THE HAZARDS OF COOKING YOUR FOOD!
Ninety percent of all wood burned is burned to cook food.
The impact that cutting trees for firewood has on animals
world wide is nothing short of catastrophic.
Americans use almost as much fuel for cooking as they do
The SAD (Standard American Diet) requires one hundred times
the land of a raw food diet to produce the same amount of
A vegan diet requires two and a half times as much land
as does a raw food diet.
Monoculture grain agriculture represents the worst possible
scenarios ecologically, environmentally, and for animal
rights. Vegetable gardens and fruit orchards provide the
biodiversity necessary for sustainable ecoculture.
The heat produced from cooking and from heating water for
cleaning pots, pans and dishes contributes significantly
to global warming.
Cooked food consumption is linked to almost every eating
disorder, many learning disabilities, and practically every
disease known to man.
The air and water pollution generated from cooking is intense,
and is the one kind of pollution that we create on a totally