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With an estimated 150 varieties to choose from, there are DIY dinners for vegetarians, gluten-free eaters, omnivores, vegans and frat boys courting heart attacks (BurgaBox).
Even omnivores will appreciate the lengthy list of smoothies, tonics, and other healthy day-boosters. 10.
The perfect mix includes something savory for the omnivores, as well as meat-free bites for the vegetarians.
So how could a book like this be making an omnivore like me so happy?
That said, plenty of omnivores have failed to notice the absence of animals, distracted by heaps of satisfying egg dishes and even a creative breakfast bahn mi sandwich that gets it’s protein power from egg crepe and seitan.
There are junk food, nutrient-deficient vegan diets and junk food, nutrient-deficient omnivore diets.
So far, some of what Martinez has found sounds like standard fare for toothy omnivores that live near population centers.
But for omnivores, the draw will be the pork platter, a meaty choose-your-own adventure of pork products, all made from whole animals broken down in Kaden's kitchen.
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The Classic omnivore
Human beings seem to be classic omnivores. Originally living as "hunter-gatherers", we hunted and fished when possible but also gathered nuts, berries, fruits, seeds, and roots for much of our diet. We're physically well suited for both tasks; our hands are perfect for picking things, and our build is ideal for running down even the fastest game animals because of our great stamina. Some 10,000 years ago humans began practicing agriculture involving both animals and plants. The other omnivorous mammals include chimpanzees, pigs, opossums, porcupines, bears, raccoons, chipmunks, mice and rats, and skunks. But even many mammals classed as carnivorous turn out to be capable of shifting to plant foods when necessary.
Origin and Etymology of omnivore
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