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From: Bronwyn (124.148.168.184)
Subject:         Wild food
Date: January 25, 2013 at 4:45 am PST

Hello Dr. Graham, I was wondering what you make of the argument that
contemporary fruits are genetically modified or hybrids and therefore not
suitable for our consumption; that wild bananas, for example are full of seeds
and very little flesh. I am perfectly happy with 811, but I was wondering how
you respond to those who say wild fruits and wild vegetables in their original,
small, seedy and wild state contribute to optimum nutrition more than large,
seedless, GM or hybrid fruit species do. Thank you kindly, Bronwyn

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