Took me some digging to find it again, but the main 'name' associated with this is that of Vilhjamur Stefansson, an arctic explorer from the golden days around the turn of the century. He first learned about it from indigenous populations in certain areas that had such diets for at least parts of the year, and applied it at times during expeditions as well.
I'm not entirely on-board with some of the statements in that article (there's a lot that's either outdated, or very dubious / still contested in scientific debate), but in general I agree that I wouldn't recommend a carnivore diet to anyone. While it seems technically feasible, it's hard to do it 'right', and due to the 'whole animal'-necessity involves eating a lot of parts that many won't find necessarily particularly appealing or attractive (organ meat, fats). No matter how much you like meat, eating only meat eventually becomes rather boring and monotone, and it's just much easier to sustain diets that have more variety.I love my meat, ...but also love eating plants. Can't see depriving myself on all the glorious veggies.
The Carnivore Diet consists exclusively of animal products and is claimed to aid an array of health issues. Learn all you need to know.www.healthline.com
Thanks for that, that was an interesting read.
yeah I mean fruits and vegetables and grains are awesome and Im not sure why you would deprive yourself of them.Thanks for that, that was an interesting read.
OK, so you probably won't die within a year of eating only meat I think I'll stick to eating other things as well, regardless
Nice! I think not too long ago I have posted a recipe for red radicchio risotto. Try that, it is absolutely delicious!Over the last monts we became more and more fans of risottos. There are so many different ways to prepare them. Today we did a new one, that was made of red wine and beetroot juice. In addition we had a grape salad with chicoree
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I never made this, but it looks intriguing, it is from one of my all time favorite chefs, Michel Richard, RIP.I only ever made one risotto that I consider a failure. I tried to make a dessert version, replacing the stock with orange juice and the cheese with white chocolate. While actually tasting great it was so incredibly rich and heavy it was almost impossible to eat. Literally had to 'lighten' it by eating vanilla ice cream on the side.
Right, i saw that before. It looks great, but i don't like blue cheese. Anyway i was thinking about trying it. Danke fürs erinnern.Nice! I think not too long ago I have posted a recipe for red radicchio risotto. Try that, it is absolutely delicious!
EDIT: here’s the link:Whats cooking? **** Making something fine and fancy?** Just plain good? Show us!
Damn! I love fried oysters, haven't had them in years—they were a regular on the table at Chinese banquets with my family!