“Language is not the immovable monument on which a people’s characteristics are inscribed. A people’s way of eating, for example, is racially more typical — for every man remains persuaded in his heart that his mother is the best cook.” – Adolf Hitler
People who prefer similar foods tend to get along with each other better than people who prefer different foods. This is not only because of the positive social emotions involved in sharing food with friends, but more profoundly because the kinds of food we like or dislike is significantly influenced by our biology, so that people who prefer similar foods are genetically similar to each other in a way that cuts across ethnic and other conventional lines. Moreover, food preferences, being a largely visceral phenomenon, is less affected by differences in education than other aesthetic preferences, thus is more reliably an indicator of a shared blood memory. Thus food is one of the simplest non-intellectual ways to unite people into a folk. To this end, Hitler said: “It is our desire that the whole nation if possible should once a month share the same rations.”
For the purposes of Aryanism, our tasks are to gather together people who spontaneously prefer Aryan foods, and over time to develop a distinctively Aryan style of cooking and eating.
“It is all so beautifully mixed — food and phraseology — that nowadays one has not the faintest idea what one is eating.” – Adolf Hitler
Gentile diet is the diet referred to in mainstream journalism as the Paleolithic Diet, which has returned to fashion in the last few decades (in almost perfect synchronicity with society’s degeneration to overt tribal barbarism) as part of the wider low-carb fad, and indeed increasingly appears to be the diet of choice in right-wing circles.
External link: Paleolithic diet
“I suppose man became carnivorous because, during the Ice Age, circumstances compelled him. … The southern peoples are not acquainted either with a meat diet or with cooking.” – Adolf Hitler
Jewish diet is known as Kashrut. Its rules, with attention paid to dairy products as well as meat, marks the Mesolithic Turanian divergence from the Gentile diet via availability of milk from herd animals. (Strictly speaking, drinking the milk of a different species is a form of vampirism.) The term “land of milk and honey” as a metaphor for prosperity originates in the Tanakh. (Honey as human food also appears to have been originally introduced from the Turanian steppe to the surrounding civilizations at times corresponding to Turanian incursion.)
External link: Kashrut
“Our children to-day are much healthier than those of the Imperial and Weimar Republic periods because mothers now realise that they contribute far more to the health of their children if they give them raw vegetables and roots to chew than if they give them boiled milk.” – Adolf Hitler
Aryan diet is completely different because it developed from the Neolithic domestication of cereals (wheat, barley, rice, millet, sorghum, maize, quinoa, etc.). The word “meal” itself refers to milled grain (from root “mel-” meaning “to grind”), encapsulating the Aryan conception of food as cereal-based. The word “military” also derives ultimately from the same root, referring to an assembly of people to whom food was distributed in equal portions, which is only precisely practicable with cereal food.
“The fact that the smallest military unit was the section is explained by the fact that each man had a mill for grain.” – Adolf Hitler
Aryan saliva (grey bars) differs from non-Aryan saliva (red bars).
Have you eaten cereal today?
In contrast to the nomadic hordes who brought flocks of livestock to their invasions, farm-based societies relied on transportation of cereal to feed their armies, leading to completely different modes of ancient warfare, each advantageous in different territories, with significant consequences on linguistic and genetic diffusion, hence the ubiquitous Aryan vs Turanian clash. As late as the Bronze Age or even the Iron Age this was still the case in many instances, as Hitler notes: “The feeding of the Roman armies was almost entirely based on cereals.”
Rebecca Black tells it like it is!
In modern terms, the Aryan diet resembles the high-carb diet favoured by endurance athletes. People with non-Aryan metabolism who consume carbohydrates in large quantities easily become obese and/or diabetic, because their bodies are biologically incapable of processing carbohydrates. The observation that high-carb intake leads to obesity/diabetes among many people is evidence not of the Aryan diet being a low-quality diet (contrary to what Jews and Gentiles like to claim), but of those unsuited to such a diet having defective metabolism, which in turn is the result of genetic defects accumulated either during prehistory, in Savitri Devi’s words, of: “… hunting and fishing as practised by the men of the Old Stone Age, who had forgotten how to live on wild fruits and not yet learned how to till the soil …” or in later pastoral and complex economic societies. Conclusions about other ingredients can just as easily be drawn using similar lines of reasoning.
Agricultural labour itself leads to increased salt loss via increased perspiration, hence another reason behind the need for salt intake. Are you ”worth your salt”?
“At the time when I ate meat, I used to sweat a lot. I used to drink four pots of beer and six bottles of water during a meeting, and I’d succeed in losing nine pounds ! When I became a vegetarian, a mouthful of water from time to time was enough.” – Adolf Hitler
Prior to modernity, the overwhelming proportion of food was not imported, but grown locally. We recommend a return to a diet based as much as possible on local, in-season produce. Besides economic and environmental benefits, such a diet thus reflects the character and rhythm of the local region, as the soil and climate of each region are suited for cultivating some crops but not others, and which may yield different crops at different times of the year. On the other hand, in parallel with the authentic National Socialist principle of folkism (as opposed to ethnocentrism), there is no reason to exclude crops which originated elsewhere but which prove cultivationally compatible with local growing conditions. Indeed it is often enough the case that such transplanted foods eventually become definitively associated with the local menu, such as the tomato (a crop of Central American origin) in Italian cuisine.
