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  1. Best place for organic meat and produce in Burnaby, Vancouver?

    Hello! I've just moved to Vancouver from the UK, and am struggling to find a good local source of primal-friendly organic produce in the area. :confused:

    So far Walmart and T&T seem our only...
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    Exactly as Omni says - great for cooking, but...

    Exactly as Omni says - great for cooking, but stick with olive oil etc for anything cold.

    Nastiest coconut oil experience I ever had was carefully blending it into coffee I planned on drinking...
  3. Fabulous picture! I've only tried making fire...

    Fabulous picture! I've only tried making fire once... it was similarly fruitless! :o Main thing is we tried, right?

    Actually, I'd love to do a proper bushcraft skills course to learn how to do...
  4. Ooh I'll be checking that puppy out - thanks for...

    Ooh I'll be checking that puppy out - thanks for the heads up!
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    Ooh, I didn't know they had a name! :D I always...

    Ooh, I didn't know they had a name! :D I always used to get them as a kind of early warning I was about to get tonsillitis. Long before I tuned into Primal I was lucky enough to figure out it was...
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    I guess the way I see it is, if something makes...

    I guess the way I see it is, if something makes me feel awful, why would I love it?! So, sure, I did love pizza and ice cream - had the waistline and energy levels to prove it, too! :o - but it no...
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    Damn, to think I've lost in a face down with my...

    Damn, to think I've lost in a face down with my domestic cat! :o That was really impressive - thanks so much for sharing it.
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    The big trick, from what I've seen, is to ease...

    The big trick, from what I've seen, is to ease back on your pace - basically make sure your body stays in a fat burning state, rather than pillaging your muscles for glycogen. At which point I've...
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    Poll: I think "relaxed" is about the best fit I can...

    I think "relaxed" is about the best fit I can think of, though in general I'm probably more "strict". I'm currently experimenting to see how different dairy products affect me, but rapidly drawing...
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    Sounds like you need tastier meals! :D ...

    Sounds like you need tastier meals! :D

    Seriously, though, I'm afraid I do love water. Just plain water. Absolutely my drink of choice... has been ever since I was a little girl. No idea why, but...
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    I tend to take flip flops with me when I walk...

    I tend to take flip flops with me when I walk barefoot as a quick and easy thing to slip on my feet if the ground gets too ouchy, but for longer walking they've given me random pain in the past....
  12. Coming at this from another angle, I'd love some...

    Coming at this from another angle, I'd love some kind of Primal camp just for the sheer fun of getting to dive right in for a week! I'm the only person of my social circle adhering as best they can...
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    I normally find myself dropping down to around...

    I normally find myself dropping down to around 6.5-7 hours in the summer, but summer's basically been cancelled in Britain this year so I'm still on spring/autumn sleeping time! :D

    Mainly I'd say...
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    I've seen a few places recommend this... it is...

    I've seen a few places recommend this... it is delicious, though given it's also basically pure sugar, I like to at least sprinkle some cinnamon or top, or preferably add some ingredients to balance...
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    Yup, Piskie is spot on. Intermittent fasting is...

    Yup, Piskie is spot on. Intermittent fasting is simply extended periods without food. Assume you're already fasting for at least eight hours a day while you sleep, and take it from there. You'll find...
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    Seriously is - not a word of overstatement. Like...

    Seriously is - not a word of overstatement. Like any destructive addiction, if you can just get through that initial recalibration stage, you'll look back and marvel at what a hold it had over your...
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    Fabulous news on both fronts - warmest...

    Fabulous news on both fronts - warmest congratulations!

    Given how heavy-handed advertising is nowadays, that's one mighty powerful psychological tool you've provided for your girl, too. I know...
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    Yup, my energy levels and overall well being seem...

    Yup, my energy levels and overall well being seem closely tied to fat intake too. For what it's worth, after diving in the coconut-oil-and-butter pool and doing backstroke for a few weeks, I found...
  19. Thread: Spouse support

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    It's really not that hard to cater for two diets:...

    It's really not that hard to cater for two diets: our dinners generally consist of meat, vegetables, then I'll add some potato or rice on the side for him, extra fat (butter, salad dressing, etc) for...
  20. Thread: Damn Roommates

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    Yeah, I totally go with the smell test......

    Yeah, I totally go with the smell test... especially with meat. Reheat it thoroughly in a hot pan or oven, and you're good to go!
  21. Wow! That looks glorious!

    Wow! That looks glorious!
  22. Thread: Thank You.

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    Well said! I love how, especially when followed...

    Well said! I love how, especially when followed fully, Mark's advice impacts positively on so many areas of my life. I hope he never tires of being told "thank you" - it must be wonderful to know...
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    I mentioned this on another thread the other day....

    I mentioned this on another thread the other day. True story, I once had a small glass of (heavily rum-laced) mulled wine that took me through every stage of drunk - from giggly to flirty to "oh man...
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    Hello! As someone who used to suffer badly in the...

    Hello! As someone who used to suffer badly in the absence of food, I can honestly say I can't remember the last time I actually felt hungry... and that's with spending a minimum of 16 hours a day in...
  25. Thread: Facing the fat

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    There was, yes! Mark talks about it here...

    There was, yes! Mark talks about it here.

    As for the original question... I guess in the absence of any form of food, your body's only choice is to switch from carb burning to fat burning. So it's...
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