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Aren't biodynamic wines non-veg by definition, because of the biodynamic preparations?


Actually, for those vegans who wear leather, the biodynamic treatment of using a cow horn as a vessel to ferment manure in, is not an issue. FYI: no cows were dehorned for the sole use of the treatments.

Thanks for chiming in.


Very interesting. Thanks for the link!

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