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  • Doctors remove 420 kidney stones 'caused by excessive tofu' from patient in China

    06/09/2015 11:00:21 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 76 replies ^ | 10:48AM BST 09 Jun 2015 | By Charlotte Middlehurst, Shanghai
    The operation to remove hundreds of tiny stones took doctors around two hours Doctors in China have removed 420 kidney stones from a man's body, blaming an excessive amount of tofu in his daily diet. Mr He from Zhejiang Province in eastern China, checked into the Dongyang People's Hospital complaining of intense pain in his abdomen last month. A CT scan revealed that his left kidney was packed full of stones, most of them tiny. Doctors operated on Friday in an agonising procedure that lasted about two hours. Mr He said he had a history of suffering from kidney stones....
  • McDonald’s Japan just released Tofu Nuggets, and they taste…

    07/31/2014 10:43:27 AM PDT · by chajin · 38 replies
    RocketNews24 ^ | 07/31/2014 | Philip Kendall
    Just days after the taking Chicken McNuggets off its menu in the light of the China food scandal, McDonald’s Japan has unveiled a brand new, rather unusual product: Tofu Shinjo Nuggets and Ginger Sauce, a combination of bean curd, fish and vegetables shaped into bite-size pieces and deep-fried. Turning to tofu–a food that has long been a favourite in Japan and known for its health benefits–is certainly a wise move, and McDonald’s is undoubtedly in need of something new to entice customers back with, but while we’ve no doubt all craved deep-fried chicken at some point in our lives, we’d...
  • Jindal: Obamacare ruling paves way for Michelle Obama Tofu Tax mandate

    07/05/2012 2:22:43 PM PDT · by Republican Wildcat · 16 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | July 5, 2012 | Joel Gehrke
    Mitt Romney’s campaign attacked President Obama and the Supreme Court ruling in Obamacare this morning, arguing that the ruling expands congressional power by allowing the federal government to levy taxes in order to compel behavior. “Under this taxing authority now, you can tax inactivity to compel behavior, you can tax inactivity, what’s to stop this administration — we know the First Lady is very keen on us eating healthy — why not tax people for not eating tofu?”Gov. Bobby Jindal,, R-La., asked reporters on a conference call this morning. “This administration, they’ve put taxpayers as partial owners of GM, why...
  • Japan: Fukushima tofu makers not deterred by food concerns

    12/18/2011 6:18:56 AM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 11 replies
    December 17, 2011 Fukushima tofu makers not deterred by food concerns FUKUSHIMA--As paranoia over contaminated food has the nation on edge, workers in the Tatsugoyama district of Fukushima city are busy producing the local specialty, freeze-dried tofu. "While we worried about the effects from the accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, we are relieved because radiation tests by the prefectural government before we shipped out the products found no problems," said Yukio Kurosawa, 75, who has been making dried tofu for 50 years.
  • PETA asks Turkey, Texas to change name to Tofurky

    11/18/2011 5:02:07 AM PST · by smokingfrog · 81 replies ^ | 17 Nov 2011 | staff
    PETA is asking the small town of TURKEY, TEXASto change its name to Tofurky to help promote compassion for the animal this Thanksgiving.
  • Universal Turkey (If Government Ran Thanksgiving)

    11/24/2009 6:26:16 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 3 replies · 606+ views
    Youtube ^ | November 24, 2009 | Hands Off My Health
  • 'ILVTOFU' plate banned in Colorado

    04/09/2009 12:43:24 PM PDT · by Justaham · 51 replies · 1,296+ views
    DENVER — One Colorado woman’s love for tofu has been judged X-rated by state officials. Kelly Coffman-Lee wanted to tell the world about her fondness for bean curd by picking certain letters for her SUV’s license plate. Her suggestion for the plate: “ILVTOFU.” But the Division of Motor Vehicles blocked her plan because they thought the combination of letters could be interpreted as profane.
  • Colo. woman's tofu license plate request blocked

    04/08/2009 2:07:02 PM PDT · by JoeProBono · 29 replies · 1,126+ views
    examiner ^ | Apr 8, 2009
    Kelly Coffman-Lee wanted to tell the world about her love of tofu by picking the letters for her car's license plate. But her tofu fondness ran into a snafu at the Division of Motor Vehicles, which blocked her plan because they thought the combination of letters could be interpreted as profane. Her suggestion for the plate on her Suzuki: "ILVTOFU."
  • PETA's Star Gimmick Is Tough to Swallow (Clooney-Flavored Tofu!)

