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Subject:         sproutarian:Re: I got rotten teeth from fresh whole ripe organic fruits = sesame
Date: September 4, 2014 at 4:21 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: I got rotten teeth from fresh whole ripe organic fruits = sesame posted by The Sproutarian on September 4, 2014 at 4:19 am:

Wow, sproutarian, you wrote an inspiring sharing. I revisited your website. I think I thought you were zealous before when I read how you would try to eat amaranth sprouts, even though they made your stomach ache. So I am glad you ignited the communication with me now, otherwise I might not have gone back to your website.
But what you say makes a lot of sense.
One of the most amazing things I have ever eaten is sesame yogurt and I would make that sometimes, but out of time constraints, I would just sprout it for milk or dressings. But the B-vitamin content makes a lot of sense when you make yogurt...that must be what makes me feel amazing.
1) how do you sprout poppy seed? I read that most poppy seed after 6 months after harvesting cannot sprout. So, I once bought like 10 pounds and none of it would sprout. I have made paste with it and love it, but is there a trick to make it sprout or is it really dead?
2) How would you categorize cactus? This is one of the most healing things I eat. Would you call it a vegetable? It really isn't. To be honest, when I was so torn between the advice of Brian Clement and Tom Rodgers, I found peace in my cactus, because there are so many amazing minerals in it. When the cactus is mature, the minerals are crystal-like inside. I wonder why the Jains prohibit eating it.

Anyway, your website helped me to (just last night):
1) determine to routinely eat the highest vibrational foods I have access to
2) stop eating foods that hurt me
3) stop thinking I need to eat a wide variety of foods
4) Emphasize that I should eat from my garden FIRST and from the farmer's market second. A lot of my plants are telephathic: my cactus, my banana plants, my chayote--they have let me know without any doubt. And I am sure many others are too. So as long as I treat them nicely and don't kill them, they should take better care of me than eating from strangers. My basil that was completely dead over the winter miraculously came back to life. It is a true resurrection. It taught me a lot about life.
Thank you very much!

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