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by 0 · about 7 hours ago

I found it in the refrigerated section at Kroger ($2.50). Package doesn't say whether it was pasteurized or not. Ingredients are: "Cabbage, Water, Salt, Sodium Benzoate as a Preservative, and Sodium Bisulfitefor Color Retention." ... (more)

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Janknitz 0 · March 06, 2014 at 1:24 AM

I don't know for sure but I don't think so. This is why: 1. It doesn't say "fermented" or "live cultures" on the packaging 2. It contains preservatives: Sodium benzoate and sodium bisulfate. Living food is rotting food. That's the... (more)

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by 3521 · about 9 hours ago

There are cultures who consume a lot of dairy, others consume a lot of tubers. Some go crazy on coconut, but is there any who consume a lot of their calories from eggs? If so, how is their health?

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Bread_Eating_Beelzebub 0 · November 09, 2011 at 12:52 AM

An interesting question because relatively modern agrarian production methods and genetics are really what allow us to enjoy a consistant supply of eggs, but there were traditional cultures with fairly high egg consumption, but almost all of them... (more)

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by 1772 · October 31, 2014 at 3:50 AM

If you could be born in any time period into any tribe/culture, which would it be? Would you be born into the paleolithic as a lone caveman? Or a modern hunter gatherer tribe like an aborigine? What would you choose?

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RevRigel 0 · September 09, 2012 at 5:10 PM

Post-biological transhuman, obviously. Diet would be irrelevant, and I would be immortal.

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by 5 · October 31, 2014 at 3:29 AM

Are there traditional cultures that are following low-fat diets?

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cliff_1 0 · December 31, 2011 at 1:36 PM

A lot of the island cultures are low fat, some good examples in weston prices book. Kitavan eat ~15-20% which is considered low fat. Probably a decent amount of low fat tribes in africa as well.

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by 4283 · October 31, 2014 at 3:26 AM

I found something called Bulgarian Cultured Yogurt and Bulgarian Cultured Buttermilk at Sunflower Farmers Market. Does anyone know how this stuff compares to Kefir, Greek Yogurt, Etc? Does it belong in a primal spectrum? EDIT: I went back to... (more)

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Nance 0 · December 08, 2011 at 4:01 PM

Making yogurt at home is one of my new hobbies. As I understand it, Bulgarian yogurt is like a "breed" of yogurt since cultures that originated in different areas have differences in taste, thickness, etc. Greek and Bulgarian are the Ford and... (more)

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