By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015
The traditional African natives have always enjoyed more plant-based food. This is despite the fact that they possessed lots of animals and fowls. They rarely ate mate. In fact they only ate meat during a ceremonial gathering when they made an offering to the gods. Other than that, they mostly ate a vegetarian diet.
Among the Mohawk, the Cree, the Anishnabe, the Migmag and many other aboriginal natives of the Americas, their traditional food is also plant-based. I have observed the same with the Indians, Chinese, Vietnamese, Koreans, Filipinos and many others. So there is something to be said about good health outcomes and naturally-based foods we eat.
It turns out that the best diet is a plant-based diet. The reason for this is that the modern cows, chicken and fish tend to be riddled with a variety of pollutants. Unfortunately, the structure of the economy and the market forces have conspired to hide the gory details from the consumer.
Now the subject of this posting. I am posting two sentences below and you must tell us the meaning of sentence 1 and sentence 2 and how they differ.
What do you think of these two sentences about food and their different meanings?
- We need (more plant-based) food.
- We need more (plant-based food).
Read these sentences carefully and post your response here. Good luck.