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    Perhaps the OP meant that her daughter has...

    Perhaps the OP meant that her daughter has refused breast milk for 3 days?
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    One interesting thing I remember from my...

    One interesting thing I remember from my linguistics class is that there are many cultures in which people never talk to infants. They don't speak to a child until the child begins to speak on its...
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    Daily Life of Paleolithic Women

    Since the other thread has been hijacked... if anybody is interested in discussing what life was like for Paleolithic women, let's do it here.

    I don't know much about this subject so I won't post...
  4. In most hunter-gatherer societies, collecting...

    In most hunter-gatherer societies, collecting firewood and water is women's responsibility. That means a lot of heavy lifting.
  5. Thread: Lumpy cream

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    Yeah, my cream is lower-temp pasteurized, whereas...

    Yeah, my cream is lower-temp pasteurized, whereas the few times I've bought conventional cream its never happened.

    Anyway, thanks for the info everyone.
  6. Thread: Lumpy cream

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    Lumpy cream

    I've been buying cream at my local farmer's market. For some reason, the cream always gets lumpy after a couple days. Like there will be one big, Greek yogurt-textured lump in the bottle. If I can...
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    Cool, thanks. Hmm... I wonder if that will...

    Cool, thanks.



    Hmm... I wonder if that will affect my popsicles. I remember making yogurt pops a long time ago that worked fine but it was unnatural sweetened stuff.
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    Do the cultures in yogurt survive freezing?

    I was given a set of popsicle molds and I'm thinking of making popsicles out of blended yogurt and fruit. I was just curious if freezing would kill the bacteria in the yogurt.

    Oh, and if you've...
  9. Lol. The author recommends strength training for...

    Lol. The author recommends strength training for bone health, but he acknowledges that no research has been done on the effect of strength training on mood. If they did a study, maybe they would find...
  10. Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain

    This is a really interesting book by John Ratey. It's all about how exercise improves learning, reduces depression and anxiety, and lowers the risk of developing Alzheimer's. The author supports...
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    NOVA | Lice and Human Evolution...

    NOVA | Lice and Human Evolution

    All I'm gonna say is I don't think waxing the chest is very primal.
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    Hey, as long as we're talking about breasts......

    Hey, as long as we're talking about breasts... check out the Normal Breast Gallery! Yay!

    Normal Breasts Gallery, part 1 - pictures of different size and shape breasts. Women who have not been...
  13. Ooh, could you post the recipe, pretty please?...

    Ooh, could you post the recipe, pretty please? (In the recipes section... I'm not trying to hijack the thread!)
  14. Thread: Sugar in my Tea

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    Well, I like Stash and Adagio, but I have to...

    Well, I like Stash and Adagio, but I have to order them online. I've also had good results with Taylor's of Harrowgate, which isn't even whole leaves, just pieces, but still loose (not in tea...
  15. Thread: Sugar in my Tea

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    Around here, I have to go to an upscale grocery...

    Around here, I have to go to an upscale grocery store like Whole Foods to get loose leaf tea. Most stores just have shitty Lipton teabags. It's worth the trouble, though. It will seem expensive, btw,...
  16. Thread: Sugar in my Tea

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    Try drinking it without sugar for a while and see...

    Try drinking it without sugar for a while and see if you can get used to it. Use whole-leaf black tea, and cold brew it (just put cold water on the tea leaves, put it in the fridge, and wait 12...
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    I'm not a hunter, but that's pretty cool! Reminds...

    I'm not a hunter, but that's pretty cool! Reminds me of the hunting and fishing museum in Munich.
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    I did the baking soda and vinegar thing for a...

    I did the baking soda and vinegar thing for a while and it make my hair stretchy, breakable, and very easily tangled. Now I co-wash with Whole Foods grapefruit conditioner. No shampoo--just scrub...
  19. Thread: Buy the Book

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    Honestly the cover design puts me off. In...

    Honestly the cover design puts me off. In general, books with a prominent photo of the author on the cover are untrustworthy cash cows. Like celebrity cookbooks and TV pundits' stupid advice books. I...
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    Sounds like something from Wall-E.

    Sounds like something from Wall-E.
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    They fit my slightly wide feel well (definitely...

    They fit my slightly wide feel well (definitely wider than VivoBarefoot), but they're actually a bit narrow when I wear my toe socks.

    I've heard Merrell Barefoot is more narrow, maybe you should...
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    There's a product called "Thigh Society"; they...

    There's a product called "Thigh Society"; they are shorts designed for wearing under skirts to prevent thighs chafing. I haven't tried them, just remember them because of the silly name. They might...
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    Err, no, he should call them women. There's no...

    Err, no, he should call them women. There's no reason to be using the word "female" here, but creeps usually do.
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    I hope nobody's surprised by the nonsense in this...

    I hope nobody's surprised by the nonsense in this thread. You know that a man who calls women "females" is going to have a warped view of them.
  25. Thread: Constant thirst

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    Yes! I just read this article about it:...

    Yes! I just read this article about it: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/14/magazine/14diagnosis-t.html

    The patient in the article sounds like a more extreme case than my boyfriend, but otherwise...
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