You might just say NO THANK YOU after reading this article. I don’t like to post negative news but sometimes one has to. One can’t just turn a blind eye and carry on as if all is OK. I mean I have read about the Chinese producing artificial imitation eggs, (you’ll find this somewhere on youtube) that look and taste so real you cannot tell the difference from real eggs. So be careful where you buy your eggs from and what you order in Chinese restaurants. But this one here tops it all. Absolutely uggghhhh disgusting, the idea puts you off from eating all kinds of seafood that comes from anywhere near the Asian coastline. I mean what next? To reduce costs? They feed their fish including shrimps with pig fecus?!!! And more scandalous is that it is legal to import this fecus fed fish to other countries? I really have to think hard about becoming totally Vegan or even go off food completely and live on love and prana! Before we can say boo we are all probably going to be forced to go that road what with water being contaminated and so forth.
I remember that I hardly ate in my youth (ages ago that was) and my parents used to shake their heads worrying about me, ‘no man will ever want to marry you if you are so skinny’ they said to me, I looked like a match stick. I usually laughed and said ‘I don’t care I don’t need food, I live on love and fresh air.’ And it was true, I was in love with life and I had energy to move mountains! (Aaah those lovely young years!) Somewhere along the line, at 19 and still a match stick, I arrived in Europe, fell in love and married, discovered sex, had three kids, I forgot about living without food! One can literally say I fell, from the higher dimensions where I existed, to the 3D physical dimension! I think its time now for me to find my way back again to where I came from and to learn to live on prana and unconditional love for life. This article certainly triggered that button.
Asian Seafood Raised on Pif Feces Approved for U.S. Consumers
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this is about the first two decades of my life in Baghdad. A Baghdad that is sadly no more.