Fruitarians.net AppleSupport this project with the youtube button. 

Responses, Commentary

Discussions, responses and commentary, answers. 

"Lean meat" is a misleading term. I noticed many times in conversations that people who think that they eat "proteins" tend to think about this food group as an almost pure protein, a perfect set of essential amino acids. Especially if they consume so called "lean meats." 

In beef (presented as "90% lean meat") - half of the calories are from fat (http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/beef-products/6193/2). Even in the leanest bird meat approximately the fifth of the energy is from fat, ~18% in the leanest I could find (http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/poultry-products/704/2).

Digestibility-corrected amino acid score (PDCAAS) of protein in beef is only 0.92, chicken - 0.91(?), and egg whites and soy - 1 or 100% (not that it matters much). Note, that 62% of calories in a whole egg are from fat, and 40% in soybeans. 

Maya, a journalist from Guardian, has asked me today about my opinion on distribution of fallen tomatoes:

Hi Lena

Thanks for getting back to me. I heard today that Waitrose are going to start selling tomatoes that have fallen off the vine ie ones that would have normally been wasted and rejected by supermarkets. Wondered what the fruitarian take would be? Is this a breakthrough in terms of fruit that has naturally fallen being sold nationwide.

Any thoughts?

Maya

____

Maya Wolfe-Robinson

The Guardian, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU

My response was:

Your comments, suggestions, critique, and ideas:
George Berkeley

To be is to be perceived.

Fruitarians.net Apple