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Other than fruit, honey is the only natural food that is made without destroying any kind of life! What about milk, you say? A cow has to eat grass to produce milk and grass is living!.

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Lane:
A cow eatting grass is not "killing" the grass, it keeps on growing!!! So YEAH : GOT MILK?!!!
Chris:
Honey is made from nectar, which is produced by flowering plants to attract bees. A evolutionary trait that so pollen is transported from plant to plant to germinate seeds. A symbiotic relationship .Sometimes the ignorance is painful.Come on people!!
Beezer:
Honey is regurgetated by the bee's which makes it bee puke.
jesus:
i think they were alluding to the fact that you eat the whole body of a vegetable, but fruit is merely the seed of another plant
Sean:
What about vegetables? Those aren't fruits. Legumes, also. Any other plant life, really.
Hunchbook:
There are likely micro-organisms that are involved in the process of making honey, but not killed. Also, this only counts making the food, not eating it. Obviously eating fruit destroys life. As for eggs, birds must eat to produce eggs, most birds whose eggs we eat live off of seeds, plants, or insects: so they destroy life to make eggs.
Caius:
i think eating fruit would be considered killing potential life. and im sure there are micro-organisms that are used in the process of making honey. idk, those are just my thoughts.
Rikki:
Cows eat grass to stay alive not to make milk. Eggs aren't produce by destroying life! they're pretty much a chicken period. If you count grass as destroying life then wouldn't eating fruit be destrying life?
rachel:
no they use pollen, which does not harm the plant.
loverock:
Also bees eat something to produce honey. isn't true?

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