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  • PB and Drinking Animal Blood?

    Someone here mention the Maasai and after researching them I find out that they and others drink animal blood as part of their diet, perhaps only on special occasion according to one online link. How does this fit into the PB diet? Did Grok drink animal blood? I pretty sure he cooked his meat, but did he? What advantage would there be in drinking animal blood? I know a couple of months ago, I meant several members who are into the "raw paleo diet" and they drink (raw) animal blood.

    Who here drinks animal blood?

  • #2
    More like, why would you?
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    • #3
      No thanks, the only blood im consuming is the bit in any medium rare steak i might consume.
      "I know what my body needs and what it can handle. There's no better way to achieve my goal than what im doing now. If my regimen leads to my death, be it in six days or six months...I will die fullfiled. The outcome is irrelavent so long as i steer towards my fate. If death is to be my prize, i welcome it with open arms."

      "A pound of meat a day keeps the doctor away"

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      • #4
        Unless...

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        • #5
          I *eat* animal blood, and love it.
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          • #6
            LOL rphlslv!

            Unless one keeps kosher, I don't see a problem with it. I don't think one could get much more Primal than that.

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            • #7
              Lmao
              "I know what my body needs and what it can handle. There's no better way to achieve my goal than what im doing now. If my regimen leads to my death, be it in six days or six months...I will die fullfiled. The outcome is irrelavent so long as i steer towards my fate. If death is to be my prize, i welcome it with open arms."

              "A pound of meat a day keeps the doctor away"

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              • #8
                Haha I posted the same thing in the disgusting thread about primal pad replacements. That picture is magical.

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                • #9
                  hahahahahaha, lmao rphlslv

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                  • #10
                    Next time I set foot in San Franciso, nothing will get in the way of dinner at Incanto. Chris Cosentino is a primal genius. The menu centers around fifth quarter cuts and whole animal cooking. He also runs his own charcuterie.

                    Great vids on youtube and a fabulous blog/website if you google him.

                    http://www.starchefs.com/features/he...osentino.shtml

                    Chocolate Blood Pudding
                    Chef Chris Cosentino of Incanto – San Francisco, CA
                    Adapted by StarChefs.com
                    Yield: 6 Servings
                    Ingredients:
                    • 3 1/3 cups heavy cream, plus 1 teaspoon
                    • ¾ cup sugar
                    • 1 cup pig’s blood*
                    • 2 Tablespoons cocoa powder
                    • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
                    • 1 Tablespoon cracked black pepper
                    • 3½ sheets gelatin
                    • ¾ lemon peel
                    • 6 (4-ounce) ramekins
                    • Pitted Bing cherries to garnish

                      *Pig’s blood can be bought from your local butcher, or at some Asian markets where it comes congealed in cubes.

                    Method:
                    In a medium non-reactive saucepan, combine 2 1/3 cups of the cream, sugar, pig’s blood, cocoa powder, ground cinnamon, and cracked black pepper. (Save 1 cup of cream aside to bloom the sheet gelatin.) Bring the mixture to a boil, stirring gently. Remove from heat and let the flavor develop by steeping the liquid like tea. Bloom the gelatin in the remaining cup of cream for 5 minutes, or until soft. Strain the steeped liquid; add the gelatin and cream. Strain the final mixture through a fine-meshed sieved; pour into chilled ramekins that have been sprayed with pan spray. Allow to set in the refrigerator for 4 hours.
                    To Assemble and Serve:
                    Dip each ramekin into hot water and then gently shake the panna cotta free from its mold onto a serving plate. Garnish with freshly pitted Bing cherries. Serve immediately.



                    Wine Pairing
                    The first thing that comes to sommelier Ed Ruiz’s mind to pair with this is RA, a Sannio Aglianico Passito by Bruno DeConciliis of Cilento in Campania. Recioto della Valpolicella would be another fine pairing. Another good option is to choose a fruitier ruby non-Italian port, preferably an L.B.V. rather than a vintage.

                    either would be fine with me. I love port but the Sannio Aglianico Passito sounds *perfect*



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                    • #11
                      Last time I cooked heart it had some blood in it.

                      Originally posted by SerialSinner View Post
                      I *eat* animal blood, and love it.
                      Do you buy it or do you make your own? If so, do you have any recipes?

                      Thanks for the recipe Cillakat. I wonder what my butcher will say when I ask for blood.

                      Some recent threads have me thinking that next time I hit a roo with the car I should take it home and eat it.

                      EDIT: I wonder what nutritional benefits there are to blood? I suspect there are some.
                      Last edited by Bushrat; 07-21-2010, 11:17 PM.
                      A steak a day keeps the doctor away

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Bushrat View Post
                        Some recent threads have me thinking that next time I hit a roo with the car I should take it home and eat it.
                        Unfortunately last time I hit a Wallaby was in a National Park. But better to take them home than have them rot on the roadside
                        Four years Primal with influences from Jaminet & Shanahan and a focus on being anti-inflammatory. Using Primal to treat CVD and prevent stents from blocking free of drugs.

                        Eat creatures nose-to-tail (animal, fowl, fish, crustacea, molluscs), a large variety of vegetables (raw, cooked and fermented, including safe starches), dairy (cheese & yoghurt), occasional fruit, cocoa, turmeric & red wine

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                        • #13
                          When they rot on the roadside, they are fodder for other creatures.

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                          • #14
                            Blood sausage is one of my favorite foods. Sometimes when I thaw meat and have a lot of blood left over I'll cook it up in a pan real quick- it's sorta like scrambled eggs. I don't think I'd drink it, just because I'm paranoid about catching something, as improbable as it is.

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                            • #15
                              We used to have blood pancakes and sausages made from sheep blood as I was a kid. I remember I liked it a lot and it was very filling.
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