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The meat must be clean, non-toxic, well fed and raised in quiet, safe and clean conditions. Under Codex/Food Control, you will receive your food allowance purchase permits monthly. The food you will be allowed to purchase will be altered and poisoned. If you are allowed to purchase meat, it will be toxic. Unless you pay prohibitive special fees and follow all of the poisoning instructions, you will not be able to legally raise your own meat. In order to responsibly feed your family you will have to become a silent outlaw. Your children will be encouraged to squeal on you if they know about your outlawed activities. You will not be allowed to home school your children, because homeschooled children are not generally conformists. If you have a basement or solid shed with small or no windows, claim it now. Tell your conformist spouse you need the space to keep the required lawn poisons in and your dirty magazines or romance novels. For your sake, do not store those poisons in the house or anywhere near animals or your hidden gardens. When the Codex worker comes around to do the soil sampling, being lazy and shiftless people, they will take samples from the closest lawn to their vehicle. Spray the required poisons around that area only. Be careful to not over spray. Codex/Food Control has penalties, already planned, for no poisons or too much poisons. You must raise your own meat: 1. Cattle, you can’t hide them and they are noisy. 2. Goats and sheep, you can’t hide them and they are noisy. 3. Pigs, chickens, ducks, geese, etc, you can’t hide them and they are very noisy. You need small, easily fed, easily cared for and very quiet meat animals. Preferably, more than one kind, as each animal varies slightly in the enzymes, proteins and minerals their bodies supply you with. You have bugs, earthworms, mice, rats and rabbits. These are all quiet critters. The bugs, such as mealy bugs, are easily fed, multiply quickly, are easily cared for, and unlike other bugs, with mealy bugs there is not bitter taste. If you are feeding only aware adults, the mealy bugs can be rinsed and eaten or rinsed drowned and eaten. They taste best if deep-fried in lard or olive oil. If you are feeding a conformist spouse and/or children, rinse the mealy bugs and then crush them, let the mass dry, in either a thin layer or thick cakes. Add the dried mealy bugs to meals, while no one is looking. This will greatly increase and enhance the proteins, enzymes, minerals, etc, of the poisoned legal food. I suggest doing the crushing once weekly and drying the mealy bugs in thin layers. These are easily flaked or broken and will quickly dissolve in/on warm/hot food. The bodies of the people you are feeding will utilize the mealy bug, but no one will know you are outlawing and providing them with excellent food to thin down the poisons they are eating.
Note: Mealy bugs do not have a lot of fat/oil. You need fats to live. Note: No taste. Earthworms are done the same as mealy bugs; only before you rinse them gently squish them to clean out their digestive tracks. Crush and dry them into thin layers or into thick cakes. You can add them directly onto foods or just eat the flakes or cakes. Note: No taste Note: Not a lot of fat If you also raise mice, rats and rabbits, feed them some of the dried bug and earthworm. They eat them in the wild and will benefit from them in their diet. Mice: You will need approximately one hundred mice to make a meal for four healthy active humans. Remove the guts, save the liver, heart and kidneys, do not skin them. Note: You are raising these mice; with a little care, they will be clean and nontoxic. Note: These are clean animals, you can eat everything, however, the gall bladder is bitter and the stomach and intestines will be processing foods, raising the acids and reducing the over all balance. Note: Meat needs to be killed quickly and cleanly. If the animal suffers at all, it will spread adrenalin through the meat. People who eat adrenalin-poisoned meat have stomach and digestion problems. A lot of the meat in super markets has high adrenalin levels. Note: Do not stress or scare your breeders or your meat animals. If you are pushed for room, hang a curtain between your stock pens and your preparation area. Choose your meat stock and using a deep solid sided tote, place your meat stock into the tote. When you have chosen all of the animals you are going to kill, take the tote to the preparation area and pull the curtain closed or close the door. Note: If you are raising animals for meat you will have some animals pregnant, some nursing and some separated from the mothers and fattening for the next harvest. If you stress these animals, the females may abort or eat their babies or the others may fight among themselves and damage each other. Put on long armed insulated gloves, using small leads with alligator clamps and a charged 12-volt automobile battery… Note: A small solar panel, discreetly hidden from casual view but still able to catch the sun will recharge the battery. Hook one lead to a terminal and the other end to a small iron plate, sitting on a wooden table. Hook the other lead to the other terminal; clamp the other end to a small wet sponge.
