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12/31/2010 11:17 AM
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According to Kevin Trudeau in Natural Cures "they" don't want you to know about. On page 145 it states

"Do not eat anything that comes out of a microwave."



Holey shit! you believe Kevin Trudeau? That guy is one of the biggest scam artist in modern history.

It's all about money when you talk about Kevin. He couldn't give a flying fuck about anybody.

Ok, I deem your argument invalid. Next
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1152779

Agree! But what he's says about microwave is true. I've read other sources. I know of this mans intentions. But you learn something in every book you read.
Scam artist? Why? Then everyone is a scam artist who is only interested in money. Well welcome to the real world.
Why should he give a fuck about anybody? Do you? Modern History?? How old are you?? Einstein was a scam!

Deem argument invalid?? Ya cause you don't know how to argue. Topic is about MICROWAVES! Not Trudeau. Not everything he says is a scam or he wouldn't have sold a thing. Have you spent the time and read it? Doubt it by the methods you use to argue.

I deem your thinking lacks intelligence and forsight! NEXT!
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12/31/2010 11:19 AM
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We don't eat TV dinners here so we don't use it much either. We do eat canned soup sometimes when we are in a hurry, and use it for that. Otherwise, we mostly use it to zap our tea if we let it get cold, heat up a slice of home-made bread, or melt butter for cooking. I could easily do without it. My son pops popcorn but the rest of us can't stand microwave corn and use the air-popper instead.


Whenever I heat up soup, I just use a smaller pot.
I've done the same with tea.

My grandmother showed me how to make real green tea in a small pot and it's far better... but I can see how it can be convinient for something like that though.
 Quoting: J-Rico


Watch that green tea, it's loaded with sodium flouride
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We don't eat TV dinners here so we don't use it much either. We do eat canned soup sometimes when we are in a hurry, and use it for that. Otherwise, we mostly use it to zap our tea if we let it get cold, heat up a slice of home-made bread, or melt butter for cooking. I could easily do without it. My son pops popcorn but the rest of us can't stand microwave corn and use the air-popper instead.


Whenever I heat up soup, I just use a smaller pot.
I've done the same with tea.

My grandmother showed me how to make real green tea in a small pot and it's far better... but I can see how it can be convinient for something like that though.


Watch that green tea, it's loaded with sodium flouride
 Quoting: SonnyListon


The natural green tea?
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12/31/2010 11:24 AM
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Good for you OP.

I don't have one either. Also I hunt with a 110 year old Swedish Mauser I bought from an Amish guy for 75$. I guarantee I'll out shoot any 900$ 30-06.

Fuck the system, buy used, buy old, be happy.

A rake at goodwill that was made in Ohio in 1950 will last ten times longer then that rake you buy at walmart.

For 4 years I used to boil my coffee in a pot on the stove.

Keep it real.
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Amen to that. There's enough quality used tools and things out there to shut down every WalMart in the country.
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12/31/2010 11:27 AM
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Not sure which but all teas especially the lipton have been found to have hi levels of flouuride. Flouride goes into the body where Iodine should be. Iodine is necessary for good health but flouride is indeed a poison.
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Not sure which but all teas especially the lipton have been found to have hi levels of flouuride. Flouride goes into the body where Iodine should be. Iodine is necessary for good health but flouride is indeed a poison.
 Quoting: SonnyListon


Oh, but you're talking about the commercial tea though... the ones sold at Walmart and the like???

I was talking about natural tea... not from a package.
My grandmother would grind it down with mortar and pestle.

But now you've intrigued me with this.
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[link to www.qualityhealth.com]
Is the Microwave Bad for Your Health?

By Andrea Neblett
Reviewed by QualityHealth's Medical Advisory Board
Why haven't you heard of Hans Hertel? It's a question worth asking if you consider the prevalence of microwaves in homes and the persistent questions about whether the microwave is safe for cooking.
In some circles the microwave is considered one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century. Time-crunched families rely on them for many meals, as do the culinary-challenged crowd. Microwaves are very-high-frequency radio waves that swing back and forth at a frequency of about 2 billion cycles per second, states the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. During this process, they make certain molecules move and generate heat. Microwaves enter food from the outside, and penetrate instantly into a chunk of food, heating and cooking as they go.
Even though they're convenient, many people still wonder if a microwave is safe to heat food. The short answer is no. In recent years, for instance, public health warnings were issued about microwaving foods in plastic containers, because chemicals in the plastic can leach into food. Plus, we now know that old or faulty microwaves also increase our exposure to radiation. But, concerns about their safety go way back.
Microwaved Foods Alter Human Blood Chemistry
Dr. Hans Hertel was the first person to reveal the dangers of microwave cooking in 1989. The Swiss scientist carried out a study to determine what happens when humans eat food cooked in the microwave.
Hertel found that the food was not safe; it undergoes molecular damage, and when eaten, causes significant changes in human blood chemistry and immune systems. It reduces good cholesterol and the lifespan of white blood cells, and increased leukocyte levels, which indicate poisoning and cell damage. These findings seemed to be backed up when a woman in Oklahoma died after being given a blood transfusion with blood warmed in a microwave.
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Not sure which but all teas especially the lipton have been found to have hi levels of flouuride. Flouride goes into the body where Iodine should be. Iodine is necessary for good health but flouride is indeed a poison.


