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    As you are doing your weekly shopping you actually envision yourself doing the act needed to get the food. I view myself stalking, hunting, skinning the kill. foraging the berries, harvesting the fruits and veggies.

    I have an active Grok like that turns my modern world into a fantasy primal world when I shop or whatever and it makes people look at me funny as I growl at them around the meat
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    Quote Originally Posted by JVib View Post
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    When you go out to eat and ask the waitress to put the bones in a doggie bag....and she looks at you like you're crazy.
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    I never thought of that one.

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    Youre telling friends/coworkers about adding butter to your coffee, and they look at you weird and ask if thats healthy, and you say, "Oh no, it's ok, the butter is grass-fed."
    "Since going primal, I've found that there are very few problems that cannot be solved with butter and/or bacon fat."

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    When you hear about "red-eye syrup" ingredients and think it's a drink.

    bacon or pork fat, coffee, cream, maybe one other thing? Apparently you're supposed to pour it over your pancakes. Add a little more coffee and it'd be great in place of pancakes
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    Quote Originally Posted by drssgchic View Post
    When you hear about "red-eye syrup" ingredients and think it's a drink.

    bacon or pork fat, coffee, cream, maybe one other thing? Apparently you're supposed to pour it over your pancakes. Add a little more coffee and it'd be great in place of pancakes
    You talking about redeye gravy? I've never heard the recipe you're talking about. Ours was always a pan that has a glaze from frying ham, which you deglaze with cold black coffee, then add milk, flour, salt and pepper (and, if you're inclined, minced or diced country-style ham, preferably the one you just fried in the skillet.). It's quick, but it's really not much more than a sawmill gravy with coffee and ham. Oh, and it's chock-full of flour too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keithpowers View Post
    You talking about redeye gravy? I've never heard the recipe you're talking about. Ours was always a pan that has a glaze from frying ham, which you deglaze with cold black coffee, then add milk, flour, salt and pepper (and, if you're inclined, minced or diced country-style ham, preferably the one you just fried in the skillet.). It's quick, but it's really not much more than a sawmill gravy with coffee and ham. Oh, and it's chock-full of flour too.
    Yeah, that might be it. I was only kind of half-way paying attention until I heard "bacon grease, coffee, and cream."
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    When you exchange pictures of your kids with someone else on here and decide to arrange their marriage to begin a master race of beautiful primal people... What? Don't look at me like that, it's not like we would encourage them to hunt vegans or anything, geez. World domination hasn't even came up yet...
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    You know you're primal when you no longer show up for office parties.
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    ^Not sure that's a primal thing, but I don't think I'll go to the Winter outing this year. Food was mediocre last year, definitely not Primal, and I hate socializing meaninglessly. The Summer outing, however, had locally made ice cream and games and a hot air balloon!
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    When you cant remember why you liked some CW food.
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