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Brisbane Fruit Bats

For all those in Brissy transistioning or fully high carb vegans!

Location: Brisbane
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Latest Activity: Jul 28

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New group to help connect all Queenslanders and build a really strong community.

Started by JackfruitJames Dec 2, 2013. 0 Replies

Hi Awesome Fruit Lovers,There is a new FB group called Fruity in Queensland.This group is for anyone in Queensland into a high fruit and 80/10/10 Foodstyle and to bring us all together. We may all…Continue

The 2013 Fruit 'n' Frisbee Christmas Day Picnic

Started by Luke Battersby Nov 16, 2013. 0 Replies

Good afternoon friends,On Christmas Day, would you prefer to hang with a family of turkeys (bush) rather than eat one?Do you get bored with your family whilst they experience their lunchtime food…Continue

Tags: Christmas

A Brisbane meet up would be GREAT!

Started by brooke. Last reply by Luke Battersby Nov 11, 2013. 19 Replies

Is anyone interested in a meet up in Brisbane soon?Continue

Local sources/prices of food staples

Started by Brett Ginnivan. Last reply by Jason P Nov 5, 2013. 8 Replies

Hi everyone, thought it would be helpful to share where we all get our fruit in the Brisbane area. I'm sure many of us following the 811/30BAD  way of eating probably have many of the same staple…Continue

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Comment by Holly George on July 20, 2014 at 9:53am

Yes Feebstar90 we have one today 11am at Musgrave Park West End, see you there!  https://www.facebook.com/events/606006016180649/

Comment by feebstar90 on July 19, 2014 at 11:20pm
is anyone still doing meetups??
Comment by Jason P on January 28, 2014 at 12:38pm
Hey Fellow Fruity Queenslander's!

The fruit feasting and awesome activities is happening! 
The purpose of the meet up is to connect, encourage and share our local experiences and favourite fruit sources with others new to the lifestyle and old.

Details are as follows:

Date: Sunday, 2 February 2014

Time: 11.00am

Location: Musgrave Park, West End, Brisbane

Meeting Point: Corner of Cordelia and Russell St, West End
(Easy to get to by Train, Bus, Bike, Walk or Car)
Look for the 'stooge' (me) wearing the Galapogas hat (picture attached)

Activities: Anything and Everything (or nothing, your choice!)
I'll bring a soccer ball. Feel free to bring whatever you like; cricket gear, football, slack-line, frisbee, hoola-hoops, pokemon cards...

Food: Everyone to bring a meal for themselves and a fruit meal to share (fresh fruit straight from nature is fine) 
(Please leave a comment with what fruit you will bring so we don't end up with all of the same thing)

If the weather isn't looking good the day before, I'll make a call by 8am on Sunday to let everyone know if it'll still be on or not.

Please find our group on Facebook - 'Fruity in Queensland', then:
Please hit like, leave comments and share this event with whoever your heart desires to share it with. If sharing with others, ask them to join the 'Fruity in Queensland' group so they can stay up to date with the details.

This is a fruit (and veg) based day. I hope you can all make it to share the love! 

Cheers,
Jason xx
Hey Fellow Fruity Queenslander's! The fruit feasting and awesome activities is happening! The purpose of the meet up is to connect, encourage and share our local experiences and favourite fruit sources with others new to the lifestyle and old. Details are as follows: Date: Sunday, 2 February 2014 Time: 11.00am Location: Musgrave Park, West End, Brisbane Meeting Point: Corner of Cordelia and Russell St, West End (Easy to get to by Train, Bus, Bike, Walk or Car) Look for the 'stooge' (me) wearing the Galapogas hat (picture attached) Activities: Anything and Everything (or nothing, your choice!) I'll bring a soccer ball. Feel free to bring whatever you like; cricket gear, football, slack-line, frisbee, hoola-hoops, pokemon cards... Food: Everyone to bring a meal for themselves and a fruit meal to share (fresh fruit straight from nature is fine) :) (Please leave a comment with what fruit you will bring so we don't end up with all of the same thing) If the weather isn't looking good the day before, I'll make a call by 8am on Sunday to let everyone know if it'll still be on or not. Please hit like, leave comments and share this event with whoever your heart desires to share it with. If sharing with others, ask them to join the 'Fruity in Queensland' group so they can stay up to date with the details. This is a fruit (and veg) based day. I hope you can all make it to share the love! :) Cheers, Jason xx
Comment by Natasha Cuculovski on January 28, 2014 at 9:56am

Hi guys,

We're from Melbourne and need to move to a warmer climate before winter comes again!

We eat only fruit for breakfast and lunch, so it's a huge part of our lifestyle.

Which city is better for fruit - Perth or Brisbane? Yes Brisbane is warmer, but Harley says most of QLD's good fruit is sent down south anyway. 

And we need to move to a large capital city for work, so it can't be Cairns for example. Advice??.... where would you move if you had a choice??  How do you all find living the HCRV life Brisbane? We assume it's more expensive in Perth?

Thanks :)

Comment by Luke Battersby on December 5, 2013 at 10:10pm

Awesome, I'm at the markets, have to say gidday, pm me your number :)

Comment by IRONJOURNEY on December 5, 2013 at 6:35pm

Nice! Aldi is a good find. 77c is a guy at the West End Markets who's hooking me up. Noticed in the comments below that someone is getting Organic for just over $3kg which is good! That will be hard to beat I think, lol. Northey St Market, $43 box of 13kg. 

Comment by Luke Battersby on December 5, 2013 at 5:03pm

I am going to Aldi for 99c/kg...where are you getting 77c?

Comment by IRONJOURNEY on December 5, 2013 at 12:00pm

Hey guys - Keen to hear where you are all getting your banana's from? I'm currently not getting Organic ones, but I'm paying about 77c/kg. $10 for a 13kg box! Insane price, but now that I'm eating so many I really want to take it to the Organics. I've found a low as $4.50 - $5 for 10+ kg at a time. Anyone else have any cheap deals? Or could we all pool together to buy 50 - 100kg a week to reduce the price?

Comment by Jason P on November 18, 2013 at 3:14pm

Thanks Luke.

I trust this event will be a blast :)

Comment by Luke Battersby on November 16, 2013 at 3:45am

Thanks Jason, enjoy some durian for us :)

 

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