rige.

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Damn! The Daily Mail has , as usual with any subject they view as being potentially explosive, banned any further comments after just a tiny handful were posted which were critical. I wanted to be supportive.


Hmm, I see a a number of online youtubers etc. who are promoting raw, zero-carb diet, yet several long-term raw-zero-carbers and cooked-zero-carbers have sworn off such diets and gone for omnivore. Imo, we need more RVAF diet omnivores to promote themselves. Quite frankly, someone like Iguana(well over 2 decades of RVAF etc.) would demolish the usually idiotic claims by nutritionists that raw meat eaters will die within a few years of following such a diet.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6066475/Former-obese-vegan-eats-raw-liver-mince-bone-marrow.html

I almost missed this, but this sort of thing really helps the RVAF community.

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Health / Re: Biofilm: The key to survival for stubborn pathogens!
« on: August 19, 2018, 01:43:07 pm »
Feel free to post some basic links for the beginner/intermediate/advanced. I will post a sticky in the relevant forum with the various links.

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Journals / Re: Good experiences with raw grainfed org chicken
« on: August 19, 2018, 01:35:52 pm »
Several RPDers here have stated that  chickens fed on raw diets taste way better when fed with raw animal food(ie raw carrion, raw insects, raw worms etc.) than when given raw plant foods  only. This more accurately reflects the daily diet of the chickens' ancestor, the jungle fowl.

I always found the taste of raw grainfed chicken to taste disgusting in the UK. Raw chicken is slightly better in Austria, as they pride themselves on avoiding additives/hormones to a large extent, there. Yet, they still boast of feeding their fowl organic soy!!   l)

I have tried raw grassfed goose, which was nothing special. Raw wild mallard duck, though, was one of the best tasting meats I have ever tried.

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