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From vegan to meat eater: How to manage the smell of meat?
 
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From vegan to meat eater: How to manage the smell of meat?


I have been a vegan for 20 years, but now started taking meat. As of now started with bone broth. Later would like to move to chicken and lamb. A few questions:

- While cooking, the smell of meat is a lot, can some precaution be taken? Similarly, can something be added to the meat while cooking? Some herb (I'm also doing parasite and candida cleanse, therefore can't taken unhealthy stuff).

- In home, after cooking the smell becomes more like of meat. Would someone suggest some way to keep the smell subdued?

- Utensils also have that smell, anything for that?

- Trying to eat this, learning curve is long primarily due to the smell. Anything to suppress the smell?

My limitation is due to the parasite and candida cleanse, I can't take gluten based or dairy based products. Sugar or any junk stuff is also not suggested for me. Ideal would be some herb or maybe some spice that doesn't interfere with the parasite and candida cleanse.
 

 
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