A group/support network for HCRVegans in Scotland, a country which is beautiful but does not have the best climate for fruit-growing! (:
Location: Scotland, UK
Latest Activity: May 14
Started by FruitsNveggies Sep 4, 2014.
Hi there Scottish vegans :)I am visiting Edinburgh for for 4 day in the beginning of October and I was wondering where I can buy ripe fruit?I googled some farmers markets but they are all on…Continue
Started by Alexandra. Last reply by Goldie Aug 12, 2014.
Hi felow fruitarians! I've been doing this for only a few weeks and at the moment, I usually buy my fruit at asda. It's okay pricewise, could be better but I'm not complaining.Where do you get yours…Continue
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Good evening from Edinburgh!!
Hello from Perth. :)
hello, i am getting ready to start hclfrv, and will really appreciate advice about living the lifestyle in the uk. i live just outside edinburgh, so any good tips re fruit hunting would be great. thanks ahead, gill :)
So you were at the Woodstock Festival this year! Fantastic! Is one of the goals on my list. Maybe Valencia Fruit festival first next year or so! I'll check out Jelle and his site in the meantime. Take care, Gwendolyn
Hello Ronnie, though I do not live in Glasgow, I'd like to back you up! I live in the Netherlands, but we'll be moving to Scotland in some years from now. I am on a Raw journey for some years, and very happy with it. Let me know if you can find and meet some fellow travelers :-) Be happy, Gwendolyn
Dear Helena, cannot really explain why, it's just a matter of losing our hearts over there! But first we have to sell our house in the Netherlands. Unfortunately it is not a very easy time to do this. I'll keep you informed, sure!!! IN the meantime I'll be eating my bananas :-)
Hi Gwendolyn, hope all's well in the Netherlands. I wondered why you wanted to move to the Northwest coast of Scotland? The weather can be very harsh there (although I love it). If you are committed fruit munchers you may find it a little harder to get your daily fruit allowance here. However, it is possible. I am little closer to the metropolitan centres and so can get decent fruit, but I do depend on our local/Scottish fruits through the summer. I also eat a lot more non-sweet fruits and veggies than my fruity mates in America! I find that when I am camping in the northwest, I eat a LOT more fruit - I need the heat :) Let us know when you make the move!
oh great, thanks. sounds good.
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