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    Quote Originally Posted by mostofthetime7 View Post
    Just because your parents lived longer than most doesnt mean they had optimal health.
    Yes, I'm well aware that there are plenty of people on CW diets, drinking and smoking their way through their 90s never having heard of paleo. My grandpa is still working and lugging stuff around at 95, however. There are plenty of ways to live a healthy, productive life, paleo/primal is but one. Then again, some people are just lucky in their genetics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by counterpuncher View Post
    Personally, I'm glad that the o.p. is in great health. Good for you.
    Blowing your own horn, however, and putting others down that may not be as advanced as you are shows a certain lack of maturity.
    People who have their shit together and are secure within themselves don't have to go around telling others about how great they are. Doing so, especially with complete strangers on an anonymous message board, screams of desperation for attention, and is most definitely a symptom of some underlying problem.
    Good luck to you, O.P.
    I'm so great in part because of how I eat. This is a forum about nutrition. Seems fairly relevant to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damiana View Post
    Yes, I'm well aware that there are plenty of people on CW diets, drinking and smoking their way through their 90s never having heard of paleo. My grandpa is still working and lugging stuff around at 95, however. There are plenty of ways to live a healthy, productive life, paleo/primal is but one. Then again, some people are just lucky in their genetics.
    Healthy and productive is relative. You just have low standards for what is healthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mostofthetime7 View Post
    I'm so great in part because of how I eat. This is a forum about nutrition. Seems fairly relevant to me.
    I'm sure your eating habits are top-notch, and it's great that you've found an approach that works for you.
    Sharing that info to help others is admirable, but coming across like a condescending know-it-all is not, and simply magnifys your level of immaturity.
    Like I said....Good luck to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    How do I prepare this to be delicious???? I have tried popping it into my rice cooker, cooked it in my rice cooker with curry spices, and cooked it with meat and garlic in other dishes, but to no avail. It still tastes dry and tasteless with a cakey texture. How to make it tasty?

    On the other hand, sticky rice and jasmine are delicious. I will have a cup now and then.
    Two cups of cold water, one cup of rice (or a similar ratio). Put into a pot on the stovetop, bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer gently until water is absorbed, and then allow to stand a couple of minutes before serving. Mine comes out fluffy and tender, not dry at all.

    The quality of the rice will make a difference too. I don't buy the cheap basmati--I wait for a larger bag of the good stuff to go on sale.
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    Anyone else have a rice recipe to share?

    I made a really killer stirfry the other day with grassfed beef, veggies from my CSA and lots of tasty spices, and served it over rice. Very tasty and a great post-workout dinner.
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    oh man.. i'm actually one of the most confident people out there. any of my friends and anyone on this forum could vouch for me. i don't act like an asshole. you do. facts is facts....

    i actually feel sorry for people like you

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    Quote Originally Posted by not on the rug View Post
    oh man.. i'm actually one of the most confident people out there. any of my friends and anyone on this forum could vouch for me. i don't act like an asshole. you do. facts is facts....

    i actually feel sorry for people like you
    That's cool, I feel sorry for people like you too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owly View Post
    Anyone else have a rice recipe to share?

    Yes. Italian sausage and mushroom risotto. Its wonderful

    Italian Sausage and Wild Mushroom Risotto Recipe at Epicurious.com

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    anyone in the mood for some paella? a coworker of mine ws just telling me about some amazing paella she ate over the weekend at this amazing spanish restaurant. and now i want some

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