Following my recovery from what seemed like a very restrictive and unfamiliar way of eating, I continued to use my precious pressure cooker until I discovered that it was likely that all the essential enzymes were being pressurized into oblivion. One of the few enduring elements of my experience with Macrobiotics is my continued enjoyment of many sea vegetables.
Recently it has begun to look like the Raw Vegan world is also experiencing some implosion and civil war. I have to admit (and have done so elsewhere in this blog) that I was relieved to find out that the very high standards set by some of the 'gurus' had been lowered. I'm 60 years old and although I have fairly high ideals, I began to doubt that I would ever achieve and maintain a 100% raw vegan diet. And did I even want to? After all, I'm a Type B Blood Type-- aren't I supposed to be omnivorous?
Anyhow, today I just read a very interesting blog by one of my 'mentors' talking about the myths around the superiority of the locavore diet (the 100-Mile Diet, etc.). And is eating 100% organic the "cleanest" way to eat? These are certainly a couple of quandaries when it comes to wanting the best possible diet you can afford... how do-able is a locavore, high raw vegan, totally organic way of eating? Go HERE and see what Fred has to say about these "goals"-- you might be surprised at what you find out!
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