    03/12/2009 7:57:48 AM PDT · by reagan_fanatic · 14 replies · 785+ views
    Just when we thought we'd seen it all from PETA -- the animal rights organization known for high-profile celebrity ads -- President Ingrid Newkirk has come up with this: George Clooney-flavored tofu.
  • Tofu 'may raise risk of dementia'

    07/06/2008 5:09:48 AM PDT · by em2vn · 34 replies · 182+ views
    BBC ^ | 07-06-08 | staff
    Eating high levels of some soy products - including tofu - may raise the risk of memory loss, research suggests.
  • Tofu 'may raise risk of dementia'

    07/04/2008 9:45:48 PM PDT · by atomic conspiracy · 55 replies · 294+ views
    BBC ^ | 07004-08 | staff
    Eating high levels of some soy products - including tofu - may raise the risk of memory loss, research suggests. The study focused on 719 elderly Indonesians living in urban and rural regions of Java. The researchers found high tofu consumption - at least once a day - was associated with worse memory, particularly among the over-68s. The Loughborough University-led study features in the journal Dementias and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders. Soy products are a major alternative protein source to meat for many people in the developing world. But soy consumption is also on the increase in the west, where it...
  • 'Tofu' license pits open source against meat

    01/27/2008 5:19:35 AM PST · by dayglored · 37 replies · 195+ views
    The Register ^ | Jan 26 2008 | Gavin Clarke
    What you can - and cannot do - with your software is often determined by the code owner's license. From not using open source APIs with closed-source digital rights management (DRM) to being barred from fiddling with Windows source code, we've seen it all. Or have we? Joining the open source and commercial melee is a document that pretty much rules out using a new JavaScript tool by anyone working in - or associated with - the pharmaceutical, farming and food, and some manufacturing industries. Oh, and certain universities are out, too. ExtTLD, for developing components on the open source...
  • A devil food is turning our kids into homosexuals

    12/12/2006 5:28:00 PM PST · by Stone Mountain · 187 replies · 5,264+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | Dec 12, 2006 | Jim Rutz
    A devil food is turning our kids into homosexuals Posted: December 12, 2006 1:00 a.m. Eastern There's a slow poison out there that's severely damaging our children and threatening to tear apart our culture. The ironic part is, it's a "health food," one of our most popular. Now, I'm a health-food guy, a fanatic who seldom allows anything into his kitchen unless it's organic. I state my bias here just so you'll know I'm not anti-health food. The dangerous food I'm speaking of is soy. Soybean products are feminizing, and they're all over the place. You can hardly escape them...
  • Move over, turkey (Vegan alert)

    11/17/2006 9:43:00 AM PST · by DogByte6RER · 102 replies · 1,565+ views
    Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO ^ | November 17, 2006 | April E. Clark
    Move over, turkey April E. Clark Post Independent Staff November 17, 2006 If Margie Garrett had her wish, she'd be having a turkey at her Thanksgiving dinner. But this turkey wouldn't be roasted, fried or stuffed. It would be a guest. "I'd love to invite one to dinner," said Garrett, who has worked at Good Health grocery store for 10 years. "I would love to have one as a pet turkey some day." Each year, Garrett hosts a Thanksgiving spread that features enough food to make anyone forget about turkey. She's been a vegetarian since 1972 and, more recently, is...
  • Fifty ways to kill Zacharias Moussaui

    04/26/2006 2:44:43 PM PDT · by pulaskibush · 49 replies · 7,816+ views
    Fifty ways to kill Zacharias Moussaui It looks like Zacharias Moussaui may have to be sent to meet the 72 virgins in hell. With that in mine, here are some the ways the Government can administer Justice to Zacharias Moussaui. 1. Place Zacharias Moussaui in a chair. Using an industrial strength crane, hoist 150 ft. above Zacharias Moussaui a 900 lbs. pot-belly pig. Drop the 900 lbs. pig onto Zacharias Moussaui. 2. Force Zacharias Moussaui to watch GIGLI, BASIC INSTINCT 2, ALEXANDER, CATWOMAN, SUPERBABIES: BABY GENIUSES 2, WHITE CHICKS, JERSEY GIRL, and other Razzie Award winning movies. This will force...
  • Study: Tofu, Oatmeal Lower Cholesterol

