> Obviously, the preceding post is so blatantly pro-cook propaganda
> that it might cause an unwary new reader to think that such
> as Pottenger's Cats thrived on cooked food, rather than dying out.
Just a note: my post wasn't intended to be a pro-cook propaganda. In
fact, all the ideas (from point 1 to point 10) have actually been
expressed by one or several people eating raw, promoting raw food,
here (on this list) or somewhere else. So, taken in isolation, if
these ideas were a propaganda for something, it must be for raw
food. That in your ears it sounds like a pro-cook propaganda is quite
ironic (and I did intend to be ironic).
Criticizing the raw food party line doesn't mean you are against raw
food (related example: you can still be anti-abortion while
criticizing people who commit crimes against people practicing
--Jean-Louis Tu <[log in to unmask]>