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Despite efforts to rehabilitate this poor-organized, poorly-conceptualized, and poorly-authored article, the article remains poorly-developed. Originally contrasting food choices and practices of those identifying as 'frugans' or 'frugivores' or 'fruitarians' ought to have followed Wikipedia standards of nomenclature, organization, and style. Whether the article's content should have been included in any other Wikipedia or Deletionpedia article remains. Including in either wiki a set of terms which don't appear in dictionaries IMO requires a more energetic defense of intellectual quality. Sans quality intellection, the article may not deserve rescue. Further, the photo shows a plate of cooked (vegetable pasta and corn) and raw foods (cucumber slices). The etymology of 'frugan' seems to come from frugality (parsimony), not frugivorous (fruit). Maynard S. Clark 16:11, 8 May 2020 (CEST) the preceding unsigned comment was added by User:HarvardVegan

@HarvardVegan How does this relate to wikipedia:Freeganism?   — Jeff G. please mention or talk to me 02:06, 9 May 2020 (CEST)