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Goldie
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may I ask again .. what are you eating in a day?  It might help us to 'see'...

I love pumpkinsoup.. and its good for me, but I need to learn how to make it from scratch.




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Arugula, raw
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Yogurt is goat yogurt and blueberries come from a pomagranate-blueberry juice. Fish is pompano instead of whiting now and may change.
This is close to what I ideally eat some days, quantities may be wrong. About half of the days I prefer less salad and eat some cooked legumes(green lentils, peas, pinto beans) in a bowl with goat yogurt. Half of the days I prefer less almonds and no mulberries and eat carob molasses mixed with high-fat dark cocoa together with the carrot. I think the diet is lacking in cholesterol and I'll add some ovine or turkey organ meat to it and/or leave the lamb meat with it's fat. Nutritiondata's calculator says 40% of my cholesterol requirement is met and it's necessary for hormone synthesis. Maybe I rarely add some expensive factory quail eggs raw.
I think I'll add some rock salt to the legumes when I find.

This is from "My Tracking" from http://www.nutritiondata.com it's very useful.

Anything is open to corrections or suggestions.
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I haven't yet looked for every micronutrient, maybe I'm missing some metalloids such as silica. I can add some honey comb too.
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Chlorella instead spirulina and a teaspoon bladderwrack. Organ meat will be very useful, especially when it's raw I think.
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are you the person in charge of cooking in your house, Onur?

if my 23 yo son handed me a list like yours, I d definitely name him official chef, from that moment on, but solely for his personal meals......


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Generally mom washes vegetables for me and I prepare and eat alone.
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Anything is open to corrections or suggestions.


the details are staggering.. the set up is messy on my screen..  

organ meats are something I might have you look up to be sure..  

You must be some cook .. what actually makes you so interested?


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I have get good grades and graduate from an English Industrial Engineering department in Turkey this year

I was once dreaming about a restaurant selling food that heal but I think even being a personal cook can be too much for me
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a friend chef in Portugal is doing just that!
epigenetic cooking......he wants to get certified as well, but those are future plans
I n the meantime I m helping him out in the planning of his different menus


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Cool Lola!!
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RAW meat?  Gross.
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you obviously have never been treated to organic grass fed free range Stake Tartar!!!


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I miss pumpkin but sweet potatoes are a great alternative  


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I miss pumpkin but sweet potatoes are a great alternative  


Be aware that what you call Butternut Pumpkin in Oz is called Butternut Squash in the US and is okay to have.
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you obviously have never been treated to organic grass fed free range Stake Tartar!!!
Umm wouldn't that be a steak tartare? Or is that a joke I'm assuming so... Ever seen Mr Bean & the episode of "The Birthday" when he had that dish...
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you re not only assuming right but almost spelling right!!!!

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steak tartare?


steak tartar it is! thanks for the heads up

I must have imagined the poor steak on a stake or something


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