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    Nor here, but friend lives in a very high deer...

    Nor here, but friend lives in a very high deer kill state. Passing through, I counted 50+ dead deer left on roadside. I'd consider it my duty to recycle and clean freshly dead carrion from the road,...
  2. Cravings are often associated with psychological...

    Cravings are often associated with psychological factors. If you have been paleo for some time, have (had) conquered your sugar cravings for a while, aren't coming or going from an illness, think...
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    Even our pioneer ancestors ate more meat in...

    Even our pioneer ancestors ate more meat in winter, likely due to the prevailing temps keeping their summer fattened liivestock in usable condition. IOW, refrigeration has done for meat eating year...
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    If it's not itchy, it's unlikely to be a heat...

    If it's not itchy, it's unlikely to be a heat rash. Skin needs time to adjust from total coverage to near nudity, and it doesn't matter your race. Do not burn. Sunburns damage skin, sometimes with...
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    Stay out of BC woods! Advice for hunters of any...

    Stay out of BC woods! Advice for hunters of any ilk due to massive forest fires that are dangerous and unpredictable. Friend goes hunting on roads using 4x4 , manages to fill her freezer every...
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    Bang! So much for that theory, eh? ;-) Of course,...

    Bang! So much for that theory, eh? ;-) Of course, winter sunning is practically useless for Vit D production due to the angle of the sun. This means summer tanning needs to fill up the D reservoirs,...
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    Yeah, I still have my chicken pox scars, and at...

    Yeah, I still have my chicken pox scars, and at the moment, still breathing. An almost invisible strep throat, however, gave my sister a kidney disease that proved untreatable a half century ago. She...
  8. Cheese is a different animal from milk, and the...

    Cheese is a different animal from milk, and the process of turning milk into cheese causes chemical reactions that make cheese easier to handle for allergic people. However, species similarity can...
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    Not to mention illegal in most parts of the...

    Not to mention illegal in most parts of the world. However, we have a subset of people to use as guinea pigs - nudists. Anybody test their (meaning male subjects) for strong T. levels?
  10. Are you allergic to lamb? If not, sheep milk may...

    Are you allergic to lamb? If not, sheep milk may be ok, but why? Sheep milk is very high in fat to raise a lamb and wean it in 3 months. When raising orphan lambs, I had to double the fat content to...
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    And don't ignore resistant starch, as found in...

    And don't ignore resistant starch, as found in green bananas and cold cooked potatoes.Tatertot found after a mono diet during the potato hack, that his gut diversity actually improved, as shown by...
  12. Thread: Underestimating

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    It's best to choose your ancestors with care,...

    It's best to choose your ancestors with care, because they can really mess you up. (As can CW eating and lack of exercise.);-)
  13. Jerky is made with very lean beef, usually. Try...

    Jerky is made with very lean beef, usually. Try adding a good fat source (eg. coconut oil) to a coffee or tea drunk at same time as eating jerky. See what happens.
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    Her HDL is quite high, therefore, quite...

    Her HDL is quite high, therefore, quite protective. The LDL doesn't seem out of whack, nor do her triglycerides. The Vit D levels could be higher, and I don't know much about the other values stated....
  15. People swimming in lakes and the ocean do get...

    People swimming in lakes and the ocean do get issues - just maybe you never heard of "swimmers' ear" and "swimmers' itch". After ocean swimming, showers are usually recommended to remove salt and...
  16. Thread: Threadworm

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    First, make sure of what you're treating. I was...

    First, make sure of what you're treating. I was going to let this one go, but both garlic and black walnut hulls have been touted for parasite removal. Read more at How to Use Black Walnut for...
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    There is just ...something... about an official...

    There is just ...something... about an official piece of paper that supports your unofficial stance, isn't there? Heheheh Spend the money if it's burning a hole in your pocket. Otherwise, don't!
  18. Thread: Thirsty cows

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    In fact, I think they love their cheeses more,...

    In fact, I think they love their cheeses more, and thirsty cows lead to fewer cheeses.
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    Or, instead of flavoring them, you could waste...

    Or, instead of flavoring them, you could waste any old beer in saucers around the garden. Or maybe yeast foaming in saucers. Or get some muscovy ducks. First you feed the ducks, then they feed you.;-)
  20. Can't join you. Even if I could assemble and...

    Can't join you. Even if I could assemble and stick with the ingredients, at the end I still wouldn't be a man! Heheh.
  21. If overheated, PTFE kills canaries. No need to...

    If overheated, PTFE kills canaries. No need to visit mines, just inattentive cooks in kitchens.
  22. Thread: The Irony...

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    Better than a chapter on diarrhea and parasites!...

    Better than a chapter on diarrhea and parasites! ;-)
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    Made mead once with honey and apple juice. The...

    Made mead once with honey and apple juice. The main beneficiaries were my hubby and fruit flies. Flies died happy; hubby was fast turning into daily drinker till we reached bottom of crock. Never...
  24. Anytime fat poses a problem in digestion, I'd...

    Anytime fat poses a problem in digestion, I'd look at the "heartburn" caused by insufficient bile and a suddenly overworked gall bladder.
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    Ooooooh, those aggressive meat eaters! Heheheh

    Ooooooh, those aggressive meat eaters! Heheheh
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