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Kale and pomegranate smoothies. Great food choice, except that
processed, it's like so close yet so far. And all the store is doing,
their only justification for existing, except that they get the food
and bring it to some place you can pick it up, is that they chop it
of tiny pieces, destroying at least some of its natural
benefit. So without hoping that people will one day again be
to forage for their food and use their brains only for what they
created for, to choose whether to turn left or right after eating
previous leaf, maybe an incremental step would be for a smoothie
shop to just process their food less and sell "roughies" -- almost
unprocessed combinations of pomegranate, coconut oil, kale,
Bugs? It's all bugs and they're all moral. Can we get down to that
level please? Health and morality are the same thing. Humans are
just the most organized coordinated bug systems out there but the
rest of everything in the world is more shittily coordinated bug
And they sell cheese! [bungston, May 26 2015]
||/smoothie shop to just process their food less/
It is a great idea. There is a place like this close to my house. The unprocessed ingredients are laid out in big shelves. Some of them get misted with water to stay crunchy. You can pick out what you like and process it at home, or just process it in your own built-in food chopperupper.
||Link for you to find one attached.
||//or just process it in your own built-in food
||This is totally unrecognized by so many. Everyone knows
that unprocessed foods are superior, but few know that
as soon as you eat it a whole lot of processing happens.
Firstly, teeth break apart macro structures, following
this, there is an ACID bath, with proteolytic enzymes,
then further processing exposes the food to alkali and
DETERGENTS before a whole cocktail of further enzymes
essentially reduce food to a homogeneous mush. We need
to get back to nature, no one needs a homogeneous
mush, it just can't be healthy.