Free fruit at uni, eh? How you've got the wheels turning!
If your finances permit it and you can snag a few friends, i'll bet setting up a little stand a central location would be pretty popular. I know at the fruitlucks I've attended and hosted, not everyone eats full-bore LFRV, but even the meatasaurs have a good time. At the very least it's something unique and positive :)
OR, are these BBQ's school sponsored? Maybe you could sway those controlling the purse srings to sponsor your fruity event!
well my sister is moving to sydney later this year, so hopefully i'll be over and i'll check it out! yeah, your so right about eating out. I find it too tricky, so i never bother. Plus, when i have to create and mix at home, i apprciate my food so much more and often it tastes better. I need to seek out some good vegan joints in perth, still discovering it all! I'll definitely try that date recipe of yours because at the moment, it's my only produce i'm not flying through xox
yeah, I'm so glad there is someone just like me in ausland who is on the path of discovering a better and healthier lifestyle. I totally agree with you about the mixed messaging in the media. I have always been told to keep sugar low to prevent the age old mentality of mood swings and such etc etc. Honestly though, i have had remarkable and sustained energy just the last couple of days i have been on the diet. the fibre in the fruit has been keeping me incredibly fuller for longer which is convinient. I have been on almost every diet in the book, my most recent was high protein low carb....what was i thinking! it makes no comparison to bananas! i love my carbs, i love fruit, seemed easy enough and arent you loving that your eating clean as well? you get to eat all this food and its all natural and good for you! what's it like living in bondi? i've lived by the beach in several places in aus but is bondi as good as the hype? xox