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    The idea that it consumption of carbohydrate...

    The idea that it consumption of carbohydrate would cycle annually is interesting. Is there was any evidence for higher carbohydrate consumption in summer amongst hunter gatherers?
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    Mayo.

    Mayo.
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    Is there actually any reason to eat tripe? I hate...

    Is there actually any reason to eat tripe? I hate it as well...
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    We tend to look at the nutrients in food, but its...

    We tend to look at the nutrients in food, but its worth considering toxins/anti-nutrients in them as well.

    Grains and legumes have quite a few: that's how they protect themselves in nature. And...
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    I don't necessarily. I'm intrigued.

    I don't necessarily. I'm intrigued.
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    Grinding up egg shells

    I'm wondering if anyone knows of any traditional culture that grinds up egg shells to eat?

    Its not something I can quite imaging myself doing for any reason, apart from a modern knowledge of...
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    Could you look at it as calories in/out at a...

    Could you look at it as calories in/out at a cellular level, rather than in your mouth?

    Protein goes in slow, whereas sugar gets dumped in fast and you can't use it all, so it gets stored. And...
  8. This is the key bit. I'd blame the added hormones...

    This is the key bit. I'd blame the added hormones and associated other 'unhealthier things'.

    Another thought is that proficiently feeding your healthy cells also proficiently feeds your cancer...
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    My understanding is that some compounds leach...

    My understanding is that some compounds leach into the water when u boil, which makes sense, given the water goes a little green/changes flavour. This can be a good thing, because there are some...
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    Exactly; that's why I resorted to PS... clearly...

    Exactly; that's why I resorted to PS... clearly it requires a slightly different method tho!
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    Some herbs are very easy to grow in pots;...

    Some herbs are very easy to grow in pots; parsley, oregano, mint.. depending where u live of course.
  12. I think so; that has been my experience. I...

    I think so; that has been my experience. I suspect there are synergy effects wit certain food combinations etc that make grains effects worse or less bad as well.
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    I just attempted to thicken my slow cooked lamb...

    I just attempted to thicken my slow cooked lamb shank juices into a gravy by adding potato starch. I made glue. So that was fun... Anyway, now its cooled into a kind of gelatinous cake; will said...
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    I get it on my scalp too; have since birth...

    I get it on my scalp too; have since birth (cradle-cap). It gets worse when I'm stressed, eat poorly, and also when the weathers damp.

    Its bad at the moment cause I went out last Friday, ate cheap...
  15. Thread: Chicken skin

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    The skin is where all the vitamins are and good...

    The skin is where all the vitamins are and good stuff is!

    But also o-6 fats and stuff..

    My philosophy is eat it whenever I eat chicken, but make sure I kind of rotate through a variety of...
  16. Thread: Hi all

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    Hey; welcome. Good luck avoiding all the...

    Hey; welcome.

    Good luck avoiding all the delicious peanutty goodness over there!
  17. My gran seems to kick along almost exclusively on...

    My gran seems to kick along almost exclusively on egg sandwiches; shes 92. I think there might be something to be said for eggs, some gluten free bread won't hurt her.
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    Watch this and stop stressing! There's...

    Watch this and stop stressing!

    There's something to be said for being more careful with our resources, fossil fuels, phosphates etc are finite and messy. But we shouldn't be trying to force...
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    Josef Chromy Pinot Noir 2012 - Josef Chromy Wines...

    Josef Chromy Pinot Noir 2012 - Josef Chromy Wines

    This is my fav I think. Not my usual tho, its a bit pricey.
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    My immediate impulse would be to go conservatively...

    Does she live with you? Who cooks for her?
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    I love this quote. Anyway; we just have to...

    I love this quote.


    Anyway; we just have to get the developing world up to speed and their populations will start falling like the Europe and Australia's.

    Which could well be an altogether...
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    Sweet. I like cheese. Forgive me if this has...

    Sweet. I like cheese.

    Forgive me if this has been covered elsewhere, but do probiotics/fermented foods etc help?

    I ask because I understand tooth decay is actually due to bad bacteria in your...
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    Is cheese just as beneficial as milk?

    Is cheese just as beneficial as milk?
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    On the upside there's no soy flour! That damn...

    On the upside there's no soy flour! That damn stuff seems to be in everything these days. Everything I shouldn't probably eat anyway, but in the spirit of the thread..
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    Tea is a reproductive neurotoxin? :eek:

    Tea is a reproductive neurotoxin? :eek:
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