I'm still making my way through the book and I'm already on the diet, and loving it. But I have to ask about a few points that seem like flawed logic.
In the section on legumes, Mark says that it should be a bad sign that beans need to be soaked, cooked, or fermented. Yet, meats have to be cooked before we eat them. Not to mention, he says nuts & seeds are OK, but many people need to soak certain nuts to make them more easily digestible.
Is it just me, or does the argument against legumes seem pretty weak?