All about fruitarianism with a long-term fruitarian, Lena

Students from Winnipeg, Canada recently discovered a stash of 800-year-old seeds while on an archaeological dig. The mysterious seeds, once planted, grew into a rare species of squash that has been extinct for hundreds of years. While we don't know if the seeds themselves were safe to eat, the squash that they harvested was absolutely delicious

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  • Let me match your behavior, Lena, as the ethical fruitarianism author that you are, to that of a fruit ...

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  • So, which one is the article you mention, Lena?

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