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    Ah -- try topping with (or mashing with) KEFIR...

    Ah -- try topping with (or mashing with) KEFIR and cracked pepper, maybe a little salt. Absolutely amazing flavor!
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    I'm with you . . . and I ADORE my coffee black.

    I'm with you . . . and I ADORE my coffee black.
  3. I second edennperez -- rinse then smell. The...

    I second edennperez -- rinse then smell. The only time this hasn't worked for me has been when I've left a package thawing too long in the fridge. It's happened a couple of times and when it does,...
  4. Thread: The Inner Wolf

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    Cool. Thanks for posting.

    Cool. Thanks for posting.
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    This Grammar Nazi** will happily join you and...

    This Grammar Nazi** will happily join you and thanks you for the invitation.

    That said, it's "join my journal friends and ME . . ." (You wouldn't say "join I in this experiment")

    >^..^<
    ...
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    Another take on the willpower/downward spiral...

    Another take on the willpower/downward spiral cycle comes from Jack Trimpey of Rational Recover (Rational Recovery | Welcome to Rational Recovery). Trimpey's system, Addictive Voice Recognition...
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    Our family ALWAYS had dessert -- ice cream AND...

    Our family ALWAYS had dessert -- ice cream AND something home-baked by Mama. At age 64, I'm still getting over that.

    I agree that a good tooth brushing will break the sweet-eat cycle.

    But if...
  8. I, too, do far better on the IF /single meal...

    I, too, do far better on the IF /single meal program. Always have. I've never been able to lose or maintain a healthy body composition on 3 squares a day, or -- HORRORS! -- lots it itsy bitsy meals...
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    Silvergirl ~ I enjoy a pretty regular IF...

    Silvergirl ~

    I enjoy a pretty regular IF routine of eating one evening meal and fasting-with-coffee for most of the day. I add a small amount of coconut oil to my coffee as a general rule. I...
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    Dr. Michael R. Eades covers sodium depletion in...

    Dr. Michael R. Eades covers sodium depletion in his blog post Tips and Tricks for Starting (Or Restarting) Lo Carb Pt II, The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.Tips & tricks for starting (or restarting)...
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    I'm with Annlee and Annieh here -- Bone broth...

    I'm with Annlee and Annieh here --

    Bone broth is a great breakfast for those of us whose stomachs just don't want much in the a.m. Do NOT make the silly assumption that "breakfast" has to look...
  12. Long ago (1980s) I read a magazine article that...

    Long ago (1980s) I read a magazine article that gave a useful trick -- the title of the article was "Romancing the Jolt." It was a riff on a book titled "Jolted Sober" which had been followed (of...
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    Slammed by a slab of meat. Yeah, the 6 oz steak...

    Slammed by a slab of meat. Yeah, the 6 oz steak looks teensy, especially if that's all that's on the plate. But if you slice it up r-e-a-l thin (after cooking), fan it out, eat it with a sauce of...
  14. Thread: Grain Fed Meat

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    Every once in a while my budget requires...

    Every once in a while my budget requires grass-fed beef / chicken instead of free range. I usually eat grass fed and think there's a difference, but haven't "measured" anything. I DO agree with...
  15. Go BIG -- my large crock is oval-shaped and will...

    Go BIG -- my large crock is oval-shaped and will also handle tough cuts of meat, like shoulder roasts. Keep an eye out for large pots that are sold with a small pot "bonus." I got my little one...
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    I fill the crock pot with water, which will...

    I fill the crock pot with water, which will evaporate to some degree even with the lid left on. "Congealing" in the fridge is A Very Good Thing -- that's protein! If it won't congeal, you've got...
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    Yup, vinegar goes in with the cold water. ...

    Yup, vinegar goes in with the cold water.

    Whenever I cook any meat with bones, I toss the bones into my freezer "bone bag" to include in my next batch of broth. Every once in a while, there are...
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    I make my bone broth with roasted bones --...

    I make my bone broth with roasted bones -- usually a combination of lamb, pork, beef -- and don't add anything other than about 1/4 C vinegar (to a LARGE crock-pot) until "doctoring" individual...
  19. Au contraire, jfreaksho! Au contraire! Ketosis...

    Au contraire, jfreaksho! Au contraire! Ketosis means you're using fat for fuel instead of glucose/glycogen. That's it. Many bodies -- and BRAINS -- operate far better when burning ketones. That...
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    Wow, Cori-- Dr. Gegaudas is in Portland, Oregon,...

    Wow, Cori-- Dr. Gegaudas is in Portland, Oregon, where both my buddy and I go for most of our medical stuff. (I have a Primal-Friendly MD in Hood River, Oregon.) We're just two hours east, up the...
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    Cori, thanks for the thorough background -- I'll...

    Cori, thanks for the thorough background -- I'll be watching your n=1 with interest. I've just persuaded my long-time best friend to try LC. She eats "clean" (heck, I buy my grass fed meat from...
  22. Good list, Lissee, and thanks for the reminder....

    Good list, Lissee, and thanks for the reminder. I'm about to go on an 8 day trip where, although I will have a kitchen, I'll be surrounded by carb-eating sisters (corn on the cob, pie, home-baked...
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    Purely anecdotal and Her Mileage May Vary --

    I'm now 64, female, and have had osteo-arthritis issues for the last 8 years or so. The arthritis in my thumb joints and fingers was particularly...
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    Here's Lookin' at YOU, Keed-ohs!

    Whoo-HOO! A major goal accomplished! I FINALLY read through to the end of this thread, having savored (almost) every bit and bite. With special thanks, of course to PaleoBird, but you ALL did it...
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    Ethics Question -- Feeding Non-Pirmals

    Does it make anyone squirm that I make sugar-free, primal jerky (i.e., wheat-free tamari, not too much Worcestershire) with lean roasts from Costco for gifting my non-primal family and friends,...
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