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Date Posted: 07:27:29 04/11/05 Mon
Author: Bee
Subject: WARNING! Jean might find this racist!
In reply to: Jean 's message, "questions" on 17:21:12 04/10/05 Sun

I have read the WOW and the verses that refer to grains and meat (wheat for man, oats for the horse, etc) and then it goes to state the times in which all should be used.

Naturally, we think of eating meat more so in the winter than we do in the summer, and in most Asian countries, meat is more of a flavoring than the main course...sorta like a dose of vitamins.

Thai cuisine, for example, is very hot, spicy and has bits of meat in their curries, soups and some noodle and rice dishes.

Japan is the same as far as using meat, as is China, and India, of course, has a fantastic vegetarian cuisine.
I am starting to look into more vegan dishes for my family as we are not what you would call heavy meat eaters, as we eat meat about three times a week. But I love eating vegetables and fruits and whole grains, but I prefer they have a kick, which is why I have been looking into cuisines of other cultures, as many of them are very healthy and based on cleansing, balancing and cooling the body.

For instance, several years ago, we had that epidemic of SARS, traced to the eating of 'exotic' meat (civet cats, of all things. Yuck). The Koreans didn't get it.
BUT their resistance to it was traced to eating kimchee every day, which is loaded with red chili peppers, garlic and a bit of fish sauce. I happen to love kimchee with brown rice, and ate it an awful lot this winter and did pretty well resisting colds and flu.

What I find interesting about the WOW and my couple of years study of other cuisines, is that most of them build on a sauce based on peppers, tomatoes and spices, and the meat is an afterthought. The cuisines of many cultures follow the WOW, but Joseph didn't know that.

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