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    Well, it also has soybeans in it apparently. But...

    Well, it also has soybeans in it apparently. But I did know a couple that spoke highly of Julian Bakery years ago, that did stuff. As late, I've been sprouting my beans before making stuff with...
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    Poll: See, solution in place. In the meta, we will be...

    See, solution in place. In the meta, we will be transitioning bit by bit to a post-agriculture food supply. It wont be any time soon due to supply/demand economics, but the same supply/demand...
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    Poll: Eh, we'll create a new spray. Inhibit this,...

    Eh, we'll create a new spray. Inhibit this, block that, etc.

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    Nah, not at all. Best of luck for the Bar! M.

    Nah, not at all. Best of luck for the Bar!

    M.
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    Oddly, it didn't stimulate much discussion, in...

    Oddly, it didn't stimulate much discussion, in spite of flying in the face of Primal/Paleo a bit.

    M.
  6. 5-6 hours is the average. It'll be worse when...

    5-6 hours is the average. It'll be worse when the kid's here. Instant coffee is my friend.

    M.
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    Free the Animal on Iron

    Iron, Food Enrichment and The Theory of Everything | Free The Animal

    An interesting read. Correlation does not equal causation, but there is a bit of method to this.

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    Alright, well, I appear to be wrong. M.

    Alright, well, I appear to be wrong.

    M.
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    Worth noting that TQP is training (finished...

    Worth noting that TQP is training (finished training?) to be a patent lawyer. This is the mentality that she will more or less need to execute her job well, even if it's at odds with something else....
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    Nope, see below. Yep yep; "glutinous" rice...

    Nope, see below.



    Yep yep; "glutinous" rice is super sticky. It's the stickyness that lets it make the jello-y kind of "pastry", rather than something you'll need a spoon for.

    M.
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    Joanie, this has been my experience. I wasn't...

    Joanie, this has been my experience.

    I wasn't born until the late 80's, so I've not lived in a pre-ingredients label or nutrition facts world. I wonder if the same split conversation was had back...
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    Slimcados.

    So I just encountered this last evening while getting some Haas: Brooks Tropicals - SlimCado Avocado

    What the shit. Avocado is fatfruit. Don't give me a fatfruit with 1/3 less fat.

    Food...
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    Here's an article Mark put up that covers it:...

    Here's an article Mark put up that covers it:
    The Health Benefits of Turmeric | Mark's Daily Apple

    Hah, these days any kind of plant thing with more nutrient density than Wonder Bread is some...
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    Poll: It's an honest one, and not exclusive to the...

    It's an honest one, and not exclusive to the French at all. Here in the US, those examples were all "reds" or "Commies" as well, in spite of the fact that none of them left the Socialism phase. ...
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    Wildrose, Mochi is really easy to make if you...

    Wildrose,

    Mochi is really easy to make if you find some proper rice flour:

    https://snowulf.com/uploads/rice-flour-mochiko_lg.jpg

    Bean paste isn't hard to come by, either.

    Aliexpress is...
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    This is the only acceptable way to eat corn: ...

    This is the only acceptable way to eat corn:

    http://localorganicmeals.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/corn-tortillas_2.jpg

    Any who say otherwise are sinners, and shall be purged >:3

    M.
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    Worth noting that the amount of curcumin in...

    Worth noting that the amount of curcumin in turmeric is quite small, and you'd need to ingest grams of turmeric to reach clinical levels.

    M.
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    Yeah, sure. I'll get right on that. M.

    Yeah, sure. I'll get right on that.

    M.
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    Poll: Socialism is not Communism. We have had...

    Socialism is not Communism. We have had (nominally) Socialist nations, but none of them have actually been Communist.

    M.
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    Poll: No, it's not. No, we haven't. I...

    No, it's not.



    No, we haven't.



    I think it's Primal Blueprint, LLC and Primal Blueprint Publishing, LLC.
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    Wakefield is a quack, and his research was bad. ...

    Wakefield is a quack, and his research was bad.

    Autism is more common now for much the same reasons ADD/ADHD was more common when I was in school: More willing and able to diagnose it.

    M.
  22. Worth noting that essential != required / cannot...

    Worth noting that essential != required / cannot do without. "Essential" materials are only ones that we don't produce ourselves, required or not.



    Dairy isn't Paleo.

    M.
  23. Two pages and no Soylent Green jokes. I am...

    Two pages and no Soylent Green jokes. I am disappoint.



    "It is every citizen's final duty to go into the tanks and become one with all the people." -Chairman Sheng-ji Yang, “Ethics for...
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    I wonder how "dark" the skin was of these...

    I wonder how "dark" the skin was of these Mesolithics and Yamayata peoples.

    Also, can you imagine being essentially the first not-brown eyed person? Don't think I want to be that person.

    M.
  25. Really? In what fashion? M.

    Really? In what fashion?

    M.
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