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    Quote Originally Posted by halloweenbinge View Post
    Mark eats fermented soy.. I forgot why that's better than unfermented but a quick search of the site will probably bring up a few articles on soy.
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/soy-scrutiny/
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/10-things-to-know-about-tofu/

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    Quote Originally Posted by arewolfe View Post
    Even tempeh, which is fermented IN THE PLASTIC THEY SELL IT IN... nasty.
    Would you mind linking to wherever you read this? I'd like to hear more on the subject.

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    I think some of the blog posts are pretty old. Based on more recent posts, I think Mark may have a more negative stance on soy, especially unfermented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yodiewan View Post
    I think some of the blog posts are pretty old. Based on more recent posts, I think Mark may have a more negative stance on soy, especially unfermented.
    I was trying to find something more recent that was on point but was coming up empty; do you have any specific blog links you could share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarek View Post
    Would you mind linking to wherever you read this? I'd like to hear more on the subject.

    I learned about this from the instructor at a 3 month course I took about a year ago. She was vegan but extremely knowledgeable about commercial food production techniques. She was a student of Ann Wigmore (one of the founders of raw veganism) in the late 1980's and had spent 20+ years in the field of raw food and nutrition.

    Interestingly enough, she and her husband both admit they eat store-bought tempeh regularly. They're raising their kids vegan too, so sad.

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