A short essay about why I ditched veganism"Why I ditched veganism"
How to survive in south and far east asia as a vegan/vegetarian: Japan: Pretty tough. Fruits and veggies are crazy expensive, only affordable options are udon, katsu-udon but have to fish out some seafood from it, tempura, and foreign restaurants which cost at least twice as much as local ones. The only cheap supermarket is called “super tamade” where they sell lots of pre-cooked vegetarian options, and of course sushi, tempura, salads, at around 100…"Living in Asia as a vegetarian 1"
I frequently tell people I grew up in Argentina, and one of the most frequent questions I’m asked is: “was it tough being a vegetarian there?” Answer is always no. Of course, we find there’s a big meat eating culture there, but there are also many sub-cultures who chose to oppose it for some reason, so you’ve got the hippies, the SxE, the are krishna, the budhists, the hindus, the animals rights defenders, the environmentalists who do…"Living in Argentina as a vegetarian"
Friend: Why do you want to end world poverty and income inequality? Some people are rich, some are poor, that’s just the way it is. Bruno: I want? No, this is not about what I want or I don’t want, it’s about doing the right thing. It’s about what has to be done. Friend: But I like having more than the rest, that way I have no stress, don’t need to work,…"Whatever 6"
Some months ago I stumbled upon the works of Dr. Bass, and the natural hygiene diet, and I found it quite interesting, especially the part about sequential eating: http://drbass.com/sequential.html So I read it, it made sense. I tested it, It worked, and have been trying to practice it, basically it says that different food is digested differently, the order in the one we eat is important, and it’s better to eat the more watery food…"ajumas and the bibimbap"