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Franziska Achterberg said (about Jean-Claude Juncker): "When he was elected, Commission President Juncker promised more democratic decision-making. This vote leaves no doubt that approving these GMO crops would break that promise," External link

ecowatch Monday, March 27, 2017 11:22:00 PM CEST

Dylan Jones says: “You can usually convert people by introducing the idea of sushi, or lobsters and prawns, which are just sea bugs,” “It’s easy to draw parallels. Vancouver is a great town as it’s an early adaptor of things like kombucha (fermented, sweetened tea drinks) or nose to tail eating. We have a long history of eating seaweed snacks and things that are a little unusual” External link

edmontonjournal Saturday, March 25, 2017 2:38:00 PM CET

Dylan Jones says: “Environmentally it uses less energy and land, especially compared to whey protein, which is a very concentrated, chemically separated protein,” “It uses a lot less land and water than soy, which is the second most popular protein. Soy uses a ton of fertilizer and for the most part is GMO. Pea, hemp seed, pumpkin seed or quinoa, other than land-use issues, are not complete proteins — the chemical separation of the vegetable protein from carbs and fibres usually break down amino acids, and it becomes chaf” External link

edmontonjournal Saturday, March 25, 2017 2:38:00 PM CET

Dylan Jones says: “You can usually convert people by introducing the idea of sushi, or lobsters and prawns, which are just sea bugs,” “It’s easy to draw parallels. Vancouver is a great town as it’s an early adaptor of things like kombucha (fermented, sweetened tea drinks) or nose to tail eating. We have a long history of eating seaweed snacks and things that are a little unusual” External link

vancouversun Saturday, March 25, 2017 2:23:00 PM CET

Dylan Jones says: “Environmentally it uses less energy and land, especially compared to whey protein, which is a very concentrated, chemically separated protein,” “It uses a lot less land and water than soy, which is the second most popular protein. Soy uses a ton of fertilizer and for the most part is GMO. Pea, hemp seed, pumpkin seed or quinoa, other than land-use issues, are not complete proteins — the chemical separation of the vegetable protein from carbs and fibres usually break down amino acids, and it becomes chaf” External link

vancouversun Saturday, March 25, 2017 2:23:00 PM CET

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