Oh, but you're talking about the commercial tea though... the ones sold at Walmart and the like???

I was talking about natural tea... not from a package.
My grandmother would grind it down with mortar and pestle.

But now you've intrigued me with this.
 Quoting: J-Rico


Yes, its pretty new news to me too. Sorry to change the thread subject.

I dont worry too much about the microwave but cook mostly on the stove. Do plants really die when watered with Mwaved water???
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[link to www.laleva.cc]
3. Creation of a "binding effect" to radioactivity in the atmosphere, thus causing a marked increase in the amount of alpha and
beta particle saturation in foods;

4. Creation of cancer causing agents within protein hydrolysate compounds* in milk and cereal grains [*these are natural proteins that are split into unnatural fragments by the addition of water];

5. Alteration of elemental food-substances, causing disorders in the digestive system by unstable catabolism* of foods subjected to microwaves [*the metabolic breakdown process];

6. Due to chemical alterations within food substances, malfunctions were observed within the lymphatic systems [absorbent
vessels], causing a degeneration of the immune potentials of the body to protect against certain forms of neoplastics [abnormal growths of tissue];

7. Ingestion of microwaved foods caused a higher percentage of cancerous cells within the blood serum [cytomas - cell tumors
such as sarcoma];

8. Microwave emissions caused alteration in the catabolic [metabolic breakdown] behavior of glucoside [hydrolyzed dextrose] and galactoside [oxidized alcohol] elements within frozen fruits when thawed in this manner;

9. Microwave emission caused alteration of the catabolic [metabolic breakdown] behavior of plant alkaloids [organic nitrogen
based elements] when raw, cooked, or frozen vegetables were exposed for even extremely short durations;

10. Cancer causing free radicals [highly reactive incomplete molecules] were formed within certain trace mineral molecular
formations in plant substances, and in particular, raw root-vegetables; and,

11. In a statistically high percentage of persons, microwaved foods caused stomach and intestinal cancerous growths, as well as a general degeneration of peripheral cellular tissues, with a gradual breakdown of the function of the digestive and excretive systems.
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Cooking food in a microwave oven changes the molecular structure of the food in a detrimental fashion. The digestion system is not capable of breaking down microwaved food. A steady diet of microwaved food is prelude to disease.

I have not had a microwave in my kitchen in for the last 12 years. Yes they are convenient, but not worth the health risk. If plants that only receive microwaved water die, what do think microwaved food and beverages do to your body?
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12/31/2010 11:39 AM
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Re: I don't have a microwave
J-Rico,
no microwave here either...
also great source for organic herbs teas and spices.
mountainroseherbs.com check them out!
That's where I get my green tea. Have you tried tumbler ale yet?
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12/31/2010 11:41 AM
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I refuse to use them. If I ever turn that monster on, it's to make a quick meal when I did not have time to defrost my meat/poultry (usually, I just don't think that far ahead). I don't eat microwaved popcorn or re-heated leftovers anymore.

As far as I'm concerned, what goes into a microwave comes out biologically altered with microwave-radiated cells.
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I don't own a microwave. I never will. I have, but I never will.
 Quoting: J-Rico

and never have.


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Not sure which but all teas especially the lipton have been found to have hi levels of flouuride. Flouride goes into the body where Iodine should be. Iodine is necessary for good health but flouride is indeed a poison.
 Quoting: SonnyListon


This is why organic tea is preferable.
J-Rico  (OP)

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12/31/2010 11:46 AM
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J-Rico,
no microwave here either...
also great source for organic herbs teas and spices.
mountainroseherbs.com check them out!
That's where I get my green tea. Have you tried tumbler ale yet?
 Quoting: A3


Bought it last night.
Gonna give it a go tonight!
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12/31/2010 11:48 AM
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Re: I don't have a microwave
According to Kevin Trudeau in Natural Cures "they" don't want you to know about. On page 145 it states

"Do not eat anything that comes out of a microwave."



Holey shit! you believe Kevin Trudeau? That guy is one of the biggest scam artist in modern history.

It's all about money when you talk about Kevin. He couldn't give a flying fuck about anybody.

