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    Another way to get more iron in your diet is to...

    Another way to get more iron in your diet is to cook in cast iron cookware. I'll also second the notion that supplemental iron pills from the doc are no good.
  2. Go to the drugstore, and get lactase tablets....

    Go to the drugstore, and get lactase tablets. Stick to goat milk. Don't drink it out-of-the-fridge cold and do drink it after a meal.
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    Like Shalimar said, slippery elm bark is very...

    Like Shalimar said, slippery elm bark is very soothing. It usually comes in a powder from the health food store. Mix a tablespoon with a mug of warm broth and let it stand a little while. It'll kind...
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    Try a different variety of avocado. Hass is what...

    Try a different variety of avocado. Hass is what they usually sell in the store. Fuerte and bacon are slightly smaller and not as astringent. They're good sliced up with salt and lime juice and a...
  5. I tried to pm you but kept getting an error. I'm...

    I tried to pm you but kept getting an error. I'm interested too!
  6. Thread: Spread.The.Word

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    0:48 to 0:58 made me laugh harder than anything...

    0:48 to 0:58 made me laugh harder than anything previously seen in Family Guy the first time I saw it.
  7. I had a bumper sticker in high school that said:

    I had a bumper sticker in high school that said:
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    Count me in on the fun! I'm a guy, but currently...

    Count me in on the fun! I'm a guy, but currently unable to do one. I'm working my way up - currently doing Australian pullups with a towel through the bar.
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    I get this way with chicken and pork, but...

    I get this way with chicken and pork, but especially eggs. I refer to it as "egg ick" and when it happens, I have to stay away for a while. Sometimes a week, sometimes more. My tolerance for chicken...
  10. Thread: Cast iron pans

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    If you want to season them in the oven, try...

    If you want to season them in the oven, try wrapping a damp cloth around the handle and wrap aluminum foil around that, shiny side out.
  11. Thread: Coffee Love

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    Lots of disjoint thoughts on coffee: I love...

    Lots of disjoint thoughts on coffee:

    I love the taste of french press but can't handle caffeine as well as I used to and it seems to be stronger than drip. When I get Starbucks now, I get an...
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    I'll put in a contrarian view from personal...

    I'll put in a contrarian view from personal experience. 3.5c of veggies does seem like a whole lot. I do best with condiment-sized portions of well-cooked or fermented veggies (1/4 - 1/2 cup). With...
  13. Thread: pull-up bars

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    It's more of a levering action. It marks above...

    It's more of a levering action. It marks above the door on the inside edge and slightly dents the face of the side trim on the outside. I don't think much of the force at all is actually borne by the...
  14. Thread: pull-up bars

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    I bought an Everlast multi function chinning bar...

    I bought an Everlast multi function chinning bar and like it quite a bit. It's very similar to the second one in your links above. I found that looping a beach towel through the side loops makes a...
  15. For those who prefer goatees to full beards, here...

    For those who prefer goatees to full beards, here is General Lew Wallace:

    http://image2.findagrave.com/photos/2007/103/4279_117656778053.jpg
  16. Thread: How many yolks?

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    Eat as many as will fit in your stomach. ...

    Eat as many as will fit in your stomach.

    Dietary cholesterol does not impact blood cholesterol. The body produces cholesterol to repair damage. In terms of allergens and anti-nutrients, whites are...
  17. By "maintained nicely" you mean closely-cropped...

    By "maintained nicely" you mean closely-cropped or would longish and groomed be acceptable too?
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    I would encourage you to find a local grassfed...

    I would encourage you to find a local grassfed rancher. Then you can be assured that at least the ground beef is all from one cow. I like casseroles with onions, potatoes, and spices. Burgers are...
  19. Thread: too much beef?

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    I would say that the size of your stomach should...

    I would say that the size of your stomach should be the only limiter to how much beef you consume.
  20. I read about this in Lights Out: Sleep, Sugar,...

    I read about this in Lights Out: Sleep, Sugar, and Survival. Essentially, the desire to eat sugar is a seasonal response that happens in late summer/early fall when the fruit is ripe that allows us...
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    I've had great success making home fries in the...

    I've had great success making home fries in the following manner:

    Roast whole potatoes coated in olive oil and sea salt. Cut them into cubes and cook them in salted butter or bacon grease over...
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    Whole foods has a lot of good cheeses. Etorki is...

    Whole foods has a lot of good cheeses. Etorki is a sheep cheese that's nutty and very creamy. Bucheron is a goat cheese that's a ripened cheese - akin to brie. TJ's has a good goat cheddar cheese...
  23. Thread: Hominy

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    Hominy

    I am aware that hominy comes from corn. However, it has been treated with lye and I wonder if this is somewhat akin to being sprouted. I'm not too concerned with stunting weight loss since I'm...
  24. Thread: Longevity

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    My great grandmother died last June at the age of...

    My great grandmother died last June at the age of 101. She had macular degeneration the last ~15 years of her life but was otherwise in good health with her full wits about her and a great sense of...
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    I actually popped in just to say that your user...

    I actually popped in just to say that your user name rules! I also think it's great whenever someone in the medical community becomes enlightened to primal ways.

    My favorite thing to quell...
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