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Cooked Starch and Rice

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[2008]

[Aajonus]

They're the same. You just use them as medicine when you need them. If you've got hyperactivity and problems then you use cooked starch, if you're too hungry, like when I'm in Asia, sometimes I haven't taken enough butter with me and the meat fat doesn't fill me and I have more hydrochloric acid, even though I don't have much in my stomach and my intestines, you still produce and utilize hydrochloric acids. So, I can get ravenously hungry, painfully hungry.

I'll eat a third of a cup of boiled rice with no salt in it with some kind of like coconut cream or a little butter, a lot of butter if I have it. Equal amount of the cooked starch with the butter and that'll take care of my hunger for two weeks.

[Attendee]

Is it white rice?

[Aajonus]

White or brown, doesn't matter.

As long as it's not wild rice.

[Attendee]

Try to keep it plain you said not whole grain, not whole wheat or brown rice.

[Aajonus]

Well, rice doesn't matter, but if you're using wheat, it's better to be processed.

[Attendee]

I'd like to use butter and honey on a piece of toast.

[Aajonus]

Well, it's not the greatest thing, but it's way onto the diet.

[Attendee #2]

Why not wild rice?

[Aajonus]

It causes kinds of some kind intestinal problems in experimenting with it. Can cause all kinds of problems, I've had all kinds of reactions when people have tried it.

[Attendee]

Do you have a topical thing for warts?

[Aajonus]

Well, warts are tumors, usually from dead cartilage, dead cartilage cells that build into the skin cuz the body can't dissolve them, so it makes tumors on the surface of the skin on. Onion and vinegar will help dissolve them.

[Attendee]

Topically?

[Aajonus]

Topically, yeah.

[Attendee]

No butter?

[Aajonus]

Well, you don't wanna preserve those cells, you want to dissolve those cells.

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