Got any additional candidates? Or better yet, answers to these vexing questions?
In regards to raw veggies:
In the book Conscious Eating Gabriel Cousens writes that ' from a quantum physics point of view, Photons never become old, they have the same quickness as time', they are involved with anti entropy, the anti again process. The sun emits this powerful photon anti aging energy. The sun's photon energy is attracted to the sun like electrons within our biological systems. So not only do the high electron foods donate electrons to our bodies, but they also act as solar resonance fields in the body to attract, store and conduct the sun's energy in our bodies. Light attracting Light. Minerals are frequencies of light, Live raw foods are packed with both electrons and minerals, and therefore light. When we eat these foods, we are in fact eating the light of the Sun and activating the light from within us which shines, radiates and attracts more light.
This must be true, right? Mystery solved.
Weird that there are so few answers to this question.
I have another candidate. This one has been vexing me from time to time over the last few months. Why does so much animal fat taste suspicious? Even when it's from grass-fed animals the fat can make me a little queasy. I've also controlled for parts of the animal: one fatty lamb shank will give me the ickies but another one will send me into transports. I've noticed the same thing with tallow as well. Sometimes it's delicious and sometimes it's suspicious. (Although here we can't control for the parts of the animal as much. Melissa HGL did ask a question about this once but it has not gotten all that many responses.)
Are there pollutants/toxins sneaking their way into the fat even of pastured animals? Is it the long transport time (think of lamb from New Zealand)?
It seems to me I should be eating beef tallow all day long every day but I have not had very much luck with this.