I personally would use it if it came from the sources you mentioned above. The devil's advocate side to that is, since most people don't actually eat animal bones, but they do eat animals, it's a way to make sure every part of the animal in used, and in the case of musical instruments, used to create instruments that can create beautiful music by vegans, giving them a platform to enlighten about
I am looking for musicians in the rock/hard rock/pop rock genres who are able to collaborate over the internet to help me record a new album project for my project One World (R)evolution.
Lead guitar players
Classical guitar players
Any other instruments that can add to the making of
Definitely read The 80-10-10 Diet by Dr. Doug Graham. Also read his Sports Nutrition book - www.foodnsport.com
I am a triathlete. High fruit, low nuts/seeds is the best way to fule as an endurance athlete. It's basically a frugivore diet (NOT fruitarian). Frugivores get the bulk of their calories from fruits and get their minerlas from tender leafy greens. Bananas are your friend.
The best, and only place, to start your raw food journey is by reading Dr. Douglas Graham's books - The 80-10-10 Diet & Grain Damage. Pretty much sums it all up. Don't bother following all the raw chocolate super food gurus, you'll only end up with deficiencies and leaving the raw food diet behind as a "failure". I am living proof of this. I started my raw journey with Doug, got
My name is Astrum Lux Lucis. I am a raw vegan, lesbian, singer/songwriter from the conscious rock band One World (R)evolution. I currently reside in Austin, Texas with my beautiful wife and our 3 fur kids.
Anyone else from the Austin, Texas area? We'd love to meet up!
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Buy the 9 tray for sure! Other raw fooder essentials are a high speed blender. I prefer the Vita-Mix. A food processor and a really good sharp knife. That'll get you started.
I think the Excalibur comes complete with everything you require - the mesh sheets, the paraflex sheets, etc.
I usually bring my own food with me wherever I go. If I am going to someone's house where cooked food is, I will ask if it's ok if I bring a dish to share, and I make enough so that I can eat and be satisfied as well. And as a safety, I'll eat a light salad before I go and have a few things in my car for afterward in case everyone loves my dish and eats most of it, leaving me little t
Being 100% raw vegan can be very cost effective. You've got your main tools - Vita-Mix and dehydrator...do you have a food processor? These are the 3 main staple tools, other than a really good sharp knife.
The key to thriving on raw, from my own experience, is to eat high-green. Do you have a local farmer's market? It is greens season so perhaps they do have some greens availabl