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    And thinking about it, eating at different stages...

    And thinking about it, eating at different stages is going to "seed" the gut with whichever bacteria are dominant at that stage of fermentation - which has to be a good thing?
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    I ferment mine for longer than that - here's why...

    I ferment mine for longer than that - here's why

    http://www.nourishingtreasures.com/index.php/2012/05/15/the-science-behind-sauerkraut-fermentation/
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    I tend to leave my kraut to ferment for at least...

    I tend to leave my kraut to ferment for at least 3 weeks - 4 is better still. Here is a link to a site which explains WHY it is best to lave the kraut for a longer ferment. It's quite a long piece,...
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    This looks great - thanks for sharing!

    This looks great - thanks for sharing!
  5. Thanks for his link - am reading it and will no...

    Thanks for his link - am reading it and will no doubt have to read it a 2cnd time also!!!
  6. Another vote for the Instant Pot. Stainless...

    Another vote for the Instant Pot. Stainless steel, can slow cook at 3 levels (using the Keep Warm function as extra slow) as well as a pressure cooker. I use it several time most days. Also there is...
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    My Instant Pot steamed potatoes have become a...

    My Instant Pot steamed potatoes have become a staple now! And I love the texture of them - so much better than straight boiled.
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    I find this fascinating and it makes a heap of...

    I find this fascinating and it makes a heap of sense. So people who gain weight eating lots of processed seed oils will have a harder job getting lean again when they try to lose weight?
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    Did you rinse off the starch, or leave it? I'd be...

    Did you rinse off the starch, or leave it? I'd be inclined to leave, if the potatoes would go into a single layer ...
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    The link isn't working for me?

    The link isn't working for me?
  11. I always take it out of the wrapper as soon as I...

    I always take it out of the wrapper as soon as I get it home - unless it is vac packed.
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    Does spud man have a site? And if so can you give...

    Does spud man have a site? And if so can you give a link? Thanks.
  13. Use the skin and the bones with a little water...

    Use the skin and the bones with a little water and cook for an hour or two to make stock. Add herbs (bay leaves, garlic) and poach the breasts, either whole, or chopped. The remaining stock could...
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    Wish I could find these in the UK!

    Wish I could find these in the UK!
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    I think the idea is to eat them raw for the...

    I think the idea is to eat them raw for the resistant starch ??
  16. Quite. Here in the uK where I live, I am often...

    Quite. Here in the uK where I live, I am often fascinated looking at gravestones in old country churches, how long a lot of people DID live. OK, there are some poor souls who died at 18 years, 22...
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    Raw. In shell. They are delicious and nutritious....

    Raw. In shell. They are delicious and nutritious. I have a friend in SW France who has lots of walnut trees and brought back a big bag of them - lasted me months and tasted great. NOT RANCID!!!!! And...
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    Thanks for that link - very interesting. I am...

    Thanks for that link - very interesting. I am suspicious of super low cholesterol levels and the use of drugs to achieve this. I don't know what the optimum level is, but personally, I'd be happy...
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    You only need to lower it more if you actually...

    You only need to lower it more if you actually believe the recommended figures. I don't - I'd like to know what the "average" cholesterol levels have been historically, what they tend to be in...
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    Thanks for that - "bought" it!!! It's free her in...

    Thanks for that - "bought" it!!! It's free her in the UK too ...
  21. I'm in Sussex UK and it's working fine here ...

    I'm in Sussex UK and it's working fine here ...
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    Here we are ...

    Here we are

    https://www.bhf.org.uk/heart-health/risk-factors/high-cholesterol

    Advises having less than 4 mol/l .Which seems low to me! Not so long ago, the advice was to aim to have less than...
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    It's what I was told at the rehab clinic - but it...

    It's what I was told at the rehab clinic - but it perhaps that is a recommendation for people post cardiac event? In any case, I think it is possible to have too low a cholesterol count which I'm...
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    No, I'm not using CoQ10. I will google it and see...

    No, I'm not using CoQ10. I will google it and see what it is and where I can get it. Thanks.
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    Yes, I'm pretty sure I would have done. My...

    Yes, I'm pretty sure I would have done. My cholesterol was 5.1, which I think is fine, but the statins are to lower that further as the NHS now aim for a count of below 4. I eat sat fat rather than...
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