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I've had a red meat allergy for decades. It went away for a year since not being bite by a tick for 2 years. This year I got another tick bite and the allergy has returned. It seems like I can eat certain meats without a reaction but, last night, I ate corned beef and the hives, and itching, came back full force. I didn't (yet) have the breathing problem that sent me to the MD many years ago but I am wondering if any others have this allergy and their associated experiences.
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...years back the guy who was laying brick on my shop told me that when he was a young man still living in Mexico he received a phone call one Saturday evening from one of his friends who was a truck driver. "Get everyone rounded up and bring some chilis and onions and cerveza and head out Highway 111 about 15 miles. I hit a cow with my truck and I'm making a huge fire - we're going to have a feast!'

So they all piled in their cars and pickups and headed out. Sure enough, they found their friend who was already spit-roasting the cow over the fire. They started drinking and eating and having a good time. After a few hours, one of them had to go poo-poo so he went off in the bushes - and came running back, yelling that he has stumbled on the remains of the cow that their buddy had discarded - and that it was in fact a donkey....!

I have no idea about a red meat allergy but I'd avoid donkey no matter what.....
 
I read a report about three different people that were allergic to red meat after getting bit by ticks.
I can't remember if it was Lime disease or what.
Horrible side effects from tick bites.
Wish you the best on recovery.

Hal
 
I went years having this before I did research and found a case in Australia that explained it. The allergist I went to had no idea about it. He said it was all in my head. I burned his office down. He was a little ego prick.
 
...years back the guy who was laying brick on my shop told me that when he was a young man still living in Mexico he received a phone call one Saturday evening from one of his friends who was a truck driver. "Get everyone rounded up and bring some chilis and onions and cerveza and head out Highway 111 about 15 miles. I hit a cow with my truck and I'm making a huge fire - we're going to have a feast!'

So they all piled in their cars and pickups and headed out. Sure enough, they found their friend who was already spit-roasting the cow over the fire. They started drinking and eating and having a good time. After a few hours, one of them had to go poo-poo so he went off in the bushes - and came running back, yelling that he has stumbled on the remains of the cow that their buddy had discarded - and that it was in fact a donkey....!

I have no idea about a red meat allergy but I'd avoid donkey no matter what.....
Years ago one of my neighbors got a hindquarter of elk, and a hindquarter of wild donkey, we turned it all into jerky. Everyone was surprised that the donkey actually tasted better, and was less stringy than the elk. I would not hesitate trying wild donkey steak.
 
Sorry donkey dosent appeal to me, I kind of think of them like dogs or cats.
We had a technician in work used to say regularly, if god didn’t want us to eat them then why did he make them out of meat, there is no answer ( funny though)
He was a bit of a character, he got married to a porn actress, first time she saw him naked she said “ who do you think your going to satisfy with that ( pointing to his Johnson)
the answer “Me why you got a problem with that”
She was the one to relate the story, she gave us 8x10s of her best photos to stick in our locker!
Returning to ticks, and lymes disease, I saw a photo of some microscopic stuff, these viruses or bacteria or whatever were actual tiny corkscrews, they actually screw through the cell membrane, bloody scary.
Mark
 
My wife is 1/2 Apache. Her family comes from the part of Arizona, Texas, and Northern Mexico where they do not call it a burrito. They called a rolled up tortilla with meat,rice, beans, inside a burro. I believe the word burro predates the introduction of Horses and asses to the new world.
Further south there are no burritos, not burros. they just call that a taco.
Bill D.
FYI Burrito is the diminutive of burro so it the same as saying baby burro.
 
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'I saw a photo of some microscopic stuff, these viruses or bacteria or whatever were actual tiny corkscrews, they actually screw through the cell membrane, bloody scary'

NEVER have dinner with a parasitologist. Or a virologist for that matter too. Your genome in your body is only about 40 percent you - the rest of it is stuff living inside you - or on the outside of you.
 
These labs are inhabited by a worse thing than the bugs and viruses, bloody biologists, swear they are all sociopaths with a healthy slice of psychopath.
They just don’t know when to leave alone I think.
Mark
 
These labs are inhabited by a worse thing than the bugs and viruses, bloody biologists, swear they are all sociopaths with a healthy slice of psychopath.
They just don’t know when to leave alone I think.
Mark
You mean like one of the most deceitful POS on the earth fauci? He sure fits the psychopath bill. Sawed off little liar from hell. Covid wouldn't have been half as bad were it not for fauci.
Anyone wanna guess where the 6' social distance standard came from?
 
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