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From: Marie Oser (marie.veggiechef.com)
Subject:         Re: soybeans
Date: July 30, 2008 at 12:21 am PST

In Reply to: soybeans posted by Nadine on July 29, 2008 at 7:53 am:


Genetically Modified Foods and organisms (GM or GMO) have been modified by combining genes (DNA)from different plants or organisms.

High tech genetic engineering technology splices genes and allows scientists to insert specific genes into a plant or animal without the trial and error of selective breeding.

With these technologies scientists can now cross species very easily. I have heard that it is now possible to create a plant that produces human insulin. Is this a good thing? I donít think so.

Corn and soybeans are among the largest GMO crops in agriculture. Transgenic drugs, vaccines, food, ingredients, and fibers are all in GM Labs at this moment. These transgenic products are not labeled.

I highly recommend using Laura Beans www.FairviewFarms.com, Non-GMO, sweet and consistent; Laura Beans are the very best for making soymilk and tofu.


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