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Re: [permaculture] Sustainable, Non-exploitive, Space Exploration
Into the fray again!!!
I have no doubt that in some climates, a vegan diet is possible. And I
am sure it would be extremely energising and healthy.
My point was simply that I doubted such a diet is possible in areas such
as northern Germany. If someone could live in such a climate, and be fit
and healthy on a vegan diet, we'd have my unmost admiration.
I am not against veganism as such, as long as it doesn't involve
exploiting other peoples/ecologies. For twenty years I was a strict
vegetarian (only slightly relaxed now) so I don't know how to prepare or
cook any meat products - and have no interest to learn to do so now. A
family inherited sensitivity means I can rarely eat eggs. Having lived
in warm climates without a refrigerator for almost 15 years, my intake
of dairy products is also minimal. And I am quite healthy and manage a
fairly busy schedule.
Guess I am just saying, lets not get hung up on dogma - to be vegan or
not, its individual choice, but I try to be aware of the
implications/connctions that occur because of diet, lifestyle.....
Gracias.....abrazos a todos
Skye - Apdo # 391, Patzcuaro, Michoacan, CP. 61600 México.
fax (52) 01 (434) 24743
Profesor y diseñador en Permacultura
Director del Instituto de Permacultura de México A.C.
Talleres de desarrollo humano, planeación participativa y
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