    03/14/2006 9:33:14 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 6 replies · 347+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 3/14/06 | Beth Duff Brown - ap
    TORONTO - Maybe your doctor should write up a grocery list to help lower your cholesterol, suggests a small study that showed a rigid diet seemed as effective as cholesterol-lowering pills. Of course, sticking to that diet may not be easy. "People interested in lowering their cholesterol should probably acquire a taste for tofu and oatmeal," said study co-author David Jenkins of the University of Toronto. The study, published this month in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, was funded in part by almond promoters and a major food company. Jenkins, Canadian research chair in metabolism and nutrition at Toronto,...
  • Heart group(American Heart Association) finds few health benefits from soy

    01/23/2006 1:12:59 PM PST · by PeaceBeWithYou · 42 replies · 1,102+ views
    CBC News ^ | Mon, 23 Jan 2006 | Staff
    Eating veggie burgers and tofu to lower "bad" cholesterol may not help, a new review of soy's health benefits suggests. The American Heart Association reviewed 22 randomized trials comparing soy protein and the soy component isoflavone to milk or other proteins. The majority of the trials concluded soy led to an average decrease in LDL or "bad" cholesterol levels of just three per cent. "This reduction is very small relative to the large amount of soy protein tested in these studies, averaging 50 grams, about half the usual total daily protein intake," the committee wrote in the Jan. 17 online...
  • Tofu, anyone?

    08/02/2005 12:57:54 PM PDT · by Graybeard58 · 76 replies · 1,820+ views
    Waterbury Republican-American ^ | August 1, 2005 | Editorial
    The food police really have it in for the fast-food industry. If they had their way, they'd have it taxed, litigated, regulated or legislated out of existence. While they await the day when mainstream America adopts their loopy agenda, however, the food police will have to be content with being the shrill shills of the vegan and animal-rights movements. But it's not like the food police haven't had an effect on the industry. In response to the incessant carping of the Center for Science in the Public Interest and others, most national fast-food chains introduced menus boasting "healthy" foods. Taco...
  • Student takes tofu to creepy new level

    07/04/2005 7:14:56 AM PDT · by NewHampshireDuo · 37 replies · 787+ views
    Nashua (NH) Telegraph ^ | 4 July, 2005 | AP
    A Dartmouth business student is getting a lot of attention for a macabre new food product. Tuck Business School student Mark Nuckols said he's doing a brisk business for "Hufu," a tofu product that's flavored to taste like human flesh. Nuckols says he got the idea for hufu while eating a soy-turkey sandwich and reading a book about cannibalism.
  • Tuck student markets flesh-flavored tofu on website

    05/13/2005 10:11:46 AM PDT · by softengine · 33 replies · 3,949+ views
    The Dartmouth ^ | May 12, 2005 | Dan Duray
    According to Mark Nuckols Tu'06, humans do not taste anything like chicken. The founder and CEO of Hufu, LLC -- the company that produces hufu, a type of tofu that simulates the texture and flavor of human flesh -- claims that his company's product "tastes like beef but a little softer in texture and a little sweeter in taste." "I have to admit that I myself have never sampled human flesh," Nuckols said. "However, I've done quite a bit of research on the history and anthropology of cannibalism and read enough accounts to have come up with a fairly good...
  • PETA using Reagan image to promote itself

    11/18/2004 6:59:47 AM PST · by Slyfox · 20 replies · 650+ views
    Meat Increases the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease “Extensive evidence points to the rich Western diet as the fundamental cause of Alzheimer’s disease: … Worldwide, the incidence of AD [Alzheimer’s disease] is more common among people who follow meat- and dairy-centered diets, than among those people who eat a more plant-based diet.” —Dr. John McDougall, McDougall Wellness Center Indeed, a flood of research shows that the toxins in meat, including chicken and fish, increase your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, while the antioxidants in vegetables help prevent this deadly disease. Click here to learn more. In the wake of former President...
  • Ami go Home

