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chiriquí province, panama

there's a lot of free range chickens, pastured beef and dairy in the upper regions of chiriquí province. the chickens usually get a bit of local corn in the evening to remind them where home is.

the dairy cows might get some grain once a day at milking time, i dunno.

for the milk,  u'd have to make arraignments with a farmer before the milk gets picked up by the milk processing plant truck. 

most towns have fresh fish shops and fresh fish and vegetable venders ply the roads daily in small trucks.

there's local beef organ meats in supermarkets. (i recall heart, liver, tongue, testicles)

i'd assume horsemeat is available because most everyone in the county side ride horses, kids ride horses to school.

downside;
there's a lot of herbicide sprayed in chiriquí...

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Hi there!

I have been experimenting with a raw paleo way of eating for on and off about 18 months.  Or just experimenting in general with foods.  I'm gravitating toward a generally raw diet full of green juices, organic fresh fruit, raw meats, raw seafood, organ meats, raw fats and raw dairy, if I can find it.  I also love travelling.  Some places are more conducive to this way of eating than others, I've found. 

Here in Canada, it is next to impossible to get raw dairy unless youre working on a dairy farm or crossing the border to bring back dairy.  I've also been in places like Ecuador and parts of the US (northeast US ... Maine) that are more conducive to a holistic approach to this way of eating.  You can get raw dairy, you are close to the ocean, and there are lot of good farm raised meats and game meat options available.  So, I am trying to compile a list of some places/cities around the world that are super ideal to living a natural raw way of eating.  (close to the ocean, easy to get raw dairy, active lifestyle, lot of pasture raised animals)

If you have any recommendations of places youve been (or live) that allow you to thrive easily on this kind of lifestyle without having to go out of your way to source good raw meats, produce and dairy, I'd love to know!

Here is my list of some amazing hotspots:

USA:
-Portland, Maine area
-Seattle, Washington area
-San Diego, California area

New Zealand
-a place like Nelson, NZ

-Cities in the south of France (close to the sea, close to forests, easy access to raw dairy)

-Parts of Spain (Catalonia province has OKed raw dairy since last year)

-Vilcabamba in Ecuador (not as much fresh fish but I have personal experience here and it's an amazing place for raw foods living)

-Chiang Mai and Bangkok in Thailand

-The Phillipines

-some other possible options: Costa Rica, Panama, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Denmark, Netherlands, parts of Germany, Fiji, South Africa (Durban), Chile (Valparaiso), Argentina

What are some places you think would be ideal for a active healthy outdoor raw primal/paleo lifestyle :)



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No idea which this is, but the USDA Nutrient Database also distinguishes between raw and cooked.
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I was really hoping to see a detailed analysis but that was extremely general and vague.  Better off reading labels but labels are bad too. Why are they allowed to put zero percent of something on the label whenever they don't test for it? That really sucks and is essentially a lie. Who can you trust?
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Hot Topics / Usefulness of vegan propaganda
« Last post by TylerDurden on May 13, 2019, 09:23:25 pm »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7022869/Chickens-abused-farms-supplying-Nandos-Lidl-Asda-says-charity.html

I would not mind the idea of animals being raised better(I already encounter chicken eggs in Austrian supermarkets which are now claimed to have been fed on grasses and herbs instead of the usual soy claims), I just hope that this does not lead to no animals at all being slaughtered or used for milk or eggs.
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Science / Re: More dates being pushed back to ancient times
« Last post by TylerDurden on May 13, 2019, 07:59:34 pm »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7021779/The-coin-tear-Australian-history.html

As regards Palaeo times, due to political correctness etc., certain Palaeo-era  dates turned out to have occurred much, much earlier than thought. It is no surprised, therefore, to find that the Portuguese may have been to Australia first.
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Hot Topics / The money to be made in veganism.. lessons to be learnt(!)LOL!
« Last post by TylerDurden on May 13, 2019, 06:46:31 pm »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-6976921/Mum-set-turnover-500K-launching-vegan-friendly-hair-care-range-kitchen-table.html

People in past centuries have used raw meat facials and the like. It seems that veganism, being a proper movement, now has people cashing in on vegan burgers and other highly-processed rubbish. What next? Vegan hairdressers? Vegan manicurists? I note that vegetarians in  c.1900-era Germany would  go in  heavily for naturism? Quite frankly, I find naturism more of a RPD-oriented  pastime, given the nakedness of the, ahem, raw flesh etc. Or maybe RPDers could make some cheap, unprocessed beef jerky to sell to RPDers? Just some ideas to expand the movement.
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Fucking amazing post
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Personals / Re: Spain / Latin America Raw Meat Eaters
« Last post by thehadezb on May 13, 2019, 09:49:47 am »
Hola, soy de Perú. Como carne cruda y algunos lácteos desde hace 1 año y medio.
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Primal Diet / We Want to Live and Recipes for Living Without Disease books for sale
« Last post by Eric on May 13, 2019, 05:58:34 am »
I have a hardcover version of We Want to Live and softcover (spiral bound) version of Recipes for Living Without Disease I am open to selling. Any takers? I live in the US, and prefer to ship within the US. Both books are in near-perfect condition. You would be hard-pressed to discern them from brand new copies. Best to message me on Facebook or through my website, although I will try to check my messages here more frequently until the books sell.
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