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VegInspiration: Helathy Protein

Chefs know that fish who die with great resistance, struggling against the net or the hook and line, have a more bitter taste because of the lactic acid that remains in their muscles. 

In eating fish, we eat the lactic acid the fish produce in their death throes, and the fear-induced adrenalin and other hormones. 

We can all get ample high-quality protein from plant sources without causing unnecessary misery and trauma to other living creatures. - our daily VegInspiration For The Day - our Prayer Circle For Animals Weekly Update - our new online self-paced WPD Facilitator Training 

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I am a bit bemused by this type of protein, and what it might be. Google has 680,000 results for "helathy". This could be a start of a new eating revolution. :P

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