External link: Jew’s Ear
“I spoke of my midday meals, which were as tasteless as anything, being composed of potatoes and other vegetables (nearly always cabbage and carrots) merely boiled.” – Savitri Devi
The distinction between Aryan and non-Aryan cooking styles is a product of the concurrent development of pottery with farming. While clay had been used to make effigies long before the Neolithic era, it was largely the settled farming lifestyle that both made clay vessels practical to daily life and allowed the division of labour required to produce them in substantial number. Besides their obvious uses for holding water and food, clay vessels also made common a completely different way of preparing food, namely cooking with water. Thus, whereas dry-cooking techniques (grilling, frying, etc.) are non-Aryan in origin, boiling is quintessentially Aryan. (The term “pudding” derives from root “pud-” meaning “swell”, referring to the volume expansion of cereal/legume grains when boiled.)
Aryan clay pot: suitable for boiling – just add cereal, water and heat! (Can also be used for steaming, another Aryan cooking method (alternative to baking).)
Whereas dry-cooking methods easily cause charring of the food, boiling does not destroy nutrition. What it does is transfer most of the nutrition from the food solids to the water during boiling, creating stock. It is discarding the stock that causes the nutrition to be lost. Aryan cooking must therefore not discard the stock, but instead serve it as part of the meal, either together with the solids (ie. a broth), or separately as a beverage. Towards the end of the meal, the stock (or water if no stock is available) should be used to rinse one’s eating bowl and then drunk, thereby minimizing food waste due to adhesion of food to the inside surface of the bowl. The word “supper” derives from “soup”.
“Where is the good old one-dish meal of the past? Nothing so vulgar exists any more — it has disappeared, like the good old honest soup!” – Adolf Hitler
NSDAP bringing Aryan food back into fashion.
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You had to be there.
Cooked food and and brewed drinks (tea, etc.) should not be served immediately after preparation, but should first be allowed to cool to room temperature. High temperature obscures original flavour, disguises excessive oiliness, and generally desensitizes taste. All this is contrary to the principle of authenticity that we encourage. Young children are spontaneously averse to food above their own body temperature, but under many present-day culinary traditions are forced by adults to eat food while it is hot, thus doing irreparable damage to their tongues (not to mention their Original Nobility). Adults too used to eating hot food often have trouble digesting cold food in later life.
In general, it should be considered wasteful to spend excessive time or labour preparing food, therefore cooking should be kept simple, while still aiming to make the food pleasant to eat. Aryan food can be distinguished by straightforward presentation and relative disregard for visual layout. Good examples are mess hall food and inexpensive fast food, as well as non-pretentious home cooking. Waste of ingredients should be avoided wherever possible by using the whole of the ingredient product: for example, if a particular dish requires peeled potatoes, the potato peelings should be kept for another dish rather than discarded.
“In former times, Berlin was a simple and dignified city. Then came the epoch of the nineteen-course dinners.” – Adolf Hitler
The most definitive Aryan food is gruel (from “gruz” meaning “grain”). It can be made with any staple cereal simply by boiling its whole grains in water, can range from solid to liquid in consistency, can be served either hot or cold, sweet or savoury, and features as widely as the swastika itself in ancient cultures around the world. (Notably, gruel is relatively rare in ancient Jewish cuisine, since it was regarded by Jews as animal feed.) Gruel is easy to digest, and is for this reason conventionally recommended to people recovering from illness or injury, as well as for babies just starting to eat solid food. Hitler frequently spoke of the merits of polenta (cornmeal) and its Roman predecessor puls (farromeal), but any other cereal is just as good. Any future Aryanist state should declare gruel made with the local cereal as its national dish. Compared to gruel, dough-based cereal foods such as bread or pasta should be considered more extravagant due to the additional labour involved in grinding the grains into flour and then processing the flour, and therefore suitable for celebrations and other special occasions. If you are eating bread or pasta more frequently than gruel in your daily life, you can consider yourself living luxuriously by Aryan standards.
In contemporary media, gruel is associated with hunger relief aid for a very good reason: it is extremely energy-efficient, whether in production, transportation or preparation (especially in large quantities). If people were willing to switch to eating gruel on a large scale, there can still be enough food to go around despite the crisis of overpopulation and food/fuel shortage that we will be facing in the near future, and this would give us time to get the population down in a controlled way. In contrast, those who continue their Jewish or Gentile diets bring us closer every day to the most catastrophic starvation in world history.
External link: World Porridge Day
Gruel is served as school food in many countries around the world.
David Cameron (Jew) demonstrates Jewish corruption of our food.
Gentiles also have a long history of corrupting our food.
