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Currently readingLe Morte d'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory
St. Lucy's Home for Girls Raised by Wolves: Stories by Karen Russell
The Gossamer Years; The Diary of a Noblewoman of Heian, Japan by Michitsuna no Haha

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You commented on the book Vegetarian Myth. I haven't read the book and don't feel inclined to having read some of a number of reviews which remark against it.
With regard to bacteria in the stomach, as I understand it is indeed true that the human stomach does not contain bacteria because it is basically a muscular bag containing hydrochloric acid. Bacteria actually resides further along the GI tract where the environment is less hostile.

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