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    Fascinating links, thank you! So the long time...

    Fascinating links, thank you! So the long time culinary practice in Europe of cooking Sauerkraut with pork or sausage etc, of cooking lacto fermented beetroot and beet kvass etc etc had NOT, as I...
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    I was wondering about that! Having said which, I...

    I was wondering about that! Having said which, I eat potatoes, sweet potatoes, occasional rice .....
  3. Well, after years of experiment / tasting tests /...

    Well, after years of experiment / tasting tests / gelling tests, I can say that I prefer 2 hours in a pressure cooker (instant pot now) for chicken stock, and 3 hours for beef. SOMETIMES 4 for beef,...
  4. Another vote for instant pot here. Yesterday I...

    Another vote for instant pot here. Yesterday I made stock from a chicken carcass by placing the bones, skin etc in the instant pot, with 6 bay leaves and 6 black pepper corns, the juice of a lemon...
  5. I've used these in meatballs with great results.

    I've used these in meatballs with great results.
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    I love my IP and use it most days - often 2 or 3...

    I love my IP and use it most days - often 2 or 3 times per day. From making stocks out of chicken carcass (2 hours at pressure = stunningly good stock) to producing a casserole of pig cheeks in under...
  7. http://rawfoodsos.com/2011/05/31/wild-and-ancient-...

    http://rawfoodsos.com/2011/05/31/wild-and-ancient-fruit/

    Well worth a read.
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    Track your place? Or track your plaque - I'm sure...

    Track your place? Or track your plaque - I'm sure I've heard of that ... I'll search for it. Thanks.

    Tried to sign up - it sends me to another sight (cureality) were it wants me to sign up again -...
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    Found this post fascinating and shall read the...

    Found this post fascinating and shall read the links fully later. FASCINATED by the last paragraph - must memorise this, and source!
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    Quite right, I don't smoke. And I agree; smoking...

    Quite right, I don't smoke. And I agree; smoking is implicated in a whole load of diseases and conditions, not just cancer.
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    I love it heated up as a drink - a little salt...

    I love it heated up as a drink - a little salt and pepper, perhaps a dash of celery seed, or a pinch of dried tarragon stirred in - delicious. And as a base for soups it is the best. Also makes a...
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    So have you pretty much eliminated animal produce...

    So have you pretty much eliminated animal produce e.g. beef, lamb, offal, chicken etc? Mainly eating veg / starches? And what starches? I'm interested in hearing your diet, though not necessarily...
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    Thanks for your reply. Exercise - my work...

    Thanks for your reply.

    Exercise - my work involves rarely sitting down and always being on the move. And at home I rarely am sitting (don't even have a television). I do try to walk for at least...
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    This what I'm aiming for - I think I've overdone...

    This what I'm aiming for - I think I've overdone the fats, perhaps - too much cheese, cream but I have reduced them a lot. I do believe that sat fat is, however, essential to well being. And I agree...
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    Actually, I eat fish about two times a week -...

    Actually, I eat fish about two times a week - sometimes more, if I count herring roes (milts) which I eat when I can get them, and prawns (shrimp) occasionally. Lots of veg, as mentioned in the...
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    Actually, what I said was that I eat fish once or...

    Actually, what I said was that I eat fish once or twice a week, meat or chicken or offal every day, eggs some days each week, some white potatoes or white rice each day, some sat fat with most meals...
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    I'm pretty sure I will be carefully monitored...

    I'm pretty sure I will be carefully monitored over the next 12 months - during which time, I shall see what I can do by way of tracking my health myself. Thanks for the suggestion.
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    That makes a lot of sense. Thanks.

    That makes a lot of sense. Thanks.
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    I was told in the hospital that my potassium...

    I was told in the hospital that my potassium levels were very low - but then, one of my asthma inhalers does say in the accompanying leaflet that it "can lower potassium levels". Perhaps time to get...
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    I shall read this with great interest. I'm pretty...

    I shall read this with great interest. I'm pretty sure that I've made the great mistake of thinking that if sat fat, instead of being bad
    has been wrongly vilified, then more fat must be better than...
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    A useful nugget here I think. So would increasing...

    A useful nugget here I think. So would increasing my use of sea vegetables - or even supplementing iodine (I remember a very long and acrimonious thread about iodine supplementing) be beneficial? I...
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    We'll, thanks for all the comments! Lots to think...

    We'll, thanks for all the comments! Lots to think about, picking my way through various suggestions and advice (some contrary to others!) but present decisions are to increase raw veg and fruit,...
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    Another nail in coffin against the heart attacks...

    Another nail in coffin against the heart attacks being caused by high cholesterol, then?!
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    Yes, my mother had a heart attack in her 40's, my...

    Yes, my mother had a heart attack in her 40's, my father didn't have one until he was almost 92, so I imagine that could be disregarded. So yes, a genetic predisposition. My mother's mother also had...
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    Absolutely right - 20th. It must have affected...

    Absolutely right - 20th. It must have affected my ability to count as well!
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