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Thanks for the blogroll link - you have a great si...

2008-01-18T07:52:00.000-06:00

Thanks for the blogroll link - you have a great site!



Hey Matt...thanks for stopping by - just this morn...

2008-01-17T14:13:00.000-06:00

Hey Matt...thanks for stopping by - just this morning I added you to my blogroll!



What ancient hunter-gatherers were really after wa...

2008-01-17T14:08:00.000-06:00

What ancient hunter-gatherers were really after was the fat, not the protein from a kill. The unique fats from organ meats and bone marrow were crucial in the development of the modern brain.



Actually, the richest mammalian source of omega-3 ...

2008-01-11T17:47:00.000-06:00

Actually, the richest mammalian source of omega-3 is not the milk, it's the brain and nerve tissue (very rich in DHA and cervonic acid.) But prion disease has everone spooked; you can't buy it anymore.



Go, Dana, Go!My favorite bit of advice to ignore -...

2008-01-11T16:00:00.000-06:00

Go, Dana, Go!

My favorite bit of advice to ignore - trim all visible fat from a cut of meat. Like hell - that's the tastiest, best part. I've always loved the fat from a good steak, even as a little kid.

Oh, and if those chickens were truly raised free-range, so they could run around in the sunshine, I am told that their skin will have Vitamin D. I don't know if that's true ...



That was a wonderful article. Thanks for posting i...

2008-01-11T09:22:00.000-06:00

That was a wonderful article. Thanks for posting it.



As I told my wife, "As long as Soccer Mom only wan...

2008-01-09T22:43:00.000-06:00

As I told my wife, "As long as Soccer Mom only wants chicken breasts the rest of the chicken will be cheap for us."
At the local friendly grocery Chicken Breasts sell for $2.49 to $3.00 a pound while thighs and legs sell for $.99 a pound. Only in America!



Skinless boneless chicken breasts are an abominati...

2008-01-09T22:22:00.000-06:00

Skinless boneless chicken breasts are an abomination. My tongue mus tbe about two inches shorter form biting it every time I pass a meat counter and someone is ordering some.

I've been exploring "nose-to-tail" eating the last two years, ever since finding a small hobby farm near me where I can get hand raised meat, poultry, eggs, & goat milk. British cookbooks still have quite a few recipes for using the "variety cuts" such as kidneys, liver, heart, tongue, lung, tripe, pig trotters, etc. Anything I don't prepare for us goes into our homemade raw meat & poultry cat food (the oldest cat has normal blood tests now after being diagnosed with Chronic Renal Failure two years ago!).

And I've long been a fan of Dana's low carb recipes.



Right on-I always loved marrow as a child (and ad...

2008-01-09T18:42:00.000-06:00

Right on-I always loved marrow as a child (and adult). I love the line in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn where the kindly butcher tells the malnourished Francie to tell her mother "to dig the marrow out of the soup bone and make Francie a "samwisch" to put color back in her cheeks. Low carb is so good for our bodies but we live in a society disconnected with reality is all I can figure out. Glad your back, please keep up the good work.