    08/23/2004 5:50:39 AM PDT · by Calusa · 272 replies · 3,228+ views
    Tech Central Station ^ | 08/20/2004 | Tom Goeller
    However, the consequences of such a significant troop withdrawal have a couple of downsides, too, most of all for the Germans. One mostly overlooked but important side effect is the departure of the US troops themselves. With their visible presence of African-Americans and immigrants from Asia and Latin America, they enriched the German shopping malls and restaurants, representing a multi-ethnic society. If they are gone, German society will lose a bit of color, so to speak. This step will play into the hands of right wing xenophobes whose aim is to purify the German nation. Here, by accident, the goal...
  • Is war a place for a tofu president? (One of Pruden's Best)

    04/12/2004 10:34:22 PM PDT · by litany_of_lies · 7 replies · 139+ views
    Washington Times ^ | April 13, 2004 | Wesley (Take-No-Prisoners) Pruden
    <p>Britain, alas, may one day be part of the European Union, but the good news is that you probably can't make Europeans out of Englishmen.</p> <p>The spaniels nip at Tony Blair's ankles just the way the terriers scratch at George W.'s shins, and the prime minister stands fast, demonstrating anew why we regard our English cousins as "the old reliables."</p>
  • Study heralds molecule in soybeans as baldness beater

    04/06/2004 7:05:45 PM PDT · by neverdem · 40 replies · 562+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | April 6, 2004 | Jennifer Harper
    <p>Gentlemen, forget the steak and french fries. And lay off the cheeseburgers, pizza, eggs, bacon and all the other hallmarks of he-man cuisine.</p> <p>It's soybeans you want, guys: We're talking tofu, edamame, soy butter, miso soup, soy milk, tempeh and that mysterious "textured vegetable protein" lurking in the freezer case at the supermarket.</p>
  • Origin of Liberals and Conservatives

    04/01/2004 5:26:52 AM PST · by libertyhoundusnr · 6 replies · 244+ views
    THE ORIGIN OF LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES The division of the human family into its two distinct branches occurred some 10,000 years ago, a few hundred years after the flood, when human beings coexisted as members of small bands of nomadic hunter/gatherers. In the pivotal event of societal evolution, beer was invented. This epochal innovation was both the foundation of modern civilization and the occasion of the great bifurcation of humanity into its two distinct subgroups: Liberals and Conservatives. Once beer was discovered, it required a reliable source of grain, and that was the beginning of agriculture. Neither the glass bottle...
  • PETA sends tofu and veggie burgers to cannibal

    12/11/2003 4:03:26 PM PST · by yonif · 31 replies · 532+ views
    Ananova ^ | 11th December 2003
    Germany's self-confessed cannibal killer Armin Meiwes has been sent a vegetarian cookbook and a Christmas hamper full of veggie burgers and tofu. Animals rights group Peta (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is behind the stunt and says it would be a major coup if it could convert Meiwes to vegetarianism. Meiwes is on trial for killing, dismembering and eating the flesh of another man. He has admitted killing and eating his victim, but denies it was murder. Peta is hoping the mouth-watering recipes in the book and the hamper of vegetarian foods will persuade him to mend his...
  • Meet PETA and its home (another in the 'Caption This' series)

    06/07/2003 12:00:14 PM PDT · by Diddle E. Squat · 35 replies · 448+ views
    Some obscure corner of cyberspace ^ | 6/6/03 | A non-E-mouse
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  • Caption This! Unshaven women protest Bush

    10/02/2002 11:01:16 AM PDT · by inkling · 241 replies · 6,758+ views
    AP ^ | Oct. 2, 2002 | Ken Lambert
    Wed Oct 2, 1:20 PM ET Women, who gave their names as Rebecca, left, and Jasmine Nightfall, right, protest against a possible war with Iraq, outside the House side of the Capitol, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2002, in Washington. President Bush and House leaders agreed Wednesday on a compromise resolution to authorize the use of force in Iraq. A top Senate Democrat suggested the plan was fast gaining momentum and might win support in the Senate as well.(AP Photo/Ken Lambert)