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aussielady582
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I now really appreciate the healing/strengthening benefits of ghee and duck fat, and give thanks to the wonderful animals providing this fat which is helping improve my health.  I had dry skin/hair for a long time, now this is changing. and this fat gives a nice yang energy on a subtle level, which is balancing.  the benefit are numerous.
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I ll stick with ghee, ty!


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Ghee is definitely awesome. I notice how much of a change it has made with healing my gut. I'm way less reactive now - I think the ghee plus the bone stock I make are responsible for that.
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After years with mainly vegetarian oils I must admit animals fats make me feel and look good

I do miss good bacon dripping and goose or duck fat - makes fried things so crisp - but then I´ve got ghee and butter as diamonds whatt NOT to like;)


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Duck fat is a nice treat for me.

I only roast a duck 2-3 times a year and allow myself to enjoy both the fat and the skin more than I would if it were a more regular food for me.
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Thankyou all for your comments, will buy more ghee today as seemed to use more than usual recently, think my intuition told me I needed it as had eaten grains/dairy and cooked starches and think my intestinal lining was inflamed again, also will buy duck today - buy it occasionally, when budget allows, I prefer duck to chicken.  Fish/esp sardines work best for me - like salmon sometimes, cod nice, then lamb, duck, beef and some eggs.  never dairy again as I also think it interferes with mineral absorption, and I must learn more about casein / lactose soon.
Save fat after cooking duck, can fry liver or eggs, or onions in duck fat, good to be economical. yesterday I cooked lamb neck casserole for lunch time, was surprised how I enjoyed it, easy to cook in oven - himalyan mountain salt, a dash of cayenne pepper, dried oregano brought out the flavour, as well as veg  - parsnip, carrot, turnip, onion.  Plus fresh ginger/garlic.
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bone stock, yes - good, I also added lamb loin chop bones to beef bones this week for broth, I can feel the soothing quality as I drink the broth. I also added some sea vegetables and parsely but I like to strain before eating as I don't want starchy foods in my system.  (SCD diet says no to sea vegetables)!
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