Asma is a first-year Ph.D. student in the Graduate Group in Ecology studying human behavioral ecology. She lives in central Davis with her husband, Kaiser, and some rabbits, chinchillas, birds, and a sweet little cat with a wild streak.

Interests include (but are not limited to) cooking delicious food, nicely-made stuff, old German technical pens, lifting and throwing heavy things, running, reading anything I can get my hands on, demography, and farmers markets.


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Thanks for editing and updating some of the pages about vegan food. A belated Welcome to the Wiki! I saw your comment about the farmer's market and some bread including honey. I always thought that honey was a bit of a controversial thing in the vegan community; my understanding is that the majority won't touch it and I guess will shoot for agave syrup instead, but there's a sizable number of people who think 'honey' is in the clear. The basis being semantics of the original definition of vegan, animal vs insect product and the method of harvesting being non-harmful to the insects. Is there some sort of food labeling standard when something is marked as 'vegan?' For example, I know 'organic' products carry a certain seal, and I was just curious if products with honey can still legally carry the 'vegan' standard seal (if there is one). Cheers, -ES

2011-04-11 22:19:54   I went to [WWW] and did a search for mapped runs or jogs near Drummond Lane and didn't see any going down it in my quick browse through the results. I also looked on [WWW]OpenStreetMap which is a user editable map. OpenStreetMap showed a portion of the road marked private, but as CovertProfessor noted... that can be claimed and is hard to verify. —JasonAller

2011-04-11 22:24:54   However: [WWW]MapMyRun showed a result on the first try going right down that road. —JasonAller

2011-05-27 03:01:54   what kind of rabbits? Sorry I digressed! They never even gave you testing to see? That is lame at least you have other things working for you like structure etc —StevenDaubert

Testing as in ADHD >__> Daubert

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