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Originally posted by nikiano
reply to post by buffet of lies
No, no meat. I'm mostly vegetarian, although I do eat seafood once in a while.
I wish I could grow my own food, but I live in Arizona, and it's freaking hot here, and I only have a patio. I tried to do a patio garden last year with tomatoes, etc...but they all died from heat. Back where I grew up, my Mom always had a nice vegetable garden. I kind of wish I still lived back in the midwest!
As far as spending more money, actually no. I shop at Sunflower, which has low prices, and lots of organic food, and their prices are really low. I find that since I"m not eating out or eating fast food, or even buying processed food, I'm spending less money in general. For example, today, I stopped off at Sunflower and got some organic nectarines, a carton of organic almond milk, a head of celery, organic grapes, and a box of organic microwave popcorn, and I only paid $14.00 which isn't too bad for fresh, organic produce.
(I know the popcorn isn't raw, but I get terrible cravings at work, so, this is my healthy cheat food in case I get a craving at work, rather than going to the vending machine and getting candy, soda, or chips.)
Originally posted by Zosynspiracy
You should do some more research because you are f'ing clueless!
Raw milk is one of the most nutritious most health building foods you can put in your body. It's loaded with probiotic bacteria and healthy enzymes. To put it into the negative category shows your true ignorance on the subject and it's very annoying.
So to paint all "milk" products as negative without distinguishing between raw and pasteurized says to me you are clueless.