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Re: Type B/soy/fermentation makes the difference

Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: March 09, 1997 at 16:31:54

In Response To: Type B/Soy Yes/Tofu No? (Nora Galvin)

Dear Nora,

Although soy beans don't agglutinate type B, it seems that something in the process of fermentation alters soy in a way that B's sometimes react negatively to. Perhaps it is the bacteria. Eating the raw bean doesn't seem to do this, and lets type B get a little of the benefit of soy.

Good news about the "meat guilt" vegetarian!

Peter



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