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Mark Bittman: Food Matters

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rwilsonguide
Posted: 04.30.11, 03:48 PM
Quote: Originally Posted by ElDuke It isn't the meat that's eaten, it's how it's raised. All the corn syrup, refined carbohydrate, sugars and starches are causing the diabetes and obesity epidemic. Think sustainably raised food and less processed. Couldn't agree more. I think it is possible to raise the animals in a good environment. Also, I am a fish lover too. But imagine that fish are as vanished as never before. Basically, it all comes down to ecologically raised animals. And true, we should eat more non-meat products. ~Ray Wilson the diy home solar panels guy
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ElDuke
Posted: 04.03.09, 08:27 PM
It isn't the meat that's eaten, it's how it's raised. All the corn syrup, refined carbohydrate, sugars and starches are causing the diabetes and obesity epidemic. Think sustainably raised food and less processed.
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CandisD
Posted: 03.04.09, 10:30 PM
Athanora, I think the message is not that we conform to one ideal: schveganism, but that we do considerate damage control. Remember what he said about fanatical 20-somethings?
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AlienIquirer
Posted: 01.27.09, 09:26 AM
We eat about a half pound of crap a day. The other half pound of crap we listen to. If you haven't achieved anything in 40 years of living, you ain't gonna achieve anything in 40 more. You might as well just eat for pleasure and die gastronomically happy.
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Athanora
Posted: 01.20.09, 07:01 AM
Food Matters
Yes! Food matters! And for those who still need more information, there is the Omnivore's Dilemma. If it is difficult for you to become vegan right away, make your transition slowly, become a less-meatarian first. Eat consciously and educate yourself about what you eat.
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