Monday, July 14, 2008

fruitarian interview

with me is HERE only one click away. there are also interviews with some others, all organized by sweet fruitling mango :) i read them all, and it is very interesting to see how much we all have in common, but also there is obvious diversity in perception and understanding of fruit. i am happy to see there are at least few earthlings on fruit path with strong need to share their experiences with others.

today was warm sunny day so we settled for magic durian picnic on lawn next to our happy garden, but very soon we discovered that our durian is not as sweet and yummy as we wanted to be, so we decided to blend it with raw fresh crimson grapes juice and we end up with very sweet and yummy cream. yum.

durian crimson grapes cream
orange grapefruit tangerine juice 5dl
tomato libanise cucumber avocado chili

today we bought: durians 2, tomatoes 6kg, avocados try, cucumbers 2kg, apples 1kg, mandarins 2kg, bananas 2kg.

me and mango we had sweet fruitful and peaceful day...

life is beautiful

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fruitarian bliss (me)
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KT said...

Hi Kveta, I read the interview, you've had a very interesting life. Australia sounds wonderful. I live in the U.S. but my mother was from Australia. (Ballart Victoria) not sure what the climate is like in that area. ... By the way, I've never tried durian, is it really good? .. Kay

kveta said...

hi key,

what part of u.s.? you come from? do you have some contact with oz?
ballarat in victoria is cold in winter. frost and at times tiny bit of snow....i prefer tropics.
durian is the best fruit in my mango's and many other durian lovers book. yes, magic durian.yum. yum. yum.


KT said...

I live in Tennessee, which is in the southern U.S. It's very hot right now (in the 90's) but we have lots of strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, watermelon, honeydew melon, & grapes in season right now. All my relatives on my mother's side live in different areas of Australia. We get e-mails once in awhile from them. Have a beautiful day. Kay

Anonymous said...

I would like to send you both a $2000 donation. How can I achieve that?


Anonymous said...

Sorry I mean $20.00 I am close to 96 and I did put too many zeros.


kveta said...

hello kay,

it is nice to hear you are in hot place with lot of yummy fruits..

and that you keep in touch with oz family. are you planning on visiting one day?

enjoy your sweet berries and melons.k

kveta said...

hello armand,

thankyou so much for your donation, it is ok you made mistake with 000.. :)every help is big and special one

96 is blessed age, do you love fruit?

have a beautiful day,