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Definitely not a good idea. The industrial cheese that you bought is likely pasteurized. Therefore, the fungi and bacteria that thrive in your experiment come from other sources, not the ones used to create the cheese. Cheese is not made using just milk and a culture that you could also use to ferment something else. A key part of the traditional ...


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Death, especially the way they are all handled, requires pain and suffering. An individual's death experience is not something you can replicate. Their pain, suffering, and death is just as traumatic to one as it is to the other. Here's how you reduce the pain and suffering: Stop eating them. Simple as that.


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Vegetable broth is an alternative to bone broth. You can make vegetable broth in many ways: You can buy vegetable stock (broth) pre-prepared in a carton or Buy dry bouillon cubes or Make your own vegetable broth powder Make your own vegetable broth by boiling vegetable trimmings (corn cobs, onion ends, pepper seeds, pea pods, leafy stems, potato parings, ...


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On caloric density with bikepacking In the past decade, I (vegan) have gone on several multi-thousand-kilometer-long cycling trips and also multi-day or longer-than-a-week trekking trips. These two types of trips are very different! In the case of trekking, you will likely be deep in the mountains. You'll see few people, you'll get your water from streams, ...


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Dry beans/pulses and grains should always be washed before cooking them as they are whole-foods grown in the natural environment. If you think about the growing, hulling, and processing procedure then (depending on where you purchase beans and grains) it's likely they've come into contact with other hands/grains which make them dirty. You might wonder why ...


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There has to be a cookbook out there that does this. There are many anti-inflammatory cookbooks. One of them probably has such a table. Gold is only as good as one's digging. Bey, Ronald - Anti-inflammatory: Gout out - Vegan's Way- 50 Recipes- Halal: Vegan Asian Food Bey, Ronald - Cookbook: Vegan's Way - Kidney Health Recipes: Anti- Inflammatory - 50 Halal ...


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I will advise not to do it, over the months a typical cheese gets "mature" there is a lot of changes in the microbiological content. There is even fungi that appears at the surface, or even inside (like in blue cheese), that help build the flavours. The milk by itsef has inherent bacteria if not pasteurized, and typically, depend on the cheese, a certain ...


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