Will your recipes support alternatives to pork?

Answered on August 17, 2016
Created April 28, 2016 at 8:17 PM

There are many reasons to avoid pork.

Jewish people have their own readons for avoiding it.

I started doing research on pork, many years ago, because of the numerous warnings in the Bible on eating pork.  I spoke to a man who's title was "Doctorate of Molecular Biochemistry" and was told that pork can carry 16 different parasites that humans contract by eating pork.  He also told me that he ran an experiment where he baked a pork roast at 600 degrees for 16 hours, it was a charcoal brick, and there were still living parasite.  That means that there is no way to cook it well enough to kill the parasites.

I also found out that the government knew about the parasitic problem.  That is why the pork products get injected with more than a dozen carcinogens (cancer causing agents) in an attempt to kill any parasites.  How they can then claim it is safe to eat is beyond me.

My big question is that if I am going to be checking out your recipes for paleo eating, can you at least put alternatives in the recipes that use pork?

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on August 17, 2016
at 04:08 PM

I don't eat pork, so I substitute chicken or beef in most recipes. If a recipe calls for shredded pork, I use slow cooked chicken thigh with a couple of breasts & shred the meat. I'll use a chuck roast slow cooked

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