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TheFlyingLlama
Jan 2, 2013

You really think someone would do that? Just go on the internet and be a llama?





apparently you activate almonds by soaking them in water for 12 hours (some claim the water needs to have Himalayan salt), then drying them out again. this apparently destroys the phytochemicals that stop you from getting the full benefit of the nutrients in almonds


in a shocking turn of events, there are apparently no studies that prove this

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TheFlyingLlama
Jan 2, 2013

You really think someone would do that? Just go on the internet and be a llama?





most of them are just "show a million ads" and never actually pay out whatever it is that they're claiming to give you

TheFlyingLlama
Jan 2, 2013

You really think someone would do that? Just go on the internet and be a llama?





it depends. Some seeds do require an import license, others don't. If they don't, they do need to be correctly labeled with the scientific name and quantity of plants, along with a phytosanitary certificate that the seeds/plants are free of pests and diseases.



soooooo technically not illegal, anyone you'd actually cheaply try to import seeds from via china has a 0% chance of actually following the rules so practically yes

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