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    I at least like that you can be perfectly...

    I at least like that you can be perfectly reasonable in our back and forth discussion. Breath of fresh air.

    How is to say that the animals are not benefiting from husbandry. The species is...
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    As an single person that may work but since there...

    As an single person that may work but since there has never been a successful vegan society, I think that person may eventually run into problems. Raising children on a vegan diet will be next to...
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    I am curious about this as well, always wondered...

    I am curious about this as well, always wondered about the labeling for fried bacon vs bacon plus grease.
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    23/m/Bermuda

    23/m/Bermuda
  5. Sure, General theme is from Derrick Jensen's "A...

    Sure, General theme is from Derrick Jensen's "A language older than words". Definitely recommended reading.
  6. Interesting write up from Primal Fitness about MovNat

    Figured some of you might enjoy this read.

    http://www.primalfitness.co.uk/2010/12/14/post-movnat-seminar-thoughts-on-different-training-philosophies/
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    I am at the point where I can do straddle planche...

    I am at the point where I can do straddle planche pushups and I can tell you that it will require significantly more strength.

    You might like working on front and back levers as well.
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    Will keep that in mind, though I have already done days at a time without veg without a hiccup.
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    Well done my good man, Well done!

    Well done my good man, Well done!
  10. I have always had a similar feeling. Though I...

    I have always had a similar feeling. Though I love my veggies, I only love them as a carrier of fat. Without the significant portions of EVOO or Coconut oil or butter, I find most veggies as pretty...
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    We need to find you some partners so you can...

    We need to find you some partners so you can rotate duties to keep the chain going.
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    It has been a while since I posted on this forum...

    It has been a while since I posted on this forum but I am glad that this is my return thread. This has been one of the most entertaining reads here. Such drama, tragedy and comedy. Well done people,...
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    I agree with this statement. In the ecological...

    I agree with this statement. In the ecological sense, with all the animals in an area eating based on filling a niche and the niche of nut trees being the feeding of animals who buried the nuts which...
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    This raises a very interesting point. ...

    This raises a very interesting point.

    Hypothetical situation. You have a nut tree that produces nuts with a 1:5 O3 to O6 ratio. If a squirrel eats that nut as its main food source and then you...
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    I skimboard as well here in Bermuda. Used to do...

    I skimboard as well here in Bermuda. Used to do it everyday but climbing is taking up most of my time now. Since the sprints are so short I don't think that you will have problems except may a...
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    On and off for 2 years, paleo/primal. Feeling...

    On and off for 2 years, paleo/primal. Feeling fantastic.
  17. Also take into consideration that most predators...

    Also take into consideration that most predators sleep after eating a large meal. I would be willing to guess that sleeping/resting helps digestion by freeing up blood to flow to the digestive organs.
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    Trust me, you will love the bone crunching. ...

    Trust me, you will love the bone crunching.

    Also I wonder something. The marrow is tasty but it also seems the actual bone itself is soft enough to chew. This makes me wonder when dogs eat the...
  19. Thread: Fish offal

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    what are fish roes? EDIT: oh just googled it,...

    what are fish roes?

    EDIT: oh just googled it, yup I think that counts.
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    Skin off both chickens and fish has much more...

    Skin off both chickens and fish has much more appeal now. I can believe I used to peel it off.
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    Oh yes, I love a good heaping dose of lard to...

    Oh yes, I love a good heaping dose of lard to cook in.
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    Well I am pretty sure we are about as clean as it...

    Well I am pretty sure we are about as clean as it is gonna get in the ocean. Unless that damn oil spill makes it up this far.
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    New Primal rituals

    Has anybody else developed new habits or rituals since being primal. My new one is munching on chicken bones after eating the meat off legs. The marrow is tasty and bones are much softer than I first...
  24. Thread: Fish offal

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    Fish offal

    This post may come off as a little bit strange lol :p

    I have been enjoying alot of beef and chicken offal recently and I am loving it. Here, in Bermuda, I also spend alot of time fishing and...
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    Much agreed. I am sure even with a total binge on...

    Much agreed. I am sure even with a total binge on the higher carbish primal foods that I would be hard pressed to come close to the 300+ grams of carbs that some people eat on SAD. It actually makes...
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