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From: Michael (85.166.234.93)
Subject:         Re: Seaweeds
Date: August 10, 2014 at 3:31 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Seaweeds posted by Dr. Doug Graham on August 9, 2014 at 11:05 am:

Interesting points!

However, I wonder about how much of it is "learning"
and how much of it is just "ready for it", if you
know what I mean?

Even though it might take some time to learn THAT
you can eat fruit/food, HOW to eat it etc, I still
think we have an instinctive urge for sweet and
therefore fruits that make us naturally like it. As
opposed to our instinctive dislike of bitter for
example.

I grew up with salads several times a week, and
during summer almost every day, with a oil based
dressing of course, but still. To this day, my first
reaction to greens is always a slight disgust. Bear
in mind that by slight I mean VERY slight, I still
like to eat it sometimes and a little bit, but over
the last years I have only found that I like it less
and less, even though I live for long periods (up to
a year) with absolutely no garlic, onion, chili or
any condiment what so ever.

In e very general sense, it seems EVERYONE loves
sweet, and fruit, but very few loves vegetables
plain. Since the whole world loves fruit despite
living on the worst diets, why aren't more people
also into greens if it is indeed a natural urge?

For the record, I'm not against greens, I do indeed
eat them as well, certain greens can be pretty good,
and I might be an odd case, who knows, but I enjoy
investigating my senses and question things!

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