You will need a not see through, low-sided tote to receive the bodies. Remove a mouse, set it on its feet, on the iron plate, and touch the wet sponge to the nose of the mouse. Place the body in the low-sided tote and continue. Note: You will be able to kill 100 hundred mice in 5 minutes, with practice. Note: Keep a small bowl of water to wet the sponge. Also, wipe the iron plate occasionally with a rag dipped in warm pepper water. This will cover any danger/alert smells that will frighten your living stock. When you have finished killing the mice, remove the insulated gloves. Rinse them in the pepper water and hang them to dry. Wash the deep tote, rinse it in pepper water, and turn it upside down to dry. Disconnect the electric leads and put them away. Empty the bowl of water and wash the sponge, rinse it in pepper water and allow it to dry. Note: Pepper water can be made with any pepper, hot, bell, or black pepper. Just heat some water to boiling and toss in some dried, ground pepper, allow to cool. It will act as a disinfectant, antibacterial, antiviral and will cover any remaining odors. If you get some in your eyes or nose, it will burn. However, it will clean your eyes and sinus. No harm and a lot of good. Always clean behind yourself. Put away your equipment you will not be needing again. Note: Many criminals are caught through sloppiness, panic and talking/bragging. For example: A bank robber makes a clean get-a-way, then runs a red light and panics when a policeman tries to pull him over and makes a run for it, then talks to other prisoners, while in jail, not for not stopping at the red light but for running away. Make good habits at the beginning, always clean up after yourself. For the next step, you will need three large pans/bowls and one small pan/bowl, preferably stainless steel or glass. These are the easiest to clean and you want easy. One large pan will be for the carcasses, one large pan for guts. Set the other large pan/bowl aside for now. If you are right handed, set the low-sided tote with the bodies on your left. From the tote, remove a body. Hold it belly up; curl your thumb and little finger between and around the legs so that the belly is taunt. Now using a hook scalpel, a Wyoming skinning knife or a very sharp penknife slice open the belly. Be careful to not cut into the guts. Scoop out the guts and put them into a bowl. Usually the kidneys will remain attached to the back of the carcass cavity, leave them. Do not rinse the carcass. Note: Rodents have fat and you need fat to live. However, if you skin and wash a
rodent (exceptions are rabbit and the other large rodents, you do not have a choice, you must skin them, you cannot digest that much hair.) you will wash away all of that fat. Rodent fat is water-soluble. If rodent fat is your only fat source and you rinse and skin it, you will starve to death from lack of fats. Keep in mind that there are only natural fats. Animal fats and vegetable fats like olive oil, avocado and nut type fats. Altered fats and created fats are slow death. Think about it: Have you ever-shucked corn? You do not get oily hands! 1. 2. Do not skin small rodents! Leave the heads and tails on the small rodents.
Place the carcass in a large pan. You will be able to clean two mice a minute, at first. Set the bowl containing the carcasses aside. Wipe out, wash, rinse and set aside to dry, the low-sided tote and your special knife. Wash your work area and rinse with the pepper water. Set the large bowl with the guts to your left if you are right handed. Set the large empty bowl in front of you and the small bowl to your right. Take up each gut mass; separate the kidneys, heart and liver. Put them in the small bowl. Do not skip this portion. Those organs are seven times more valuable than the meat and twice as valuable as the bones and skin. You will be able to clean the guts in about 6 minutes. When finished mix the remaining guts with leaves and old mouse bedding, put in a compost pile or container. Note: You will need the compost for your outlaw gardens. Note: It is best to quietly invest in compost tumblers, now. Less smell and very quick finished compost. Note: Most conformist politically correct people do not compost guts, meat, hair, skin, bones, etc. This is a horrible waste of valuable resources. Wash your two large bowls and work area, rinse down with pepper water. Now, what are your circumstances? If you are feeding aware adults, mouse is great deep fried, fast and the hair carbons off and the skin is edible. Grilled, the hair burns off and the skin is edible, not too hot a fire. Mouse cooks fast. Baking produces tasty meat, but you have to remove the skin to remove the hair, of course, the skin will slip off easily. Save any skin, bones and heads not eaten, set them aside to dry slightly. To get the absolute maximum value from mouse, boil them. Take the gutted carcasses and add them to boiling water. When the water comes to a boil again, turn down the heat to simmer.
