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Hi Annie,

I was interested what it was all about, particularly quorn (which is not

mushroom in origin as I had thought) . Quorn was first produced as a mycoprotein

for a famine that was predicted, but never eventuated.

I personally would not eat a meat substitute, as I am vegetarian for ethical

reasons . But I certainly don't have a problem with people eating meat


Most of the time I don't care what people eat, as long as they don't eat things

that turn my stomach in front of me. But I have been known to voice an opinion

to friends who eat at a Chinese restaurant that sells shark fin soup, as I think

that is one of the most cruel practices and I just can't bear to think of it.



West Aussie

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