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From: Dr. Doug Graham (
Subject:         Re: unfrequently asked questions
Date: December 4, 2012 at 4:59 pm PST

In Reply to: unfrequently asked questions posted by kane on December 3, 2012 at 6:46 am:

Yes, all plants have cellulose, but the amount and type varies. Cellulose can become quite tough, even woody, or be very tender. Tender cellulose is easy to break apart by chewing, so as to make the nutrients within accessible. Tougher plants generally have greater quantities of cellulose, as well as tougher versions of it.

If you wish to eat mushrooms, they are allowable.

I believe you are WAY too early in your journey to make any comments about whether humans can thrive for a lifetime without greens, especially when you have already noticed that spinach is looking quite appealing to you.

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