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From: Gina (
Subject:         Myra: Re: challenges that you have had with 100% raw
Date: September 12, 2014 at 8:05 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: challenges that you have had with 100% raw posted by myra on September 12, 2014 at 7:13 pm:

Hi Myra,
I am leaving seaweed and algae last on my list until I master the sprout diet. One time I bought high-end dulse from Maine coast and when I hydrated it, in order to wash it and the salt off, there were white larvae all over it. Likely some bugs laid their eggs on it. I could have picked them off but I instead dehydrated it to give to my cats. I can really respect the CHinese for cooking their seaweed. There is a vegetarian restaurant, where they serve a whole dish of kelp-like seaweed, but it's stir-fried. The Chinese easily polish off a whole plate for one person . I stare at them because I myself don't want to eat stir-fried stuff, but I understand the rationale. And then the Japanese add it to their beans or soups and cook with it. I don't eat cooked seaweed but so far I am not eating raw either. I can't get it out of my head that it is swimming in a sea of piss and poop. I just have to figure it out.
But at the same time, Brian Clement admonished my fears when i asked him. So I am trying to keep an open mind.

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