Ok, I deem your argument invalid. Next
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1152779


Its not about Kevin Trudeau! Its about microwaving your food silly. There are many articles written by experts.....just google....seek and you will find.
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12/31/2010 11:53 AM
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We have one, but for pretty much one purpose. I leave a plate in there for him if he gets delayed coming home.
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cool, enjoy...
It rocks! I'd be surprised if you don't like it (tumbler).
also do check out mountain rose.
I use to buy organic green tea from natural food stores, local and chains. Usually paid $25 plus for a pound of organic gunpowder green tea. MtnRose charges closer to $10 for the same...
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Not sure which but all teas especially the lipton have been found to have hi levels of flouuride. Flouride goes into the body where Iodine should be. Iodine is necessary for good health but flouride is indeed a poison.


This is why organic tea is preferable.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1212418


aaaaggggghhhh....no not Liptons tea. I recently switched from Tetleys black tea......tastes like dust, to Liptons. I've been trying to kick the black tea habit....but its not easy. Think I'm addicted. I am quite familiar with all the other alternatives, my cupboard is filled with them. Just need to dig my heels in and give it up.
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There are about 20 cups of coffee in my microwave...Every day I put another one in there to reheat and then forget about it...
Poor people do poor people things, and rich people do rich people things.

You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity.

What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.

The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.

When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is the beginning of the end of any nation.

You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it!

when you rob Paul to give to Peter ... ... ... you will always get Peters support!

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cool, enjoy...
It rocks! I'd be surprised if you don't like it (tumbler).
also do check out mountain rose.
I use to buy organic green tea from natural food stores, local and chains. Usually paid $25 plus for a pound of organic gunpowder green tea. MtnRose charges closer to $10 for the same...
 Quoting: A3

I always find that green tea tasts bitter. What say you?
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cool, enjoy...
It rocks! I'd be surprised if you don't like it (tumbler).
also do check out mountain rose.
I use to buy organic green tea from natural food stores, local and chains. Usually paid $25 plus for a pound of organic gunpowder green tea. MtnRose charges closer to $10 for the same...

I always find that green tea tastes bitter. What say you?
 Quoting: ohhappydays


add a little stevia, in it's natural dried form...

I like the taste, it isn't bitter to me, but I do add a bit of almond milk sometimes and it has a naturally sweet and nutty flavor.

Hell, come to think about it, most everyone drinks coffee, and it's bitter as shit!
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Apparently, some people have never heard of skillets, grills, cast iron cookware, dutch ovens, conventional ovens and stoves.
 Quoting: J-Rico


Isn't that where you fart in bed then hold your girlfriends head under the covers?
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have one but stopped using it for food especially after reading the mercola article on microwaves and the dangers.

i only use it to heat my bed buddy in

(a moist heat wrap) ;)

heating soup on the stove is a snap and food heated cooked the regular way stays warmer longer
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fyi...
you can cook anything nearly as fast in a pressure cooker.
and reheating anything can be done in a toaster oven, a steamer, or stove top and it tastes better!

just saying...

doesn't seem like there is a good reason to even own a
microwave.
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I don't use mine much...whenever I do, I forget who I am and piss myself...maybe I should put the door back on it...
Poor people do poor people things, and rich people do rich people things.

You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity.

What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.

The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.

When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is the beginning of the end of any nation.

You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it!

when you rob Paul to give to Peter ... ... ... you will always get Peters support!

:Brieffromnativea:
BRIEF AND TO THE POINT

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fyi...
you can cook anything nearly as fast in a pressure cooker.
and reheating anything can be done in a toaster oven, a steamer, or stove top and it tastes better!

just saying...

doesn't seem like there is a good reason to even own a
microwave.
 Quoting: A3


I like to make popcorn in it...and I'm not going to heat the oven up to make 6 fish sticks for my ten year old...
Poor people do poor people things, and rich people do rich people things.

You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity.

What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.

The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.

When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is the beginning of the end of any nation.

You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it!

when you rob Paul to give to Peter ... ... ... you will always get Peters support!

:Brieffromnativea:
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Re: I don't have a microwave
I don't have micro wave either - they're NOT healthy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1212471

WTF are you talking about???...not healthy...LOL...the only thing not healthy is your twisted little and I repeat little mind, fucking cheesehead
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actually brief you could heat them up in a frying pan
flip flip flip..they will get a nice exterior crisp

i got a black and decker toaster oven and use that for small bakes
J-Rico  (OP)

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actually brief you could heat them up in a frying pan
flip flip flip..they will get a nice exterior crisp

i got a black and decker toaster oven and use that for small bakes
 Quoting: junipero


Gotta love the crisp. They come out mushy in microwave.
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