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Old Tue, Mar-08-11, 14:40
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Plan: ketogenic neandrathin
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I'm not doing vegetarian lc but I do have a question you may be able to answer. For the sake of variety I've considered adding tofu as a breakfast or salad addition. I've heard a variety of comments re the health aspects of using soy in anyform, including tofu, as though only fermented soy products are acceptable. What's the story? T
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Old Tue, Mar-08-11, 19:06
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I want to know as well!

I eat tofu all the time. Not as a meat replacement but as an actual food, because I like it!!
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