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Old 09-04-2002, 02:13 PM   #16
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I think people are misunderstanding. This guy doesn't eat raw meat or uncooked pasta. He eats stuff that doesn't need to be cooked/hasn't been cooked, like fruits, vegetables, etc.
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ah well, I wasn't planning to invite him over for dinner anyway


I can't imagine crunchy pasta
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I think people are misunderstanding. This guy doesn't eat raw meat or uncooked pasta. He eats stuff that doesn't need to be cooked/hasn't been cooked, like fruits, vegetables, etc.
That was my understanding of the article. The wording is a bit unclear, but I think the article is saying that this person DOESN'T eat meat, pasta, rice, or beans.
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Old 09-04-2002, 03:56 PM   #19
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There is a small community of raw food eaters here where I live. Most of them have serious life-threatening illnesses and their health has improved dramatically (some even cured completely) from eating a strict raw food diet. Not a vegan diet, mind you--but raw meat, fish and, yes, even chicken . I put my cat on a raw food diet and she was cured of advanced kidney disease within a couple of months (the traditional vet had recommended euthanizing her, but the ol' gal wasn't ready to go yet!) so I kind of believe there is some merit to the raw food theory.

Here is a link to the raw people's website, fyi:

http://www.rawpaleodiet.org/
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Re: Uncooked food

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This is a clip from a New York Times article about a new trend in people eating totally uncooked food. I would be willing to try - what do you think???


When I suggest that vegans I've met often look sickly, he shrugs. ''What we perceive as healthy may to a certain extent be socially determined,'' he says. ''They may have been very healthy and just looked weird to you.'' Klein himself is gaunt, though his arms are enviably muscular.
Vegan Moby is one of the healthiest-looking people I've ever seen and has unbelievable energy onstage. He's pale, but that's New York chic.
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Then I must be very chic...

Sicy, aren't you Italian??? No al dente? Don't your people hate you for that???
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* eats your brains aldente
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you have said that before.

I think you have some kind of *thing* for eating brains.....



weird.




very weird.
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You're calling ME weird.?

You just replied to every thread on the first page.

freak.
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That is because I have so much time on my hands...

I am stil la bit miffed by the al ldente remark. Pasta is perfect al dente...


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I dont like hard pasta!!

Is that ok with you???


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that is fine with me.


no - I have written a program to reply to all the threads in a certain forum.

yes - I have super duper high speed internet service at work.

I will tell you a funny story if you want to hear one...
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I can't imagine crunchy pasta
Yummmmmy!
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no - I have written a program to reply to all the threads in a certain forum.
I dont believe you.
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I'll tell u a story, neither funny nor raw

..because of the drought, the price of good quality beef has dropped dramatically here....for now. So my boys are going carnivorous for a while, they'll love it. I don't eat it, I hate handling and cooking it ugh!!! the things you do.

I have been really getting my health back in line lately (smoking is the biggie I now realise...damn it!!!) Eating low-fat and fresh is the go, but not always convenient.
What I think I realise is maintaining regular exercise is the biggie for continung to feel fit. I have been slack this past week and don't feel near as a good. So the penny drops...after 40 years....no excuses

Raw?ROAR!!!!...it was funny to open the "Cover art" thread and see those buffalo when I had just packed all that steak in the freezer..ugh!!!

Salads are the go, but I would miss my curries and baked dinners and stir fries and the boys fave...Mexican!!! Nope, cooking is OK.imho
I didn't actually read the article to be honest, just wanted to confess to now realising I have to stop smoking to get healthier...damn damn damn
sorry ouizy and Sicy...Australian beef board ad,you would think. Now where were you?
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