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  1. Donkey_Fizzle is offline

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    So does the Ethiopian Famine diet but that doesn't mean it's healthy.
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    It's just another caloric restriction diet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrblackmagic
    It's just another caloric restriction diet.
    And **** animals is just another way to have sex but that don't make it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrblackmagic
    It's just another caloric restriction diet.
    but isn't that what a diet is, caloric restriction? The only diet I have heard of that allows you to eat anything you want to loose weight is methamphetamine diet, and I heard the side effects on that one are on the nasty side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tabwyo

    edit: If your logic is based solely on how humans did it in the "good old days" then perhaps a buckskin loin cloth and stone tools seem sensible as well.

    You've been watching me train again havent you?



    Nah, it just seems very realistic that for a large part of human existence, we would have to spend most of the day out hunting, while eating small grubs, berries and shrubbery, then at night gorge on the meal caught. And since that meal was an important part of survival, during the daytime our body may recognize this and give us that little extra juice to bring home the dinner.

    It's not impossible to thing that humans would evolve in the matter of food just the same way that bears and every other species has their own methods of survival.


    I'm not doing this diet to loose weight, it not a matter of caloric intake for me. I already eat well enough. Maybe this will cut a small amount of calories out, but if I'm able to manage the day without starving to death, by way of clever diet then I would certainly try it.

    Before, my training diet was, breakfast, either a taco or a bowl of cereal, at 10am a handful of sandwich meat and an apple, normal lunch varying, 2:30 pm handful of meat and apple, 4:30pm hand full of meat and apple, 5:00- 8pm train, immediately after, handful of meat and apple. Then I may have dinner or go to sleep. 6 possibly 7 meals a day, and I was usually hungry a lot of the time waiting for food.

    I just want the heightened sense and to be in the back of my mind hungry, ready to go to war to get my meal. As it was before, I was so caught up on getting my meals right, that I wouldnt train if I had an off day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemesai
    You've been watching me train again havent you?
    and here I thought you were reffering to fuckin animals..................
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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    I feel like a wolf looking for a nice little deer to kill.
    THe first thing I thought is that this is often the way I naturally eat during the cycle of the day. Some tea when I get up, some light stuff during the day, and then a big meal of my staple combo* of meat/veggies/grain.

    * last meal: oven-roasted salmon fillet dusted w. hawaiian salt, organic red chard, orzo with organic basil and parmesan. Booyah!

    It also strikes me as probably a pretty natural pattern for hunter-gatherers: out stalking all day, eating whatever nuts, berries, and grubworms you come across, plus maybe a little pemmican or jerky or whatever. Then you bag some game and drag it back to the camp or village, where you kick back and let the squaw cook it up.

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    Since you mentioned eating Bambi, I'm gonna grace you flesh-starved barbarians with my second favorite venison recipe.

    Big Will's Cherokee Stew

    required equipment: cast-iron dutch oven, the great outdoors, beer

    ground venison (no fat added is best for this)
    a shitload of garlic
    sweet potatoes
    yams
    regular potatoes
    carrots
    golden beets are also cool
    onions
    celery
    herb(s) - thyme, taragon, oregano, marijuana, whatever
    good olive oil, or even butter
    water
    salt and pepper

    Make a fire in a smallish pit. Have a Beer. When the fire burns down to coals, have another beer and put the dutch oven in the pit. Put the oil or butter, and sautee the onions, celery garlic (whole cloves, tons of 'em!), and venison. Once browned, put in a little water and add potatoes and other roots. Add the herbs. smoke some of the marijuana.

    Add any other ingredients that sound tasty. Put lid on oven and let stew, addiing more water (beer would probably work too) as needed. Have a Beer. Give your friends some more beer. Let it cook a while, until the roots atre soft and the stew is good an swampy. Add salt and a shitload of black pepper. Smoke some more marijauna.

    Take the dutch oven off the fire, and eat it straight out of the pot. Smoke the rest of the marijuana, and I'll see you in the Happy Hunting Grounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zendetta
    sweet potatoes
    yams
    You only need to list each ingredient once, yams are sweet potatoes.
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    And just where to you stalk your beer??? I need to go to those hunting grounds.
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