Hey Sun, hows things cookin'? not at all I hope!! hehe...heee....HEHEH HAHAAHHABAAAAAAAA.......he...
Anywas, hope you don't mind a bit of shameless self promotion. I just put up a vid up on youtube if you'd care to check it out - i'm working on a project with the aim to get into professional football (soccer) at the mo and I'm following 811...which is why I'm spamming you! (please like me)
look forward to any comments/support/advice/abuse etc you may have!
As was said at the end of 'Zeitgeist: Addendum': www.thezeitgeistmovement.com
Hm, what point is it missing (that you don't believe has been covered in subsequent productions found at the site linked to above)? (At least not the very important point - which was sadly absent in 'Death Note' - that people are products of their environment.) And, what has your research on 'how to make a better world' come up with?
Researching "what is best for a better world"? Then you might take an interest in the Venus Project and its activist arm, the Zeitgeist Movement (formed by creator of the films at www.zeitgeistmovie.com) (And since I see you talking anime here, I feel like recommending Death Note. Only anime I really like. :)
Hey Sun, thanks for the welcome! Ye I know the feeling, especially when you go the organic route it can get expensive! I've contacted a few organic shops nearby to see if they would do me a deal for a weekly bulk order, but no luck as yet, so pretty much on the standard chemical infested produce.
I've been in this game for about a month or so, basically went from a standard Scottish diet (VERY BAD HIIIIIIIIIIGH FAT) to vegetarian to vegan to raw vegan to fruitarian to 811 all in the space of a few weeks! I've got a good feeling that this is the one though, Doug Graham really knows his stuff and there's something about the guy that just resonated with me from the moment i set eyes on his fruitacious literature.
I'm having a good time with the journey so far, moments of pure euphoria mixed with slight relapses and some remaining murky waters (B12/dental care) however it'll just take a bit of researching to get a complete understanding. I'm still having the odd portion of prawns to take care of B12, however I'm looking for more info and hopefully find an alternative.
Low point was a last week when I puked up about half a kilo of cashew nuts at 4am in the morning... not cool. The first time I have ever thrown up from eating too much food haha. I think it may have been the salt content though, as opposed to the nuts, as I was previously able to eat major quantities without any troubles!
Jeg har vært råkoster siden jeg var 20... Begynte som deg på høyfett "gourmet" rå og fant heldigvis denne livsstilen ca 11 måneder inn i dietten. Takk for kompliment, det er masse rart en kan lage av rå frukt og grønnsaker ;-)
Then you have to join some of ours events.We have raw caffee in our house regulery,if you send me your mail,we can add you and get notise.It is good to meet other people..I came to raw food 2 years ago,but i did not keep it 100 %.
Hehe, ja jeg er fra Tyskland, men bo i Norge.
Måtte le da jeg leste hva du srev om Norge angående frukt. :-D
Men du har rett i det. Jeg bor i Ringebu (60 km nord fra Lillehammer) og får all min frukt fra Coop. VELDIG lite økologisk og VELDIG dyr.
Skal du til fresh food festival i sommer? Jeg har egentlig planlagt å reise ditt men akkurat nå har jeg veldig lite penger (siden frukt er så dyr, hehe).
Hi Sun,you have not met any raw foodist here?or just not LFRV?
i think there is a lot of people.check on facebook Raw vegans in Oslo,if u dont know it.there is a lot of events,caffee,etc.you can come to our house,we have regular caffees here,in Sorkedalen..just more gourmet,but possible to get healtier obtion...and shot of wheatgrass:)