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Is the use of a PLASTIC container likely to prove as problem with contacting the meat inside, as Inuits found?
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Fine, you're leaving more than enough air. Airing it every 2-3 days seems  OK given the more northerly climate in the UK.
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Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« Last post by sabertooth on April 28, 2019, 05:55:35 am »
There is some liberty in the creative process and I would like to hear some feedback on possible headline titles for the Episode. We need something that will catch attention, without risking being censored by the suggested video censorship bots.
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Hey there. Thanks for the reply. I appreciate it!

I don't think flies will get to it as it's inside a cupboard. It's also inside thick black plastic bag, which is closed with a peg / clip. The plastic bag with the meat is then in a cardboard box. The ox tongues have been in for about a week now and I can't smell anything whatsoever. I can't smell anything from the liver in the smaller jar either unless I open it and get up close. I've never seen any flies when i've opened it either.

I'm living in England so some days it's hot and others not. I think it might be pretty cool with the ice packs in with it.

So do you think the ox tongue in the big jar looks good enough? Not too full? I think i'll air it every 1 - 2 days from now on.
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From my own experiences re storing high meat outside a fridge in a hot(Mediterranean climate), I would strongly suggest leaving 50% air in the relevant cotnainer and always airing once every day. Granted, in a hot environment, one must guard against flies laying their eggs on the underside of the lids of the plastic boxes you use. My solution was to use 2 plastic boxes , 1 within the other, with 50% air in the smaller one with the meat, then I would put both in 2 black plastic bags, and bury them all underground, and only air them for   c.30 seconds once a day, so as to grab enough free oxygen so that I could create high meat without botulinism.
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Hey there,

I've been eating raw chicken eggs, duck eggs, ox liver, ox tongue and herring for a few months now and I have felt fine. I want to eventually try the 'high meat'. I've had a bit of ox liver in a standard 1 litre jar for over a month now. I've been airing it every 2-3 days. It's still the brown colour. No mould or anything. Doesn't smell bad actually.

Anyway, I want to start preparing my high meat as soon as possible so I can leave it for at least a year before eating. I thought it would be a good idea to buy a huge glass jar and put in a larger amount of meat. I managed to get some organic, grass fed ox tongue at a decent price so I bought about 6 tongues, cut them up into chunks and put them in a huge 12 litre glass jar. The reason I went for a single large jar was so less time was needed when airing. I can simply air the one huge jar instead of airing lots of smaller ones. Also, I wanted to make sure there was enough space for the air.

I have attached photos of my 12 litre jar with the ox tongue in. What do you think? When I see the meat inside all on top of one another, I become afraid of botulism. Do you think it will be alright if stirred and aired every 2 - 3 days? By the way, I am not keeping my high meat in the fridge, like Aajonus Wonderplants recommends. I am keeping it in an outdoor side cupboard in a bin / trash bag within a cardboard box with a few ice packs and some sheeps wool to keep it cool. The sheep wool came with my online meat orders to keep them cool.

In the photos I've also placed my 1 litre jar next to the 12 litre jar so you can actually see how big this thing is.

Your thoughts are much appreciated. Thanks alot!
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Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« Last post by sabertooth on April 27, 2019, 03:28:32 am »
Just finished speaking with my contact, filming is set for the 11th, and the Cameraman will be contacting me soon to go over the itinerary.

I found out that the same producer who is in contact with me is also looking into doing a Freelee the Banana Girl story....He had no idea of her back story of Riding Durian Roider into the vegan spotlight. The people involved with Barcroft seem for the most part, opposed to the kind of Hate filled extremist content produced by Freelee, so I felt obligated to give them fair warning about the woman.
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General Discussion / Re: hunters shooting for fun and dumping meat
« Last post by dair on April 27, 2019, 12:51:20 am »
I think that many do not know real hunger. When you've experienced it, you really start see and appreciate what you like, need and get a respect for the cycle of life.
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General Discussion / hunters shooting for fun and dumping meat
« Last post by dair on April 27, 2019, 12:47:25 am »
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/10449126/Dont-bin-pheasant-its-worth-a-shot-in-the-kitchen-pot.html

Hunted pheasants in th Uk are often dumped/not eaten. I've also seen that a lot of dogfood made of wild pheasant.
So the hunters goes shooting in the wild, then goes home and eat some factory meat? Strange times we live in.
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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Raw Cheese Works For Detox - Can't Tolerate It Though
« Last post by dair on April 27, 2019, 12:23:15 am »
There was some mention of feeling tired after eating raw dairy.
The tiredness I feel from dairy is like a relaxing "high", an opiate like feeling. It is addictive for me. It feels good in a way (I am often hyper and like the feeling of "coming down"), but afterwards I feel unfocused, slow and not together. I really do not like the feeling after having had dairy, but sure the initial opiate like reaction can be deceving, but this is not a feeling I really want to experience.

The relaxing feeling I get from raw meat is totally different, and actually more powerful, without the unfocused feeling afterwards
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