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September 08, 2010


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Interesting how the female news anchor on the CNN clip said "They add a lot of salt, because it doesn't taste as good, obviously." Like that's a fact? I love my veggie burgers and think they taste great!

Wow- a yoga instructor who believes in everything in moderation in a diet. The yoga I know believes in Ahimsa- non violence in your life and advocates a vegetarian diet.
She must be doing some new form of 'Yoga' I've yet to hear of.
U do not need any meat to be healthy. Everything u need nutritionally is in the plant world. Cruelty free- fresh from Nature's mouth- not second hand from some dead carcass.

The American food factories (can't call them farms) are making this country fat and unhealthy. All those chemicals pumped into the poor animals' bodies end up in our adipose tissue. Time to evolve away from dead animals to healthy plant-based diets. It's not hard and it is delicious. Go vegan and save yourself and the world.

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