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  1. Hande
    Hande at | | Reply

    nice round up. But you forgot to write that Steiner never intended his bio-dynamic principles to wine making, he actually thought wine to be poison for the body.

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    The Letter of the Law | Uva Buena at |

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  14. Aaron Epstein
    Aaron Epstein at | | Reply

    You don’t know how much I still love this piece. I refer back to it any time I’m writing anything about biodynamics. Thanks again!

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