Hiking Fox wrote:I don't think you can make yoghurt from coconut milk.
meli wrote:hiking fox, i am zero interested in dogmatic discussions, but something for you to think about:
"A certain number of bees are undeniably killed by honey production, but far more insects are killed, for example, in sugar production. And if we really cared about bugs we would never again eat anything either at home or in a restaurant that wasn’t strictly organically grown—after all, killing bugs is what pesticides do best. And organic production uses pesticides too (albeit “natural”). Researchers measure up to approximately 10,000 bugs per square foot of soil—that’s over 400 million per acre, 250 trillion per square mile. Even “veganically” grown produce involves the deaths of countless bugs in lost habitat, tilling, harvesting and transportation. We probably kill more bugs driving to the grocery store to get some honey-sweetened product than are killed in the product’s production."
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meli wrote:If you don't have anything to contribute how to make a yoghurt, get out of my thread.
baldy wrote:meli wrote:If you don't have anything to contribute how to make a yoghurt, get out of my thread.
It is not really like that meli, its more like.
If you don't have anything vegan to contribute, get out of this forum.
You are certainly entitled to your views on honey, but this is a vegan forum, please follow the guidelines about posting.
meli wrote:This message board is a bunch of super weird hypocrites.
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