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  1. And I'm probably the only guy that checked out...

    And I'm probably the only guy that checked out your journal because you talked about Uyghurs, instead of the lovely photos, though the latter didn't hurt.
  2. This is my world's easiest-to-make coffee: ...

    This is my world's easiest-to-make coffee:

    Using roasted beans:
    pour coffee beans into mason jar (a bit more than I would put into a grinder, because grinding brings out more of the flavor)...
  3. Yeah, I guess I should have said pre-separated or...

    Yeah, I guess I should have said pre-separated or such.


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    Whatever the problem was, I haven't had any...

    Whatever the problem was, I haven't had any further problems beyond Aug. 10. It seems the issue was temporary.
  5. I started cold-brewing my own coffee at home with...

    I started cold-brewing my own coffee at home with a French press (I had first used it to hot-brew), and later mason jars, before I heard of cold-brewed coffee products. I chuckled the first time I...
  6. TQP, I hope my stuff on Egg Beaters wasn't...

    TQP, I hope my stuff on Egg Beaters wasn't interpreted as a criticism of your eating them. I agree that the 1% additives is probably a pretty minor thing. I was thinking more of how things have...
  7. I forgot to mention that I also eat non-Peaty...

    I forgot to mention that I also eat non-Peaty legumes, which are relatively traditional foods for some Turkic and Celtic peoples (though they don't seem especially popular in Irish cuisine--perhaps...
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    :D How humane of you! ;)

    :D How humane of you! ;)
  9. Cool thanks. My grandfather would not have...

    Cool thanks.

    My grandfather would not have understood egg beaters. :( He would probably have said "That's a bunch of nonsense," just like margarine and banning raw dairy. American corporations and...
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    Heh, heh. That'll teach me not to skip over too...

    Heh, heh. That'll teach me not to skip over too many posts and miss that folks were joking around. :D

    The recommendations for eggs were also pretty funny. Apparently some folks aren't aware that...
  11. Thanks TQP. Too bad there isn't a gluten-free...

    Thanks TQP. Too bad there isn't a gluten-free blood pudding, or I would try that traditional Celtic food too. :)
  12. "Hadzabe'e-Paleo + Celto-Turkic + Peat" I...

    "Hadzabe'e-Paleo + Celto-Turkic + Peat"

    I should have mentioned the more common English name for the Hadzabe'e (aka Wa-Hadzabe) hunter-gatherers, which is simply Hadza (though it is apparently the...
  13. Mmhmmm, I knew it! :) 17406 Aha, so you...

    Mmhmmm, I knew it! :)

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    Aha, so you have a highlander spirit too! Highlanders make the fiercest warriors.

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  14. Hmmm, I think this one is actually my favorite so...

    Hmmm, I think this one is actually my favorite so far.
  15. Damn, this journal is so good, it's too...

    Damn, this journal is so good, it's too addictive. :)

    Just 10? Why so few? ;)

    Does honey bloat you?

    Yeah, I can't fault Mark and PBers too much for whey powder either, as I tried it myself...
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    Chitin is also found in fungi (such as...

    Chitin is also found in fungi (such as mushrooms). Unsurprisingly, fungi are the non-animal organisms most similar to animals (including insects), and closest to animals on the tree of life, and thus...
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    Sorry for the length of this. The thread topic is...

    Sorry for the length of this. The thread topic is particularly relevant to my own experience.

    Thanks for the clarification, Neckhammer. If you're concerned that your comments might turn me off of...
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    please clarify--is she really currently eating...

    please clarify--is she really currently eating beef??? If so, then she's not vegan and the question then becomes, why do you want her to eat more beef?




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  19. I agree that the demonization of certain foods,...

    I agree that the demonization of certain foods, particularly "carbs" and especially "starches", and the macronutrient wars, led many of us in the primal/Paleo world astray, including me. It's been...
  20. Ha ha, I knew you were a warrior queen. I'll bet...

    Ha ha, I knew you were a warrior queen. I'll bet you were born with a war club in your hand. :)
  21. And to round out the whole spectrum of personal...

    And to round out the whole spectrum of personal preferences--I like BOTH green (especially dried) AND super-ripe bananas and everything in between. :D My favorite is air-dried, slightly-sweet,...
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    Yeah, anime also came to mind for me as an...

    Yeah, anime also came to mind for me as an example of large eyes appearing youthful, and also Betty Boop:

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  23. I get lost in your uber-popular journal, TQP, and...

    I get lost in your uber-popular journal, TQP, and my musings [on estrogen, neoteny and human evolution] were a bit off the usual topics for your journal, so I responded to your comments here:...
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    Paleophil's Journal of Random Thoughts

    This is a nontraditional journal currently to be used more for discussing random stuff with smart and open-minded folks and brainstorming than tracking my health/diet.

    My first entry is a...
  25. That's today's standards, which in the USA began...

    That's today's standards, which in the USA began in the flapper era, though some elements probably predated it (such as the preference for colorful hair and eyes and maybe even round,...
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