When the water has reduced to about half add some whole salt. If you are feeding aware adults. Strain the water and drink it hot as soup. You will get many of the minerals, trace elements and all of the fats, etc. Share the scrape meats, save the skins, heads, bones set them aside and allow to dry. Use this soup as a base for all soups and stews or drink straight. If you are feeding, a conformist family use this as a base for approved vegetables, soups and stews. It is so bland they won’t know but their bodies will benefit. You may want to reduce the first soup some more to sneak a smaller portion into the food, if your spouse does the cooking. Don’t worry… conformist cooks are bland and uninspired cooks and will not notice. Note: If you are living with a conformist person you already know this. Now may be a good time to take over the cooking, both for your families present and future health. Note: If you are supplementally feeding a conformist family you eat any meat scraps, perhaps dividing them over several days. You need the enzymes. If you can add the meat scraps to the family meal. Even one supplemented meal a week will help the family. Consider dividing the soup into two or three days. With the mealy bugs, earthworms and mice you have a decent mix of necessary supplementation. Take the dried bones, heads and skins crush them and boil them again. Use this soup as the above. Mix the remaining scraps with old bedding and compost. Rats: Everything the same as mice, only they are larger. About 16 mice to one eating sized rat. If you can raise hairless rats, they still have some hair but not much. Do not skin rats remember water-soluble fats. Rabbits: Everything the same as mice and rats only rabbits are larger. About three rats to an eating sized rabbit. You have to skin a rabbit, too much hair. Cut the skin small so that it will compost. Bedding: Obviously, you cannot buy wood chips, etc, for bedding. Remember you are outlawing these ranches. Any ‘natural’ colored cardboard, toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls, corrugated cardboard will work. Yes, there is the glue to consider. Remarkably, most of these glues are non-toxic. Note: No colored paper or colored cardboard in your bedding or compost. Those inks are very toxic and will get more toxic with Codex. You do not want poisons in your foods. No newspapers for bedding or composting. For a while, the ink was non-toxic but it isn’t that way anymore. If your lawn and landscaping is poison free, use the grass cuttings, leaves and
twigs for bedding. You may have to start taking early morning walks with a backpack to gather poison free bedding. Note: While toxins/poisons will be sprayed with great joy under Codex, once you get about 60 feet from a road, not within 20 feet of a water way, you should be safe from the poisons and can gather your animal bedding. Remember mice, rats and rabbits are rodents. They need wood chunks, preferably hardwood to chew on, to keep their teeth worn down. Give them twigs and limbs to gnaw on. Food: Do not feed your rodent livestock any meat, bone, or head scrapes from rodent kind. Rodents need meat, but not their own kind. Keep this in mind for any animal, including man. Mealy bugs, earthworms, grass cuttings, leaves, weeds, wood, twigs, limbs. When you take your walks also grab dried or growing grass clumps and of course foods from your outlawed gardens. And clean dirt; be sure to have dirt available to your livestock. All livestock eat a huge amount of dirt. Once you get used to this it won’t take much time but the only alternative is eating the doled out poison. Look around you. People are fat from dehydration/cirrhosis from poisoned water, parasite ridden, toxic with ingested poison, in pain and deteriorating. We are already dying from doled out poisons. One out of 93 infants are retarded, within 90 days from birth, from the vaccinations. Laugh if you want, but download this, hide a copy and pass a copy to a survival freak. E-mail this to all of your friends, for a big laugh. This is not a pretty picture I have painted but it is not new. In the late 1920’s, 1930’s and 1940’s people all over Europe and Germany survived off ranched mice, rats and hidden outlawed gardens.
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