Friday, December 19, 2008

we broke the liquefied raw fresh fruit feast

on the tenth day. first me and mango enjoyed a very sweet watermelon drink and when we arrived home from fruit shopping we shared a creamy and yummy durian. enjoyed ok apricots, and amazingly tasty drink from pealed white peaches and orange, definitely another one to remember. i love drinking or eating very sweet white peaches and nectarines. i love the summer fruit season. we also ate pealed lebanese cucumbers and tomatoes. mango had his with avo. he had one avo while shopping and a few much later, i had durian.

yes, i am avocado free for about a month now and free from cravings. i am getting more giggly as time goes, yes, that is what i was missing at avocado free.

since purely for ethical reasons i decided to live on raw fresh fruit i never look back. the fruitarian lifestyle fully satisfies me. i love who i am, the way i feel and i love to be. i am happy that i found the fruitarian lifestyle within me and not in some confusing diet books. raw fresh fruit is me, my nature, my spirit.

i love to choose all my fruit and i let only people i know including myself prepare it for me. i do not eat/drink fruit in any public place like juice bars, restaurants and so on. when i am food socialising i take my own fruit and eat it or i do not eat at all. or i eat from fruit trees. mango is the only person i let choose fruit for me. of course at times i have to make exceptions, like on long flights to europe, but i usually eat very little from an already very little meal, as most fruit provided is not ready yet.. so i always take my fruit on board with me and enjoy! or in some rare instances i have to ask someone to get some fruit for me.

today we bought 3 trays of mangoes, 3 durians, white peaches 8kg, lychees 1kg, apricots 2kg, 5 bananas, a box of valencia oranges, lebanese cucumber 3kg, tomato 2kg and avo 3kg

i love fruit and i am blessed to have sweet fruitarian mango to share it with.

life is

sweet mangosteen thailand 06

one of my favorite fruits - mangosteen thailand 06
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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

today is the 9th day of our raw fresh fruit drinking feast

and it is a great and special experience as always.

this time i noticed that while we are doing mixed fruit drinks instead of mono, we both need less fruit to drink. it even makes sense to me, because with more variety there is more nutrition. more nutrition means more food.

me and mango we were drinking mainly mango and orange, mango orange and banana, mango orange and grapefruit, mango orange grapefruit and banana, and almost every night tomato lebanese cucumber and hot chili. all delicious.yum. yum. yum. yesterday we had for our 4pm breakfast magic durian, it was frozen and we did not want to wait until the next day, so mango took all the edible segments out from the spiky shell and after he removed the seeds, he blended it into the perfect and most tasty ice-cream, oh, heavens that was the best eating experience for me, as always when i am eating durian de luxe, the heavenly fruit, always new and exiting, the king of fruit. perfect baby food. perfect food for all...yum,yum,yum, i love durian.

later on we had a sweet watermelon drink and much much later juice from one orange(mango) and two oranges(me)

time flies, and lately even faster than ever, 3hours seems like 10 minutes, and i am often amazed when i look at the clock and see the "real" time. i was even suspicious that our clock is too fast, but the computer said no...i was happy, i love to be lost in time, clueless what time or day it is, when one day feels like a thousand years and a thousand years as a day...

i also like when magic happens. it occurs often. this sunday, toward the end of the markets, i was thinking  oh, surprisingly it looks like the soft toys do not sell well, so i may give it a few more weeks chance and if nothing changes, we may sell them almost for free...i did not worry about anything, i was in peace with what ever...but soon after someone came and bought a lot of toys to send for some children in thailand. and soon after we were given some new stuff from a lady who had finished selling at the markets, she said she knew us from seeing us at the place where me and mango are getting most of our heavenly fruits.

and one of our regular customers said she would donate us some stuff she does not want any more...

so magic is arriving to us from all directions and me and mango we also decided to do the markets every no raining sunday till we leave sydney, and we booked a different permanent site on which we both made the same choice.

yeah, we had a very good and sunny time at our local  sunday markets. i even waake up naturally on time.

life is beautiful

mango is having fruitarian fun under the sun

Thursday, December 11, 2008

this month, we began with our raw fresh fruit drinking feast

 lucky pineapple picture by Fruitarian mea bit later than usual, because on the 4th we went on a community bus trip to see some countryside, visiting some waterfalls, but this is a story for another time. me and mango agree that once freshly made juice is made it should be drank straight away, so we never bottle our juices for later, and it would be awkward to make juice on the bus so some sweet yummy fruits were organised for us.

so yesterday was our second raw fresh fruit drinking day, and we shared and enjoyed watermelon 4 times, mango orange grapefruit once, mango orange once, cucumber tomato chili once. all half a litre and all very yummy.

and on the previous days we were mainly drinking mango orange or mango orange grapefruit mix, eating lots of very sweet and juicy mangoes, pineapple, cherries, lychees, apricots, pealed tomatoes and libanise cucumbers, and some hot or not so hot chilies. mango avos, i am still avo free for about 2 weeks now, and i LOVE it. and of course the magic durian. mango had few weeks durian break and i had about 2-3 a week, then we shared few together. we slow down on durians only for economical reasons. durian is expensive and we are saving

for a trip around magic land of oz (australia), mango suggested it and i agreed with him, as this is one of my dreams for a long time, so let's see what happens. mango said that once we have our land he would like to be there with our baby fruit trees, and not traveling for a long time. and traveling around oz could take us almost a year, as oz is a big country with so much to also love to see tropical western australia, before we decide to settle, we may like it and end up living there instead of far north queensland...

summer is hot and today is raining, the garden is happy and growing well, so are we.

life is sweet 

fruitarian me with yummy fruit

Friday, December 5, 2008

sunday market recycling

is a great way to save some human and land resources and make some pocket money. me and mango we skipped the previous sunday as it was cold and rainy, but the sunday after was a very hot and sunny day, the sun was so strong, that my forehead got sunburned. yeah, it happens to me sometimes that i get sunburned especially when i do not move enough while in the sun, but i never make a big deal from it because i have and apply my magic fresh aloe vera plants with it's healing and pain killing powers when it is needed.

it is not only recycling i like about the sunday markets. it is also interaction with others, i find it very interesting, educational and entertaining. mango seems to have a good time as well, and we make a great team.

this sunday we were more hungry than usual and we shared twice some very sweet fresh and yummy nectarines and later on raw fresh orange juice made on the spot by mango. after markets we enjoyed mango orange drinks and then tomato with lebanese cucumber pealed and chopped for me and the same with avo for mango. yes, i am still off the yummy avocados, because my body mind and spirit say no to them. yes, taste buds say yes, but i say no.

summer time is here and we love it.

fruitarian mango at the markets

yummy mango at kingsford markets

fruitarian kveta at the markets

and me...come and see us :)