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gwmRNpozSC wrote:PS - Do NOT use soy for hot coffee! "Soy milk" does NOT like doing that. You'll ruin your coffee!!!!!
Rain ForestMoon wrote:As an organic farmer I can say that as long as the food you buy is "Certified Organic" it is organic.
gwmRNpozSC wrote:But what does "organic" really mean?
gwmRNpozSC wrote:If I were to find "organic" beef, would it mean that the cow did not have antibiotics and hormones given to it?
Would it mean that the feed given to the cow was also organic? If it wasn't, is the cow still organic?
Everything I see in my neck of the woods that says "organic" says "Organic," but does not say "certified" on it. So, is it, or is it not, organic? Or is it a ploy to make me pay more?
Crazy Healer Lady wrote:Kystar, try beets!!
yellowbirch wrote:Okay, i see this discussion is from awhile ago, but I thought I would add some info on my part. I was a vegetarian for about 6-7 years, and found out that soy was not good for me at all. If anyone has thyroid problems (I didn't know at the thime that I did), should avoid soy products or atleast do the research for yourself. I realized that I am sensitive to cows milk as well. I eat alot of goat milk yogurt and feel really good afterwards, energy wise.
I also agree that all them vegetarian soy products are not as good as the real thing and way tooo processed. I believe it is all about balance. You need to find what is good for YOU and your body. It is amazing to see the news articles coming up with all these different theories and then people go NUTS! I really like to try to stick to local seasonal foods and balance out free range meat from local areas in my diet, if the resources are available.
But anyway, I don't think anyone can tell others what to eat. Just maybe voice your experiences and thoughts.
many blessings of love and nourishment~
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