Alright, I'll might stay on this part of the forum then
I will still avoid soy beans since I did read from a quite reliable source (Swedens biggest nature department or whatever to call them) about the ones coming from brazil. The report was a few years old (2009) so things might have changed a bit since, but since I can't see it stating where the soy comes from on the packages I will stick to those marked as good, which (as I said) I haven't found yet. HOWEVER, I just remembered that the tofu I once got got that safe mark, so I won't be without tofu
I did google wild rice and did not find much information about it, just the price tag on the few products around, and it's too expensive for me, about twice the price of quinoa. It does sound and look interesting though
Thank you for taking time to answer again, I will try to not overthink it too much and just do it. I don't feel like it should be too hard, but I think I will have to count my calories the first few days just to see what I get from it, I've been really bad at getting enough calories even on a regular diet.
Adding: I did not think of palm oil when I said that, I thought of a report I came across a few weeks ago.
It's in Swedish, but it's basically a report about soy's use in Sweden as animal food and grocery, but also where it comes from (ex. brazil) and how "it is done". They say that it's a good food, but that we should aim for eating locally produced foods etc etc. (I couldn't share the link, too few posts).
Buying the soy products with the safe mark on them is the best I can do, so that is what I will do if I buy soy
Maybe pointless to mention, but I'm somewhat an environmentalist. I will try to eat local foods, and the foods I buy that are not local, I do look for those marks. Quinoa and hampa and those were easy to find.