Raw Meat is without a doubt the must nutritious thing you can put into your body.
What studies do I have to back this up? Only how I feel, how I look and how strong I feel after having some raw bison or raw fish. The next day I feel immensely strong, sexually activated and I am lean and ripped. I’ll take that over a medical study any day.
When you have meat raw you get far more protein, vitamins and minerals out of it than what is mentioned on the label. This is because those nutrition facts are collected only after the food has been boiled. This is how they do things in the lab. We know for a fact now that proteins are destroyed and deformed at anything above 118 degrees.
Is it Healthy to eat meat raw?
The answer is YES, it is far MORE HEALTHY TO EAT YOUR MEAT RAW.
There are only three things you must do to ensure you get the most out of it and never get sick.
- Make certain your meat is from a good source. Avoid beef as it is loaded with steroids, locked up in a cage it’s entire life and feed the leftover flesh of it’s own kind. Opt for Bison every time you can. The FDA doesn’t allow bison to be given any steroids or hormones and is usually grass feed & open range. If you want fish make sure it is wild caught. Avoid pork and chicken.
- Cold Cook the meat. Cold Cooking is an old art where you use the natural base’s and acids in food to cook meat without heating it. This process also kills off much of any bacteria that has accumulated and acts as a natural preservative. It also makes food more delicious and the best chef’s marinate their meats in cold cooking sauce before they heat it. The prime cold cooking agents are, lemons, vinegar, salt and garlic.
- Give thanks for the animal. This will be ignored by most people as superstition but their are studies that show that when people say prayers before they eat indigestion is cut down by 90% or more. I always pray before I eat and If I am having meat I give additional thanks for the sacrifice of the animal. Respect doesn’t just go two ways, it goes all ways.
My Cold Cooking Sauce Recipe
- 1 whole lemon, squeezed
- 1/2 a head of garlic , minced or crushed
- teaspoon of vinegar optional (added for extra enzymes, optional if you already have lemon juice)
- 1/4 cup of olive oil optional ( bison meat is so lean that I like to add some extra fat, optional )
- Red Miso Paste ( this is the secret ingredient that really helps bring out the flavor of the meat, required for bison, use yellow miso for fish )
- Celtic Sea Salt ( acts as a natural preservative so this should last in your fridge for about 3 days )
Put your ground bison or minced meat into this sauce for about 10-20 minutes and you will notice the meat will turn brown. This means it is now cold cooked!
After the meat is cold cooked I like to add a few extra things to make it even better.
- 1/2 a cucumber minced
- 1 White or Red Onion minced
- A whole bunch of the Stems left over from my Green Salads. I mince them or put them into the food processor and then add them to the raw meat. Yum and no Waste!
Be creative and add what you like to your Raw meat Tartar. Just remember not to add any acidic fruits or starches as that will hamper digestion. More on Proper Food Combining later.