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Killed for me? Eating pheasant.


Anne Mary
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Some Buddhists say: it makes sense to only refuse meat when it has specially been killed for me.

Now as it happens we live across the road from a pheasant shoot. In winter, every week, a neighbour who works there kindly drops us off a brace.

At my age, and after chemoradiation some years ago, there are a lot of nutrients which my body does not process very well from veg. So why not enjoy these pheasants?

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Cascara
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I was struggling being a vegan and I was given a book called Beyond Broccoli by Susan Schenk. It was fascinating and explained to me why my energy levels were dropping and other symptoms appearing.

Now I eat some good quality meat. I would definitely eat the pheasant, I hope you did?

Love the blog by the way 🙂

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Anne Mary
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I would definitely eat the pheasant, I hope you did?

Most certainly! 🙂

Love, Annemieke.

PS How do I pm you?

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Energylz
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Anne Mary,
I've PM'd you... please see your "Inbox"

All Love and Reiki Hugs

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