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From: Michael (85.166.62.203)
Subject:         Re: Seaweeds
Date: August 6, 2014 at 3:14 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Seaweeds posted by Dr. Doug Graham on August 6, 2014 at 12:21 am:

Hmmm...Well, drinking oleander tea is not the same as
eating the leaves straight up.

Your point about people eating disgusting things is
valid though. I guess we have to refine the proposal
to say that the unadulterated, healthy tastebuds of a
person aware of their actual preferences in taste as
opposed to their "addictions"/cravings/stimulant
loving urge for some foods, could to a greater degree
be relied on as a guide as to what foods are
healthy/unhealthy.

Personally I don't like bitter tastes, but some people
have an idea that bitter is good, and therefore
overcome the taste and come to enjoy it. I still think
they don't like the bitter taste in the mouth though,
but the power of thoughts and associations can be
strong.

But again, what about a baby? Would a baby chew or
spit out oleander leaves? Not that we would try that
of course! I think a baby makes faces and spits out
nasty stuff and loves all the good stuff. How else are
animals in nature guided to eat the foods they eat and
avoid others?

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