one thing I like of this week with Graham is I thought of veganism as a dietary aspect, I at least was on this path till now, but I've found out veganism is practical, and veganism in permaculture is looking at the practical side of veganism, and not only at a question of what to take from the shelf of a supermarket.
I must say the question posed by Joseph Lofthouse has been very interesting for me, I've learned things I ignored on the consequences of our diets and how we can change, all the answers to that question were great.
Though I have been thinking about the deep info on alternative methods to enhance the fertility of our soils, and that helps us even if we may never want to become vegan mouths. thinking about the fact the big thing is avoiding intentional input of animal produces in our designs or there expolitation of animals sets you thinking of all the possible solutions and we learn how many plants can come in aid for soil fertility, etc.
I want to see the vegan aspect of design as an incitement to multiply the solutions, and have elements function in more and diverse ways. Then who knows this may take me to deciding that vegan can become my diet.