There is also an Aryan and non-Aryan distinction in methods of food preservation. Methods such as drying and smoking were known even in Paleolithic times (the latter since the harnessing of fire, the former possibly even earlier), the use of oil and/or vinegar for preservation only began during the Neolithic era that enabled regular production of these from cultivated crops. Therefore pickling is the most distinctively Aryan method of food preservation. Low gustatory tolerance for sourness is believed to correlate with non-Aryan metabolism, just as enjoyment of sour foods is highest in children and declines with age. (As a matter of trivia, in WWII Zionist Allied propaganda, the term “Krauts” as a derogatory term for Wehrmacht and Waffen SS troops was based on mocking their enjoyment of sauerkraut.) As with the stock from boiling, the vinegar from pickling contains many nutrients and hence should also be consumed along with the pickled solids.
Production of oil and vinegar from crops are examples of the Aryan practice of simple food processing. Another simple food processing method practiced since the Neolithic era is malting of cereals.
“At a table covered with oilcloth in a room that also served as a bedroom, we had soup and whatever else happened to be available. Once every week, however, we went to the centre of the city and had a real dinner.” – Alfred Rosenberg
Healthy animals sleep immediately after eating in order to optimize digestion by focusing blood flow to the stomach and intestines. Not sleeping after eating results in less efficient absorption of food, as blood flow is diverted to other active parts of the body. The same applies to Aryans. (Hitler himself was known to often take a post-prandial nap after lunch when he was not too busy.) Only those with non-Aryan metabolism have trouble with this, as they have lost the ability to focus blood flow. Instead, when they sleep, their metabolism simply slows down overall, leading to poorer digestion.
The popular meme “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!” originated with Franz Kafka (Jew). It is a flagrant inversion of the above rhythm by encouraging a large meal (sometimes the largest of the day) immediately after waking up, a behaviour unknown in the animal world and wholly incompatible with Aryan metabolism. To digest a heavy breakfast and at the same time begin a day’s work conditions the body to split its blood flow rather than focus it. As always, it is the Zionist agenda to divide our energies and set them in mutual opposition.
Symbolically, we should follow the principle of eating after working, so that the food replenishes the energy spent in labour, mirroring the Aryan economic principle that the food is a product of the labour. (In contrast, eating before working more closely resembles the non-Aryan practice of investment.) Hence, breakfast should be relatively light, whereas lunch and dinner should be larger meals depending on the kind of work we do.
In any event, we should generally not eat unless we actually feel hungry. Food should not be used solely for sensual stimulation. The original aim behind the exercise of fasting is not to starve the body, but to interrupt addiction to food as a sensual stimulant and remind the body of hunger as the only correct motivation for eating. If such addiction has never formed in the first place, fasting is not required.
Spoons are Aryan, invented during the Neolithic era for use in conjunction with bowls (also a Neolithic invention). All other eating utensils are post-Neolithic inventions.
Notice again: spoons only (except the bread knife)
Eat the Aryan way – use a spoon!
“Taking along my own spoon, I now went daily to the soup kitchen. On the corner of Theresienstrasse and a cross street to Kauffingerstrasse many stepchildren of fate sat quietly, shoulder to shoulder, eating cabbage soup with dumplings.” – Alfred Rosenberg
The spoon should be the main eating utensil of Aryan meals. Notice that young children do not need to be taught how to use a spoon; they just need to be given a spoon and they will figure it out by themselves. On the other hand, all other eating utensils require instruction to use in the intended way, as the physical motions involved are non-intuitive. Thus cultures which use eating utensils other than spoons are degenerate cultures. The more emphasis a culture places on “table manners”, the more degenerate it is.
Precisely because we are aware of the social importance of meals, our way of social eating must present a clean break from tradition. In this, Hitler started us off by identifying a problem and presenting a solution:
“The number of courses served at an official banquet is monstrous! I think there is something rather degrading in laying such store by food. And the most disagreeable feature is that these banquets always last for hours, and one always sits next to someone with whom one has nothing in common.” – Adolf Hitler
“For Party receptions, the best notion is the cold buffet. Kindred spirits form groups. You can change places to chat, and move from one companion to another. This notion also puts an end to competition for the places of honour, such as is required by the classical method of arranging the table.” – Adolf Hitler
In other words, meals should be folkish. The same principles can be applied more broadly. For example, a meal should not be an event in and of itself (e.g. the “dinner party”) for which a special menu is served. Instead, when we invite guests to eat in our home, we should simply share with them whatever we ourselves would have been eating anyway. This is a much more sincere way of socializing. Guests should also, whenever possible, help out with cooking and dishwashing, rather than leave it all to the host. For commercial catering, the waiting time between ordering and serving of the meal should be minimized. On this consideration, counter service is systematically superior to table service (as well as being vastly more labour-efficient) and should be used by all Aryan caterers. (Structurally, buffet service is a particular form of counter service, therefore our general preference for counter service does not exclude buffet service.) Additionally, counter service automatically eliminates the decadent custom of tipping.
One custom that we do recommend observing is that of grace. It sets a common spiritual tone for the whole meal and thus unites those eating together. Aryan grace involves remembering the sun as the source of the energy inside our food, and visualizing the sunlight released when we digest our food, so that we ourselves re-acquire its characteristics. We are not thankful for our meals in the fashion of Jews and Gentiles who eat in celebration of their own power over their Goy victims; we are only thankful for our meals insofar as they give us the energy we need for completing our mission: to return the world to the Golden Age as quickly as possible.