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oh ok, thank you anyway! :) yes i live in sweden. its really beautiful here and fresh air and water. but being fruitarian is really hard. there are some people doing it for sure, and i did for over two years. but now i include lots of cooked 811 too for different reasons. i cant really tell if its cheap or expensive cuz that depends on what you compare to, but compared to the tropical places i've been its really expensive. around 480 usd per month seems to be the average. we have lots of organic stuff at the stores, so thats a plus. but the way i see it i rather have my food grown in good soil than labeled organic just for the sake!:) all greens and veggies can you buy locally grown, and apples and some other fruits (and berries for free in the woods!), but the rest is imported. where i live (in the middle of sweden) its really cold all year round except for a few months in the summer. but its better climate in the south. hope thats helping, sweden is awesome but far from optimal for fruitarians, but not impossible! let me know if you have more questions:)
PS - ha, just noticed by the other comments on your page that your also considering spain, good! Oh, btw, you-re from Sweden, what is like to be a fruitarian there? is fruit cheap or too expensive? What are the cheapest items you get there? Does it depend on the season too? And is it mostly imported or locally grown? Im really curious, there's a lot of job offers in my area there! But I've always wondered if it was even doable to live this lifestyle there...
And what about the weather? Does it make it too hard on the winter to eat just fruit??
hi i saw you live in portugal and i have plans on going there or to madeira. i was wondering how the fruit situation is and how easy it is to get organic fruit and greens? is it easy and cheap to live 80/10/10 in portugal? Thanks!:)
hi!Nice to hear that you also are in Portugal:=) Yes, we moved to here in September last year and working a lot with our quinta!Aljezur is close!About 30 km. Our place is located about 6 km south of Monchique (Nave). If you are heading for the south you are very welcome to visit us! Veronica
Oooh, thank you so much for the date nog recipe! I can't wait to get my paws on some fresh dates and whip up a batch! :) I never liked "regular" egg nog anyway, so if this tastes a little different I'm quite happy ;) Thank you, and cheers!
Thank you! Actually, I think that was my 4th time. It's easier for me to learn new tricks fast, because I have years of experience in static trapeze and other types of aerial acrobatics. Dynamic movement is often easier than static movements; it's just that a lot of people have to deal with being scared of being so high up that they can't really focus well (unless they are used to it).
This video is from TSNY, the school in NY. They have an outside rig next to the hudson river and it really adds to the experience to be outside. There are schools in europe too, but I don't know if anyone has an offer where you can try it out just once. I think it's more courses that streches over months. There are some suggestions here, all though it might be a bit outdated: http://www.damnhot.com/trapeze/trapeze_europe.html
I think the prices at TSNY is a bit high too, but I definetly recommend them. Their instructors are really good and their safety is impeccable. Maybe they have gift cards and you can make a wish for christmas :)