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    That would be awesome...guess most of us just...

    That would be awesome...guess most of us just look for a steak place. :)
  2. Thread: Potato Starch

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    I prefer to break it up into smaller doses more...

    I prefer to break it up into smaller doses more often. Currently I'm taking 1 tablespoon of mung bean starch 2 X day (breakfast + lunch) and 1 tablespoon of potato starch 2 X day (dinner + before...
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    Yikes! I'm eating the exact opposite way...guess...

    Yikes! I'm eating the exact opposite way...guess that leaves more for us, right? Wonder why soy is grouped with nuts...must be the protein content. The industrial "food" system is insidious, seems to...
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    Some good bacteria release lactic acid which...

    Some good bacteria release lactic acid which creates the more acidic environment they prefer and that inhibits the growth of bad bugs like yeast. By feeding them RS from cooked/cooled potatoes and...
  5. Thread: Pork skin!

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    I stewed a couple of pork shank slices today...

    I stewed a couple of pork shank slices today using this recipe. They turned out well, and the skin is very tasty. I used sweet potato instead of white...the only thing I would do differently is lower...
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    Could you use a small insulated bag to keep...

    Could you use a small insulated bag to keep certain foods somewhat chilled? Would expand the options. I don't eat snacks (just three meals daily) but in potentially lousy food situations will take...
  7. Great article...not finished yet but found this...

    Great article...not finished yet but found this quote:

    "Despite boosting population numbers, the lifestyle and diet of farmers were clearly not as healthy as the lifestyle and diet of...
  8. Definitely can be a contributing factor. A few...

    Definitely can be a contributing factor. A few years ago when I was gradually and inexorably gaining weight I came across the "5 rules of leptin," which help the body have a healthy response to...
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    Rightio. My hubby is allergic to cow's milk in...

    Rightio. My hubby is allergic to cow's milk in any form.
    "Oh, so he's lactose intolerant?"
    Yes, also casein, whey, butter, and cheese intolerant.
    "So he can't eat eggs?"
    Eggs are fine because...
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    When I was about 8, my neighbor and I thought it...

    When I was about 8, my neighbor and I thought it would be a good idea to sift the dirt in her backyard through a flour sifter. That was one of my first unfinished projects...
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    Lunch today is a quickie soup made of beef/lamb...

    Lunch today is a quickie soup made of beef/lamb stock, leftover pulled pork, rice and roasted veggies, butter, curry, salt, and other spices. Took a couple of minutes to assemble and heat, tastes...
  12. What irritates me about the phrase "Everything in...

    What irritates me about the phrase "Everything in moderation" is that it IS an extreme, fanatical statement.

    Everything? Really? EVERYTHING? As in all of the things?!?

    It is often said to...
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    Exactly. Gluten sensitivity = gastrointestinal...

    Exactly. Gluten sensitivity = gastrointestinal problems only. Throw together a couple of "studies" that are so limited in scope they're largely irrelevant, write a grossly over-generalized headline...
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    "In the end, all of the treatment diets — even...

    "In the end, all of the treatment diets — even the placebo diet — caused pain, bloating, nausea, and gas to a similar degree. It didn't matter if the diet contained gluten."

    The follow-up study...
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    Tweaking In the last 6 months I've figured out...

    Tweaking

    In the last 6 months I've figured out that certain factors have to be right for me to feel energetic and healthy.

    1. My thyroid supplement
    2. Eating zero wheat
    3. Gut health via RS,...
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    It's practices like those that make me hate the...

    It's practices like those that make me hate the industrial food system even more...grrrr!
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    Rack of lamb on the grill is our fav way to eat...

    Rack of lamb on the grill is our fav way to eat lamb these days. Our local store had it from NZ for $8.99 a pound the other day. Also, unless you really like cooking that schedule of a different meat...
  18. The package also mentioned an extract from oak...

    The package also mentioned an extract from oak trees...tannins? Acorn juice? :D
  19. I use the crystal when fresh out of the shower,...

    I use the crystal when fresh out of the shower, making sure there's enough of a film of water to get a layer on the entire armpit. After it's dry (a few minutes) I add a little Winter Clean witch...
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    Didn't mean to be confusing...those foods have a...

    Didn't mean to be confusing...those foods have a variety of prebiotics and/or probiotics that are good for gut health. Only the usual suspects have RS.

    There's no particular benefit for the gut in...
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    Crabby gut bugs? "Why did you take SO long to...

    Crabby gut bugs? "Why did you take SO long to start feeding us?!?"

    Seriously, I would consider possibilities such as:
    Allergy
    Internal rebalancing, hopefully temporary
    Underlying deficiencies...
  22. Thread: Pho ?

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    In our local Asian grocery there are two kinds of...

    In our local Asian grocery there are two kinds of shiritaki noodles. One type is made from tofu/soy, which I avoid. The other kind is labeled "yam" noodles, but is actually made from the root of the...
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    They breed pretty easily, lol. (Many moons ago I...

    They breed pretty easily, lol. (Many moons ago I used to work in a pet shop.)

    My BIL started with two "female" rabbits (one was not) and then got "into" having rabbits. At one point they had over...
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    Someone on Free the Animal had mentioned the mung...

    Someone on Free the Animal had mentioned the mung bean starch was more energizing (vs. potato starch) and it seemed that way to me to some degree so I take it in the morning rather than at night....
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    I love the Bizarre Foods show and similar ones...

    I love the Bizarre Foods show and similar ones about eating all kinds of unusual (to Naciremas) foods. My rant is that there's no restaurant around here that serves half a pig's head, blood sausage,...
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