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  • Originally posted by jfreaksho View Post
    Has anyone been able to find some grass-fed vegetarians? A fruitatarian would be primal, I guess...
    Meh, any vegetarian would likely have too much O6 and a lack of certain B vitamins. If you're going to dine on "long pig" I think aboriginal fisherman livers would be the way to go. I still haven't been able to find a good source for those since Mark mentioned them as a preferred food of New Guinea highlanders.

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    • Originally posted by CattyB View Post
      Just what the heck is a "vegetarian meal"?? Can't I just do as others here have suggested and make a meal or two OF a vegetarian....D'ya think that I could get those talk-show hucksters to volunteer?
      I have this shirt:

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      • Originally posted by timothy View Post
        i still haven't been able to find a good source for those since mark mentioned them as a preferred food of new guinea highlanders.
        there can only be one!!!!!!!!!!!

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        • Originally posted by HeatherJ View Post
          there can only be one!!!!!!!!!!!
          **sharpening sword**

          Dracil; Great shirt!! I want one. (will look online here in a few).

          I guess that's why babies and small children are so darned cute...so that we don't try to turn them into long-pig veal....or would it be long-piglet?

          As far as 'vegetarian meat' -- how's that for an oxymoron? -- I'm afraid jfreakshow and Timothy are probably right. Too much crap has gone into them to get much but the same from them.

          I wonder how a grass finished, free-range vegetarian would be...out in the sun for plenty of vit D, not allowed access to processed foods, limit the grains and legumes for a couple months.....muahahaha, indeed!
          Started 7/5/11 at 274 lbs
          Now 214 -- that's 60 lbs!
          Goal 160 lbs -- last time there was in junior high!


          "The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money." (Margaret Thatcher)

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          • Originally posted by CattyB View Post

            I wonder how a grass finished, free-range vegetarian would be...out in the sun for plenty of vit D, not allowed access to processed foods, limit the grains and legumes for a couple months.....muahahaha, indeed!
            You know, darnit, that they would be primal, because the only vegetarians smart enough to go grass fed, unprocessed, limited grains and legumes... would be meat eaters!!! So, are we reduced to eating ourselves?

            "I have seen the enemy, and he is me?"

            Bad, I know.
            The eyes of all hope in thee, O Lord: and thou givest them meat in due season.
            Psalms 144:15

            Annie Sires

            Freedom consists not in doing what we like, but in having the right to do what we ought.
            Pope John Paul II

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            • Strawberry Cake with Whipped Strawberry Rose Frosting - Bakingdom - I feel like telling her something about her cancer awareness cake but I don't want to be insensitive.

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              • Originally posted by athomeontherange View Post
                I am amazed at some people who don't seem to think their feet are part of their body and they do not take care of them. I have never had grodie feet but since going primal, I notice I do not have to upkeep them as much- the skin is so healthy.
                I used to have a teenaged employee who said, "My feet are the grossest part of my body. I don't even like to look at them."

                Several questions went unasked...

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                • Originally posted by sires6 View Post
                  You know, darnit, that they would be primal, because the only vegetarians smart enough to go grass fed, unprocessed, limited grains and legumes... would be meat eaters!!! So, are we reduced to eating ourselves?

                  "I have seen the enemy, and he is me?"

                  Bad, I know.
                  I had thought about that after turning off the computer last night... wouldn't it be cannibalism, then?

                  That's when we'd give them the choice... if they've mended their evil ways, we don't eat them and welcome them with open arms to the tribe. If they're still spouting vegan propaganda (despite being forcibly removed from the lifestyle) and griping about killing da "poor defenseless critters" for "no justifiably viable reason", we welcome their flesh into our bellies!
                  Started 7/5/11 at 274 lbs
                  Now 214 -- that's 60 lbs!
                  Goal 160 lbs -- last time there was in junior high!


                  "The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money." (Margaret Thatcher)

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                  • Somehow I don't think eating people will win them over.



                    ~rc

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                    • Originally posted by sixpack-rc View Post
                      Somehow I don't think eating people will win them over.



                      ~rc
                      totally depends on how good you are
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                      • Originally posted by sixpack-rc View Post
                        Somehow I don't think eating people will win them over.



                        ~rc
                        You're doing it wrong... ;>

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                        • Originally posted by sarah1990 View Post
                          So according to the commercial I just saw apparently honey oat cheerios contain oat fibre that helps lower cholesterol. Wow.
                          Thanks for providing the "LOL of the Day"!
                          52 year old Male
                          Goal: 185lbs
                          April 10th: 220lbs

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                          • While I appreciate their emphasis of choosing whole foods over prepackaged ones, I knew before I even clicked the link that they would also push whole grains and low fat. If only they had "ambushed" a Paleo person.

                            Grocery Cart Ambush
                            2011 - The year I went Primal
                            Start weight: 198 / Waist: 32"
                            CW: 158.5 / Waist: 28"
                            GW: 145-ish
                            Supplements: Calcium and O-3 in AM. Natural Calm, Valerian Root Extract and sublingual Melatonin in PM (for lifelong chronic insomnia).

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                            • A co-worker just brought in some Kroger Carb-Master yogurt and was extolling it's virtues at being low-carb (6 grams!!), cheap (only 40 cents), and really tasty. I looked it up...water, milk protein concentrate, whey protein concentrate, cream, modified corn starch, glycerine.... junk, junk, chemicals, junk, cultures --- "Passes the USDA requirement for active live cultures" <--like that makes a big difference!!

                              What ever happened to just milk/cream and cultures + a little fruit or honey if you want sweet yogurt? My other 2 co-workers (there's 4 of us total down here) just kept exclaiming over how great it was while I looked up the info, shook my head --- then typed this.

                              *_* gotta luv dat CW!!
                              Started 7/5/11 at 274 lbs
                              Now 214 -- that's 60 lbs!
                              Goal 160 lbs -- last time there was in junior high!


                              "The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money." (Margaret Thatcher)

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                              • From the Kellogg's Web site: Kellogg provides a variety of other fiber-filled foods, including Kellogg’s® Froot Loops®, Apple Jacks® and Corn Pops® cereals; Kellogg’s FiberPlus™ bars and cereals; Frosted Mini-Wheats® cereal; and Special K® cereals and protein products.

                                These products are recommended for kids to start off their day so they get a whole 3 grams of fiber in one serving and will be ready to do well in school.

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