In a message dated 12/4/98 7:59:55 AM Eastern Standard Time, [log in to unmask]
Sandy, I've been attacked before on this list for talking too much, so this
my last Brix post for a while. Just remember that there are *extreme*
in food quality. The most extreme I'm aware of (that's on record) is where a
tested sample of spinach grown on worn-out land had 1 ppm iron while another,
grown on rich soil (but same climate), had 1956 ppm of iron. Now, doesn't
make an official USDA pronouncement that spinach has "X" ppm of iron look
If you're interested in food truth instead of food dogma, you'll get an
to do your own evaluation. >>
I'm fairly new to this list, but what little I've read I feel you have very
valuable information and a lot to contribute.
I think people may argue with you in order to discount whatever unviable
theories they may hold, so that ultimately they may get as close to the truth
as possible. At least that is true for me.
I do hope you continue to post because I for one want to find out so much
more about your discoveries re Brix and their impact on us.
Thanks for all the information you've already given.