Connecting with fruitarians

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Oakridge, Oregon, United States

Connecting with Fruitarians/rawVegans
Hi, my name is Karin Lacy; I'm a Lightworker of the First Wave, presently living in the small town of Oakridge, Oregon. Over two years ago I came across Dr. Robert Morse, Naturopath in Florida. He has been a fruitarian since age 20. According to Dr, Morse, eating fruit is the way to perfect health. Inspired by his many youtube videos (there are about 550 by now), I started living on fruit right away - and I loved it. I had been playing with the idea of only fruit-eating for several years, but fruit is more expensive, and openly living as a fruitarian makes one even more of an outsider and weirdo. In the winter fruit is usually not ripe, mostly GMO, and overpriced.  So far, I made it through two winters here in Oregon. This last winter I added some corn chips as a snack to my diet, at times when I came home hungry and needed something to eat right away. Also, I quite often steamed veggies, which I got for free. However, I'm looking forward to the Californian cherry season; they are getting ready soon and I will savour them for about two to three months. My ultimate dream would be to live in a community of fruit eaters, in a tropical country where ripe, affordable fruits/berries/melons are always available.  Anyway. I'm just sending out a call to see whether there are any fruitarians to connect with in my area of Eugene, Oregon.
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Connecting with Fruitarians/rawVegans
Hi, my name is Karin Lacy; I'm a Lightworker of the First Wave, presently living in the small town of Oakridge, Oregon. Over two years ago I came across Dr. Robert Morse, Naturopath in Florida. He has been a fruitarian since age 20. According to Dr, Morse, eating fruit is the way to perfect health. Inspired by his many youtube videos (there are about 550 by now), I started living on fruit right away - and I loved it. I had been playing with the idea of only fruit-eating for several years, but fruit is more expensive, and openly living as a fruitarian makes one even more of an outsider and weirdo. In the winter fruit is usually not ripe, mostly GMO, and overpriced.  So far, I made it through two winters here in Oregon. This last winter I added some corn chips as a snack to my diet, at times when I came home hungry and needed something to eat right away. Also, I quite often steamed veggies, which I got for free. However, I'm looking forward to the Californian cherry season; they are getting ready soon and I will savour them for about two to three months. My ultimate dream would be to live in a community of fruit eaters, in a tropical country where ripe, affordable fruits/berries/melons are always available.  Anyway. I'm just sending out a call to see whether there are any fruitarians to connect with in my area of Eugene, Oregon.
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Posted in Friends & Dating 3 weeks ago. Tags: · fruits/berries/melons · nutrition · health and wellbeing · fruitarian · Oakridge · Oregon · Friends & Dating

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