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RE: [rawfood-42] Re: [rawfood-42]

From: Joan
Sent on: Wednesday, July 8, 2009 3:04 PM
Even that transition at that time took some planning and independence!  

I remember in the 60's asking at my local independent supermarket that I
understood that it was hard to get organically grown produce, but if they
could just try to get some leaf lettuce and apples grown this way I would
surely appreciate it.

The response:  Why was I so paranoid!

My response: piling my kids in my beat up old car to drive to south cook
county every week where there was a very nice small store that sold organic
produce -- (this was before the federal standard so the owner basically
checked out everything himself)  

I can't say I was 100% and I did eat some meat and eggs in those years, but
even the little I did took some doing!


-----Original Message-----
From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Song
Sent: Wednesday, July 08,[masked]:55 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: RE: [rawfood-42] Re: [rawfood-42]

Sorry Joan for the confusion:  I went from the standard
american diet (SAD) to vegan 25 years ago..  not raw 25
years ago.  Raw becomes a natural progression..   and a
very positive one.  Just wanted to correct that.


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