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Yeah, Vicki asked me to make a video. So I figured why not :D
yeah its pretty bizzare how that works, but it makes sense too.
Baba Fats said:
Same here Sam. I make an awesome rice pudding, but the astronomical amount of milk and heavy cream that go into it is too much for me. I can taste just enough to tell when the flavor is right, but I can't, for the life of me, get down a whole cup of it myself anymore. I can still eat cheese, but as far as milk and cream go, my stomach can't handle it anymore.
I havent tried that yet. but I keep hearing good things about it so I think I am going to give it a shot sometime
I always find it amazing how if you don't have certain foods in your body you will get sensative to them. @baba fats.. have you tried using coconut milk instead of the milk and heavy cream?
That is so cool Yogi. I do not think I will ever go back to eating animal product again. but I am not sure what the future holds for me. I don't see why I would becasue I feel so much better now that I have started. but I did have a coffee at starbucks the other day and forgot to ask for soy. lets just say I have built up a lactose intolerance
I'm a vegan girl myself, Started off for medical reason's a looong time ago now where i had to cut dairy out of my diet totally and pretty much all food that was processed because of the excess sugar and salt they add into it. Then after a few years of eating no dairy and what not i started having issues when i would eat meat, didn't really matter what kind of meat but red meat was by far the worst. I would get awful pain and well lots of other stomach related issues. So almost a year ago i decided to go straight up vegan.. i went raw vegan for a month or so but i couldn't handle not being able to cook.. i might try it again but who knows...I have had a few slip ups because well sometimes im not very careful and something has chicken stock in them or i simply am human and eat what is available ( i ALWAYS pay for it!)I didn't really think much of the moral issues attached to it but i do more often now. I am never going to be one of those people who force my food choices on people... my husband actually is a carnivore still.. althought since he's lazy and a bad cook he mostly eats vegan. I hope to get stronger and stronger in my resolve and be able to be 100% vegan for the rest of my life. I find it has done wonders for my life.
The more i read about the dread journey the more i feel like maybe the messy stage might be a really good thing for me... I am a tiny giant control freak lol
VEGAN! I do it for my health. I don't feel like the human body was designed to eat animal products. I would have to say that my dreads and my diet are all a part of my lifestyle. I have been trying to get back in touch with nature and the way it intended everything to be. my diet, hair and many other things in my life all have a huge roll in that