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From: Michael (
Subject:         Re: Seaweeds
Date: August 6, 2014 at 3:23 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Seaweeds posted by Luke Sartor on August 5, 2014 at 9:00 pm:

I agree that we can use scientific methods today to
figure our things, like avoiding cooking for
example, or pesticides. But what I'm saying is that
when foods are in their NATURAL STATE, meaning NO
pesticides, NO cooking, just right there, fresh as
it occurs in nature, our bodies must have developed
ways to judge whether or not something is food,

How do all the animals do it? They eat what's
delicious and spit out what's disgusting! Sure, they
probably do eat toxic stuff now and then and die, or
get sick, and then learn to avoid it, this is the
same as the scientific method in a way, experience
teaches things, but once again if something is
toxic, then evolution theory would say this "the
ones who have a liking for this particular (toxic)
food would get sicker and/or die more often and
therefore not pass on genes as successful. The ones
who have a tendency to dislike that certain food,
would avoid it and therefore be more successful over
time." Does this sound about right?

My point is, we must have developed certain likes
and dislikes based on whats good and whats not! I'm
sure there are exceptions we have yet to
"biologically learn" but as a general rule, taste
must be the guiding factor.

I have yet to try seaweeds fresh, which makes all
the difference obviously, it may well be too bitter
or salty like you say. I shall see.

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