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    Bet they'd be lovely with brie too - a slightly...

    Bet they'd be lovely with brie too - a slightly underripe one so that it would take baking without running out...
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    These sound STUNNING!! I shall be making these to...

    These sound STUNNING!! I shall be making these to hand round with drinks for visitors...
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    I also add salt - but I haven't tried butter!

    I also add salt - but I haven't tried butter!
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    I also add salt - but I haven't tried butter!

    I also add salt - but I haven't tried butter!
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    That looks interesting - but do you avoid masa...

    That looks interesting - but do you avoid masa marina? Here's a good method which uses it

    Mexico in my Kitchen: How to make corn Homemade Tortillas/Cómo hacer tortillas de maíz en casa.|Authentic...
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    I'd be interested to know what happens if you...

    I'd be interested to know what happens if you have sun chokes daily for about a week! See if your SO could handle it by day 5!!!
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    I've introduced oats into my diet - usually about...

    I've introduced oats into my diet - usually about 3 or 4 times a week as either porridge or organic oat cakes - and they have been little short of miraculous in helping relieve IBS D symptoms. I also...
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    I'm using my pressure cooking progressively more...

    I'm using my pressure cooking progressively more - the more reading I do, the less I think there is anything to concern me, and I do love the quick and easy bone broths which gel so much better than...
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    I still crave / eat a lot of meat - but the...

    I still crave / eat a lot of meat - but the AMAZING result of eating more RS (in the form of potato starch, tiger nuts, soaked and fermented pulses, mung bean noodles) is that I can eat Jerusalem...
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    i'm a potato lover too. Good local UK organic...

    i'm a potato lover too. Good local UK organic spuds - excellent choice of nutritious and cheap food. And delicious.
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    Liver. Eggs. Fish roe. Potatoes. Root veg esp...

    Liver. Eggs. Fish roe. Potatoes. Root veg esp beets.
  12. The thread directly below yours has a great...

    The thread directly below yours has a great sounding recipe

    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread111421.html

    I was about to post something very similar but not need. You can replace the...
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    I cook chicken bones for about 1 hour for stock -...

    I cook chicken bones for about 1 hour for stock - I've tried longer, but honestly can't say I see any difference in flavour or gelling. Small pork or beef bones, pressure cook for 90 minutes. And the...
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    It makes a great addition to chill - and if red...

    It makes a great addition to chill - and if red palm oil is used to fry things first, massive increase in nutrition...
  15. It is an excellent cooking fat...

    It is an excellent cooking fat...
  16. I would think that the "gaminess" would depend on...

    I would think that the "gaminess" would depend on how long the beef has been hung. Our British beef is almost all grass fed, but the quality of the butchering / hanging makes a huge difference. Most...
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    I use her method too. Super quick and makes a...

    I use her method too. Super quick and makes a wonderfully moist, light omelet.

    Edited to add - I NEVER crack the eggs straight into a mixing bowl - years ago, I was doing this with 6 eggs and the...
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    Link here to DR Ayers site - Feb 2014. ...

    Link here to DR Ayers site - Feb 2014.

    Cooling Inflammation: Paleo Gut Flora Repair

    I've bought the book he recommends, Fermented Vegetables, by Kirsten and Christopher Shockey, and will be...
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    I like julienned smoked salmon and fresh chopped...

    I like julienned smoked salmon and fresh chopped dill sprinkled onto the omelette when it is almost cooked. Also, crisp fried bacon and grated cheddar cheese are excellent as a topping / filling.
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    That looks brilliant - will be making that! I'll...

    That looks brilliant - will be making that! I'll probably use neck of lamb with bones in - then it will make a broth as it cooks. Tanks for posting!
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    Chickens are omnivores and in the wild would eat...

    Chickens are omnivores and in the wild would eat all sorts of seeds, bugs, little worms etc. An awful lot of birds eat various seeds as their main food source - and wild birds don't carry much fat....
  22. Chickens are delicious. They are omnivores. The...

    Chickens are delicious. They are omnivores. The amount of fat they contain is very small. A few helpings of chicken a week is not going to load you up with excess omega 6. Roast and enjoy!

    Also,...
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    Hi Pamela. Interesting article! I couldn't...

    Hi Pamela.

    Interesting article! I couldn't help thinking, though, that "familial Body Shapes" could result from the fact that the majority of people in any one family will be eating the same foods...
  24. Fascinating article here Crisco – how...

    Fascinating article here

    Crisco – how marketing trumped nutrition! | Real Food Houston

    I believe that the move away from lard as the main cooking fat and the adoption of "artificial" fats in...
  25. I avoid wheat / rye / spelt etc like the plague,...

    I avoid wheat / rye / spelt etc like the plague, but I do eat white rice a few times a week. Cutting out gluten and any seed oils seem to have improved my health vastly.
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