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    Has anyone noticed a significant difference in...

    Has anyone noticed a significant difference in texture between different sources of GFB?
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    Yes. In fact, the last meal was Chili that was...

    Yes. In fact, the last meal was Chili that was cooked on low for 6-8 hours. Still chewier than the cornfed stuff.
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    Their website lists it as all Black Angus.

    Their website lists it as all Black Angus.
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    Grassfed Texture

    So, we've been buying chuck roasts and steaks from a local farm and we haven't been to fond of the texture. Unless we run it through the grinder a couple of times, everything is rather chewy. I've...
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    RichHahogany, He's pulling this stuff out of...

    RichHahogany,

    He's pulling this stuff out of his ass. Your stomach makes IF which transports B12. This complex is then absorbed in the terminal ileum. He obviously doesn't know how the process...
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    This is irrelevant. You claimed you couldn't...

    This is irrelevant. You claimed you couldn't source sufficient amounts from meat, and you were wrong. Your stomach produces IF from your parietal cells to transport b12, so you're wrong about that...
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    cobalamin, you do realize that a serving of liver...

    cobalamin, you do realize that a serving of liver provides about 10x your daily b12 requirements, right? Shellfish are also high in b12.
  8. Thread: Into the Wild

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    Dick Proenneke is one of my heroes. I remember...

    Dick Proenneke is one of my heroes. I remember watching that video when I was in my early teens.
  9. Thread: Into the Wild

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    He certainly wasn't a dumbass. He took some...

    He certainly wasn't a dumbass. He took some calculated risks and things didn't work out. In the end he was poisoned by a fairly unknown fungus that was growing on some of the wild potato seeds he...
  10. Maybe you're lower than you think. Low bodyfat...

    Maybe you're lower than you think. Low bodyfat numbers are often associated with increased hunger and decreased sleep. Increased wakefulness is your body's way of trying to get you on the search...
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    Kim, I was listening to a Chris Kresser podcast...

    Kim, I was listening to a Chris Kresser podcast recently regarding sleep. He seemed to suggest that for many, the original cause of insomnia gets corrected early on, yet the problem persists. He...
  12. You may want to stop the intermittent fasting...

    You may want to stop the intermittent fasting during the darker seasons. Your seratonin/melatonin cycle is tightly regulated with your sun exposure and first meal. When the light decreases during...
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    Walden

    Walden
  14. You need to stick with a Linear Progression...

    You need to stick with a Linear Progression program until you no longer progress. The beginner routine outlined in Starting Strength is good, but I prefer something more along the lines of the...
  15. Well, for me it's because I don't want to be a...

    Well, for me it's because I don't want to be a weakling. Holding more muscle means I can push more weight.
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    I was eating twice a day until I started trying...

    I was eating twice a day until I started trying to put on a little weight. It's just too hard for me to get 3500 calories in two meals.
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    I often eat cooked foods after they have been...

    I often eat cooked foods after they have been refrigerated for many hours and are still cold. Best of both worlds? :-)
  18. I don't think being fat-adapted, in terms of...

    I don't think being fat-adapted, in terms of substrate usage, would help very much. I think being cold adapted would be far more beneficial in terms of maintaining core temperatures in the cold. I...
  19. God only knows what we've done to our water...

    God only knows what we've done to our water tables with inorganic farming.
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    I've never done it myself, but have always wanted...

    I've never done it myself, but have always wanted to. If you don't mind me asking, what kind of job did he take that would require this? I've been needing a change.
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    Are there any out there that aren't mixed with...

    Are there any out there that aren't mixed with safflower oil?
  22. impala, I was wondering the same thing.

    impala, I was wondering the same thing.
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    I would think raw foods would take longer to...

    I would think raw foods would take longer to process and as a result, you'd end up with more food in your gut at any one time. Cooking also removes moisture, so there's some weight removal right...
  24. No, small amounts of grains are not paleo. ...

    No, small amounts of grains are not paleo. Barring a few isolated tribes mashing up some cattails as far back as 20,000 years or so, paleolithic people just didn't eat grains...even in small amounts.
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    I could imagine. We were going to put ours in...

    I could imagine. We were going to put ours in daycare (would have just started a few days ago), but were lucky enough to be able to make things work on just one salary.
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