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From: kate (90.244.182.110)
Subject:         Re: unfrequently asked questions
Date: December 7, 2012 at 11:40 am PST

In Reply to: Re: unfrequently asked questions posted by kane on December 4, 2012 at 5:58 pm:

This does not require much thought!
We are attracted to plants with easily digestible
cellulose, but would not consider eating those with
the tougher sort, unless there was a shortage of
digestible foods.

Eg: easily-digested cellulose would be fruits we call
"fruit", and some softer "veg", like bell pepper, cuke
etc, but far less those with tougher skin like
butternut squash, eggplant; the toughness indicates a
greater quantity of cellulose, making it far more
difficult to extract nutrition from the plant.

Also softer greens eg spinach, celery, lettuce are
easily digested and juicy, therefore attractive.
Tougher veg with more cellulose include broccoli,
potato etc, which are difficult to eat raw.

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