Are vegetarians crazy?

Discussion in 'Gator Country Health and Fitness' started by LeafUF, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. LeafUF

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    I'm not really a huge fan of soy. But I'm really not a fan of broscience and perpetuation of lies.
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    Neither am I. Hence the dislike of soy.
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    Soy just isn't the better choice some say it is. More good stuff in other choices with less problems.

    Wonder why they never ate it much until it became a cheap filler for processed foods.
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    Vegetarian is an old Indian word that means "bad hunter." ;)
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    The "problems" aren't real, though. If you don't like the taste, or prefer something else, fine. I don't eat much soy, personally, but I fiercely dislike the spread of misinformation.

    Who is "they?" Soy has been consumed for tens of thousands of years in Asia. It wasn't really introduced to the rest of the world until the early 1800s.

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