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I figured out what to call myself when it comes to what I eat.

May 6, 2009

Here it is:

I am a plant-based natural organic-loving whole food whole grain centered discriminating omnivorous temporal partially vegan seasonal aspiring locavorian sustainable non-dolphin-killing save-the-whales, animal-plant-and-bacteria loving pesco non-dairy non-lacto-ovo-vegetarian leaning part-time fresh raw slow food cancer and other chronic disease preventing, MSG-free, anti-GMO-factory-farmed-processed, pro-ethical fair trade supporting, green, CO2 footprint minimizing, global warming halting, anti-Codex-WTO-NAFTA, politically and religiously correct, conscious spiritually intuitively aspiring oldways and wise traditional ancient, low-tech, socially justifying, cottage industry supporting, not-for-profit, community supporting, local acting, global thinking, anti-war, anti-violent, no-weapons-of-mass-destruction, world peace promoting person who eats whatever he likes.

Or, to put it more simply- I’m into eating “macrobiotically”.  😉

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. Linda K. Langlois permalink
    May 6, 2009 10:39 am

    I LIKE it, Phiya! So many of these definitions didn’t exist when we were kids. I wonder what else we will come up with?

  2. marta permalink
    May 6, 2009 12:21 pm

    Just perfect.

  3. M. Roy permalink
    August 1, 2009 1:57 pm

    I would greatly appreciate further comment from Phiya Kushi on the Codex Alimentarius which, depending on what source is checked, will be implemented in full either by the end of 2009 or by 2011.

    Apparently Wikipedia has a lot of data on the Codex, and a leading internet new/conspiracy website also has a lot of discussion on this topic:

    Thanks for reading.

    Peace and blessings

  4. May 25, 2012 5:15 pm

    Anti-slavery, free-universal thinker, conscious of values, human nature understanding, striving for excellence, unconditional respect and love consciousness, ready to learn when and wherever there is a chance, family protector, roots searcher, grateful for being alive and experience life in all senses, faithful, honest, transparent, person of honour, …..

    Just two questions, why do we have the need of calling ourselves anything? Isn´t this a way of putting boundaries to who we really are?

    This was written two years ago, maybe has changed in time.

    Thank you for making me think deeper.

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