Yea I know how that is haha Piercings are addictive! I've scaled back a bit on mine- took out my labret and lip piercing.
Unfortunately no:/ I've been looking for other fruities, but no luck yet. I'm gonna keep trying though! It's a lot easier living with other raw vegans...Florida is great- beaches, sunshine, and plenty of produce:) You should move down here; I know an awesome girl who could use some roommates! :)
Hey! You're welcome:)...Thanks, I got a little carried away with the nose piercings- I have a third on the other side:) Life is great! I recently moved to FL and I am loving the warm weather! How's it going with you?
Fruit is just a part of life. It's our main food, and we like to make it a little more than that because we live in a society where priorities are skewed in a weird way. So it's normal to promote and feel really good about this lifestyle.
That being said, it's only part of how I define myself. Basketball, family, helping people for the sheer sake of helping are other elements to my life. Another would be learning about things of interest. I want to keep expanding my knowledge and ability to relay information to others. I want to educate others about what I love (listed here in addition to food). What about you?
Music is a part of everyday life. I listen to something everyday. It's not a huge deal, but it's something I love nevertheless. I was just updating my library today. I'm still defining what I like as far as music is concerned. Want music that has a nice tune, but says meaningful things too.
They're nice fruits and you'll get to try them some day :) No problem on the link, I've never ordered from them, but only hear great things from people on this lifestyle about them.
Ok, sure, I like reggae, positive songs and beats that excite me. Ziggy Marley, Bob Marley, Damian Marley & Nas made a nice album together, Matisyahu (his first official releases more than his later/more recent music), this band Stic has a great album called Workout, think they're vegan, Shakira is great, French music (have Coeur de Pirate and Stacey Kent) and more! How about your musical tastes?
Yeah. That's how it is up north unless you special order them (which is possible). Sad indeed!
I don't have a mango tree. I have a seed I recently planted, but the mangoes I've been getting are just growing around me. I have mature white & red grapefruit, tangerine (though I think it's dying), and young jackfruit, papaya, avocado, tamarind, mamey, loquat, etc. Avocado is about 6 feet, papaya should have fruit next year and loquats grow quickly. Good luck with your celery :)
Glad to hear that! I love helping others and making a difference as much as possible.
It was quite warm when I was out picking mangoes today, but nothing's unbearable if you ask me. Only an incredibly warm hot spring maybe!
ALL mango varieties have fiber the nutrient. What I was specifically talking about where the strands of mango that get stuck in your teeth. That is know as the "fiber". The nutrient is not what I was talking about. Ever get lots of stuff in your teeth from mangoes? That's the fiber I was referring to. If you hear people talking about mango fibers, that's probably what they're talking about. Every mango should has the nutrient fiber.
The blog is something I'm a little break on. It's the off-season and I'm recharging. Will get to work on some things with it soon. Right now I'm enjoying the summer fruit, sun, gym and friends :) Birthday wasn't bad, thanks for the wishes!
Hey hey! Summer is coming along warm, sweet and juicy :) How's yours? It's certainly not 100 degrees as far as the temperature goes, but it's warm. I don't hate it as we're tropical beings, but it can be a little uncomfortable at times. BTW, I thought of you recently, but you beat me to the punch of comments :)
Thanks for sharing my video! My stash has gotten 100 times more epic since that vid. There's an unlimited amount of free mangoes available in my area currently. Hope that case is extra amazing. Ataulfo is a great variety, but it's not 100% fiberless. Even some mangoes like nam doc mai's and bombay's that are touted as "fiberless" can/may have fibers close to the pit. Ataulfo is a low fiber variety, but is not devoid of fibers.