> Those of
>us who eat VLF have to realize, unless one has grown up eating this way,
>that changing from SAD to VLF requires an experience not unlike a
That was a great post. You are so right. Looking at your post
and thinking of my own moving away from eating meat, I wanted to
declare, "It IS a religious experience." Of course, it probably
depends on your perception/description of religious. But it
definitely came up--gradually--from deep within, and over a
(probably long) period of time. But the conscious decision probably
took 2 to 4 weeks of stewing--not necessarily thinking.
Now, while I can identify, probably almost perfectly, with horror
and amazement of the person watching her father eat SAD, I can see
the truth and wisdom of your words and thank you for them.
That was a great post and a wonderful perception from which to view
ourselves' and others' eating habits.