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    I am afraid I am getting VERY tired of KN's...

    I am afraid I am getting VERY tired of KN's rubbish. A troll?
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    Have you ever READ Wrangham's book? If not - do.

    Have you ever READ Wrangham's book? If not - do.
  3. Meat that has been hung for a reasonable time (21...

    Meat that has been hung for a reasonable time (21 - 28 days) can go very dark. Clarissa Dixon Wright (UK cookery writer / television cook) used to suggest buying steak which is mahogany coloured to...
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    I read Wrangham's book "Catching Fire" and...

    I read Wrangham's book "Catching Fire" and thought to was brilliant. Truly plausible theory and explains SO much.
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    Agree. I reckon you have the check mate argument...

    Agree. I reckon you have the check mate argument here!!!
  6. I liked the article and I'm so pleased that the...

    I liked the article and I'm so pleased that the message is finally getting out. Not so much here in the UK...sadly.
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    Chickpea and Beetroot hummus

    Delicious! For those who eat legumes / pulses, this is a winner with lots of nutrients.

    Tip a mug of chickpeas into a bowl, cover in very hot salted water and soak for 36 hours upwards to 48....
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    I don't usually peel the potatoes if they arrive...

    I don't usually peel the potatoes if they arrive in my organic veg box - just a good scrub is fine. If, however, they are "factory farmed" from the supermarket - they get peeled. Same with all my...
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    I tend to agree with this.

    I tend to agree with this.
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    There is plenty of evidence of "primitive" use of...

    There is plenty of evidence of "primitive" use of teeth cleaning methods, dating back into antiquity. Perhaps this is why numerous people ate cooked carbs WITHOUT caries...

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    I haven't used rice for breakfast, but I DO often...

    I haven't used rice for breakfast, but I DO often have cooked / cooled potatoes which I then fry, which have a good RS content, with some veg such as spinach, beet greens etc and either eggs,...
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    Can you cite examples to prove your...

    Can you cite examples to prove your "Archeological facts" please? I've read much of Western A Prices' "Nutrition and Physical Degeneration" and I cannot remember anywhere where he found that cooked...
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    Out of interest - what was your last implement?...

    Out of interest - what was your last implement? Mine is a Dualit blender and I don't have anything to compare it with...
  14. I long since composted mine - the worms are still...

    I long since composted mine - the worms are still doing WELL!
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    I am also going to disagree! I've been washing...

    I am also going to disagree! I've been washing the grains and jar for years and the "colony" seems to be super healthy. Both my milk kefir and my water kefir get the same treatment and honestly, I...
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    I have had that - a white surface coating that...

    I have had that - a white surface coating that looks quite different to the kefir beneath it. This is when I chuck it into a sieve, rinse it thoroughly and start again in a clean container. I...
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    How long are you leaving the kefir to "ferment"?...

    How long are you leaving the kefir to "ferment"? I've had that a couple of times when I've forgotten and left it out too long - and have strained the kefir away, rinsed the grains in running tap...
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    I have never agitated my kefir - it just sits on...

    I have never agitated my kefir - it just sits on the kitchen counter for 48 hours, gets strained and a new batch started. And it works really well. If I want to have a kefir "holiday" I just put it...
  19. Home made with grains. Good kefir site here ...

    Home made with grains. Good kefir site here

    Dom's About Kefir in-site
  20. Here's a guide to brining, times and quantity of...

    Here's a guide to brining, times and quantity of salt. Awesome results!!!
    http://modernistcuisine.com/recipes/injection-brining/
  21. I like this idea!

    I like this idea!
  22. A litre every day does seem like a huge amount. I...

    A litre every day does seem like a huge amount. I make / use milk kefir but use it infrequently - as a sort of good bug "top up". I'll typically have a tablespoon of kefir two times a day, three or...
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    As a Brit living in England - we do have hot...

    As a Brit living in England - we do have hot summers you know! And hot kitchens in a good year! I've yet to see a kitchen with a spring running through it - flood risk, I would imagine, given how...
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    I'm nowe making water kefir which I plan on using...

    I'm nowe making water kefir which I plan on using in the smoothies... Alternating with milk kefir. Hope it isn't too big a dose of probiotics!
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    This sounds a good base. I'm also planning to use...

    This sounds a good base. I'm also planning to use either dandelion greens, nettles or ground elder when they are around - as they are now. Does the avocado make it as "creamy" as banana?
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