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Letter from CS asking why the taste of meat is no longer appealing - 7 Feb 2008

Frank and Mary, Tell me if this make sense...

I grew up eating meat with my adoptive family. As of three years ago, I slowly began avoiding certain types of meats leading up to becoming an official vegetarian as of this year (2008). One thing that made the transition easier throughout this time was that I noticed I physically disliked the taste of meat, and it has nothing has to do with the animal.

The fact is that my taste buds dislike the meat, and I don't know why.

Also, I would like you to know that my Seventh Adventist church family are mostly vegetarian or vegans.

Peace and Love,


Reply from Frank and Mary Hoffman

Dear Candice:

Thank you for writing and telling us about your switch back to being a vegetarian, hopefully vegan.

God created us to be vegetarians, and flesh eating is a learned behavior, and not natural. Your system never wanted to learn to eat flesh and therefore never liked the taste. We wonder how many other people have had the same experience?

What about the taste of dairy and cheese?

We also hope and pray that you will now begin to think about the animals.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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