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  1. Excalibur 5 tray food dehydrator with 26 hour timer in UK

    I have an Excalibur 5 tray food dehydrator with 26 hour timer for sale, used about 5 times. It's the exact model given by the link and I actually originally bought it from there for 279. I'm in...
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    Vibrams and Vibram Sole Material - UK

    Hello UK Grokkers.

    I bought a 4mm Vibram #7175 Cherry Slip-Resistant Rubber Soling Sheet from the USA, but I've not even opened it and don't plan to use it now, so I would like to sell it on to...
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    Hello Southampton people! I also live in...

    Hello Southampton people! I also live in Southampton (Highfield) and have been primal for about a year now. Perhaps we could meet up and swap tips? I'd love to meet other primal people! I've just...
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    Found another one: Alarm clock wakes you to...

    Found another one:

    Alarm clock wakes you to the smell of cooking bacon — Lost At E Minor: For creative people
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    Bacon-Based Fun

    Just Stumbled upon these:

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000SSV8AA/?tag=047-20

    :)
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    I realise this a very delayed response, but I'd...

    I realise this a very delayed response, but I'd like to thank you for your suggestion - I tried them and like them very much.

    My favourite use of them is to mash up some ginger and garlic in a...
  7. I use coconut aminos and I love them. I mash up...

    I use coconut aminos and I love them. I mash up some ginger and garlic in a pestle and mortar, add some coconut aminos and then smear over chicken (especially chicken wings) and roast. I think it...
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    Food Renegade: Good for recipes!

    Hi y'all,

    I've just discovered Food Renegade and already made 3 of their recipes today. My favourite was this:

    Bacon-Wrapped Salmon Cakes With Asparagus | Food Renegade

    which is delicious,...
  9. Boil-like spots when I drink coffee! autoimmune response or other reason?

    I'm puzzled as to why this might happen and I'd appreciate any help working it out:

    When I drink coffee (or tea) I get large, red painful spots that are like small boils, on my legs. They appear...
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    @CillaKat - I'm on G+ and we're already friends!...

    @CillaKat - I'm on G+ and we're already friends! :)
  11. +1 :)

    +1 :)
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    I've upped the veggies a bit today and so far...

    I've upped the veggies a bit today and so far it's helped.

    I'm already taking magnesium supplements, the only thing I had changed was the amount of carbs, so I assume it has something to do with...
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    Do you not find that you have to go through the...

    Do you not find that you have to go through the low carb flu again if you eat those foods?
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    Loafingcactus - what kind of things should I eat...

    Loafingcactus - what kind of things should I eat on a refeed? I find that even butternut squash makes me feel rubbish, so should I just eat a lot of green veg?
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    Trouble is I wasn't losing weight on extra carbs...

    Trouble is I wasn't losing weight on extra carbs and I've got quite a way left to go. It's started coming off now I'm vlc.
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    I choose the best quality coconut milk that only...

    I choose the best quality coconut milk that only contains coconut extract and guar gum at most, and even then I only have some every 10 days.
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    Heart thumping on low carb primal

    I've been primal for nearly 4 months now and am also low carbing it to lose weight. My diet consists solely of meat, fish, green leafy veg, eggs and the occasional can of coconut milk. Since four...
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    I liked your article. So much so, that I've...

    I liked your article. So much so, that I've posted it on Facebook. The sentence I particularly liked was: "Secondhand knowledge will always be inferior to one’s own practical experience." - this has...
  19. Thread: Math gurus

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    or "log cabin plus sea", which could be a beach...

    or "log cabin plus sea", which could be a beach hut in the UK :)
  20. Thread: Math gurus

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    I love that joke! I say beach hut though :)

    I love that joke! I say beach hut though :)
  21. Thread: Math gurus

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    Maths + XKCD + Primal = Awesome!

    Maths + XKCD + Primal = Awesome!
  22. Thread: Math gurus

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    I'm doing a PhD in maths - I'm using stochastic...

    I'm doing a PhD in maths - I'm using stochastic differential equations to model genetic regulatory networks :)
  23. Thread: NO carb??

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    Having read Bee's article I'm wondering if they...

    Having read Bee's article I'm wondering if they are palpitations at all - what I'm experiencing is that I can feel my heart beating strongly and faster than normal. I can actually feel it beating...
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    Ive felt better eating lower carb but the...

    Ive felt better eating lower carb but the palpitations are worrying me. They occur a few hours after eating and seem to be calmed after eating. I only eat meat, fish and egss and very low carb veg. I...
  25. Jerky!

    Jerky!
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