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  •   kristin777_269 Yeh, when we're all nice about we're weak, hippies or sissies so we toughen it up and then we're aggressive or forcing our views on them. What's that saying? "I'm damned if I do and damned if I don't." 12h
  •   halkamo @kristin777_269 perfectly said!!! Spot on. 12h
  •   naomi_tkm @kristin777_269 true AF! We can't win. No one is ever gunna be pleased. We just gotta keep dropping knowledge and keep it moving. 9h
  •   compassion.over.killing Just found your page and LOVE ITit's so hilarious 5h

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  •   darkszide Oh agreed.. just saw the headline.. and thought it was intrestingly in contrast.. personally.. I don't ponder a person's food preferences. . Your a beautiful woman either way 2d
  •   nutritiousmelzllc You dont but alot of carnist do not like plant eaters they find them weak so alot of vegans have been trying to show meat eaters you can be strong without meat @darkszide 2d
  •   darkszide Well people are gonna be people.. there's no us and them it's just us.. if I were your friend or love one.. or even companion.. your choice of food shouldn't influence my thoughts of you.. and hopefully vice versa.. but I understand your stuggle.. but your passion for what you believe is what's most important as it will give those who struggle with acceptances a reason to stand up for themselves.. no matter which side they perfer 2d
  •   nutritiousmelzllc Yeah I just try and stand up for the voiceless the defenseless the animals @darkszide 2d

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  •   ruff.david Oohhh teach me the way of the fruits! Every time I try I get a stump of what was a plant. @blunthumb and may I suggest hunting and fishing for the meat? If done responsibly the ecosystem isn't hurt. The way I hunt, if I don't think I can take the animal down where he stands with the first shot, I don't take it at all. The animal grew up free and wild (keep in mind you'll have to check for signs of parasites if you do) and it doesn't know how life ended. The way I fish, I don't take over or under a certain size. Like catfish over 10 lbs go back to the water, same with 2 lbs. That's if you want the meat though. People say it's a blood sport, I only agree with that if they're talking about trophy hunters (don't get me started on those guys). I can't do the 85 percent vegetarian diet like you, so even if I don't take home a deer or it's a slow day fishing, I'll buy something at the store. But since yours is 85+ if you don't take home a deer or fish, oh well. Just a suggestion though, I'm not trying to pressure you into it lol 1d
  •   blunthumb Nah that's been on my mind as of late. I enjoyed fishing when I was younger and wany to get back into it. At the same time though, I really don't trust much food out of the oceans and have minimal fresh water fish here, to my current knowledge. Strayed away from most seafoods post fukushima, in reality lol. Not that that is the only contributing factor, but that ended it for me at the time. Hunting is something I definitely see myself trying a hand at at some point. For fruit though, first off, the type of fruit your planting has to be hardy to whichever zone youre in, which I'm sure you know. It helps to of course know whether it likes dry or moist soils, sunny or shade loving, high feeders or average etc and to plant accordingly. Properly over wintering things which may be at the fine line of hardy enough for your zone will be a big deal, like if my figs arent wrapped properly over winter theyd get decimated and not produce anything the following year. Keeping a thick mulch layer of fall leaves or tree service wood chips down will help keep moisture in, and insulate the soil against cold in winter and heat in summer, as well as give you organic matter to feed the life of the soil. In terms of what I feed mine, you could google "Master Cho's recipe book pdf" and find all the recipes. Most of the nutrients/ferments made in korean natural farming are edible as well. And then its all about pruning and destoning them properly. Off the top of the head that seems like it should cover the basis. If you ever wanna chat or get more info though just let me know man. @ruff.david 1d
  •   2freshpablo I never heard people say vegans can't do this or that 4h

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