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Diet vs Diet

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This is a thread for discussing different kinds of diets, the pros and cons, and how they fit into a permaculture context.

I've started it because those conversations are derailing another thread. The main discussion there is to what extent restricted diets like veganism can be useful for whole populations (I think we can all agree that individuals are capable of making their own choices and are entitled to do so).

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Why worry about the effect of a particular diet on a whole population when there is no way a whole population are all going to be on one particular diet?
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Seems to me each permaculture diet would be very specific to the garden and the gardeners who are producing the diet for themselves.  So I'm not sure how there could be any "versus" in that conversation. 

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