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dee in heaven
06-09-2005, 12:03 AM
im dee,im new here,i have a head injury,raw food is a healer,show me everything.ive been recovering for 5 years.6 months ago i could not walk but a few steps.i through all my pills out,30 a day.i was dying.i ask GOD to heal me now im climbing mountains.i feel like superman in heaven.i lost 60 lbs i gained in accident.i only eat veggies and fish.i want to eat what GOD put her for me to eat.i think this site will help me.i have been reading lots of books,but thats not enough.i need help.a teacher.please help me.i want to live a long ,healthy life.out of town.in the mountains.thank you. dee in montana
06-09-2005, 12:12 AM
well you came to the right place! What type of veggies have you been eating (cooked,steamed or raw) , have you been eating fruit? What type of fish have you been eating , have you thought about going veg? There are many helpful people on this board! This is a GREAT community to belong to!
Best wishes :)
dee in heaven
06-09-2005, 11:52 AM
thank you for responding.they call it fresh fish at the store,salmon,tuna,tipala,soward fish,trout,crab,lobster, i just got my new fishing lience so ill be catching my own.i want to learn to freeze and dry fish. when im hiking ill eat it fresh,mayby some raw. veggies,now that ive got my garden started,i can now have some really good salads,planted squash on my hillside.i live at 4000 ft.dont know how this will do ,short growing season,by next year i want to attach a green house to my house,then ill have a 4 season garden.i eat my veggies raw cooked and steamed.im learning to cook.ive had to have help because of my head injury,mostly because i would forget i was cooking and id start a fire?i dont do that anymore thank GOD.i live on top of a mountain,theres all kinds of plants here,i have books,but i have trouble identifing them,the plants change so quickly,i guess it takes time to get to know what they are. well got to go thank you all dee in montana
06-09-2005, 11:58 AM
Just out of curiousity, if you are now learning to cook and are interested in eating fish, what would you be looking for on a site which is about a raw, vegan lifestyle?
One thing about eating raw (fruits, veggies, seeds, nuts), one NEVER has to concern themselves with starting fires or leaving a pan on and going out.
I wish you well with your health challenges ~
06-10-2005, 04:38 AM
Dee in Heaven,
If you want to learn about the Raw Vegan lifestyle where you ONLY eat RAW fruits vegetables, nuts and grains this is the place.
The people who come to this forum, come here specifically to learn about the raw lifestyle, and to discuss the fun, challenges, heart ache, and beauty of this lifestyle.
It offends me to hear about your fish torture and killing.
So, although I support everyone in their personal choices, this is not the place to discuss eating cooked food or flesh of any kind.
06-10-2005, 06:13 AM
Hi Dee and welcome to the board!
I had been biting my tongue in this thread the last couple of days but I wanted thank Revvell and RawPriestess for expressing what I wanted to, but felt a little ambivalent about expressing myself. I really don't even visit this area often for my own reasons, but the subject header said "help" and so of course I was gonna read this.
Dee, I realize you are trying to work towards a better way of life and health and I commend you for that and if you are striving to eat all or mostly raw food (fruits, veggies, nuts and seeds) then we are definitely here to assist you in anyway that we can.
But this is a raw *vegan* discussion group. While not everyone here is vegan (some still eat meat, some consume honey which is considered by some to be a non-vegan practice) and not everyone eats 100% raw (some still consume cooked food either due to being in transition or because they choose to not give it up totally) but we all understand (or at least it's been expressed) that this board IS a vegan, raw foods board that was designed to be a place of support to those who wish to eat raw or who already do so.
Therefore, we don't get into the discussion of hunting, fishing, cooking, meat-consumption and the like. Now, I DO realize that you were only answering a question that was asked of you, so I'm not "faulting" you, only informing you.
Again, while not everyone here adheres to a vegan lifestyle, there ARE many here who are strict vegans and are very senstive to things involving animals. I know that not everyone will agree on the stance taken here and that's okay, however, it is the way it is.
I hope you understand and I invite you to read our Mission Statement to further understand the purpose of this site.
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