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Не се веќе веганите и вегетаријанците: Пристигнува нова категорија, пристигнуваат фрутаријанците (ФОТО ГАЛЕРИЈА)

Не се веќе веганите и вегетаријанците: Пристигнува нова категорија, пристигнуваат фрутаријанците (ФОТО ГАЛЕРИЈА)

Откако најголемиот број од луѓето конечно успеаја да сфатат што се вегетаријанци, а што вегани, на ред дојдоа фрутаријанците.

Тина Стоклоса од Полска и нејзиниот вереник, Белгиецот Симон Беун гордо истакнуваат дека се фрутаријанци и дека дневно внесуваат меѓу 2.000 и 4.000 калории, хранејќи само со слатки плодови и кокосова вода(течност која не содржи воопшто масти.

 

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This is happiness in a picture for me! ✨ Not exactly in Jerantut, but on the small off-roads leading into the jungle, we’ve found orang asli – the native people selling these jungle durios by the bucket. Tiny and intense Id describe them as cousins of the purple punk or our Sumatra lowianus. So freaking good they reconfirmed the status of this durio being my favorite (well, maybe a tie with durio dulcis but Id have to eat them at the same time and thats never gonna happen dulcis being only in Borneo and lack of lowianus there!) Insanely aromatic, they are like alcohol-filled pralines. Can you tell the top 2 fluo durians are of a different kind? Just before this pic was taken we dipped and meditated at a river just below, antsy to sit down to this huge monomeal of durio lowianus. Happy, happy times! ?? . . . . #rawfood #rawvegan #durian #801010 #fruitarian #tropicalfruit #cuticutimalaysia #malaysianfood #vegantravel #foodtravel #visitmalaysia #lovetoeat #plantbasedfood #plantbaseddiet #plantpowered #vegandinner #highcarb #superfood #intermittenfasting #edrecovery #fruit #veganmeal #highcarbvegan #exoticfruit #pahang #tamannegara #jerantut

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-Првата недела одлично ја поднесов. Веднаш после неа се чувствував лесно, оптимистично и еуфорично. Како да лебдев 30 сантиметри над земјата, ја опишува Тина својата прва недела на овошје.

 

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Presenting the best bunch of bananas we’ve ever eaten, randomly found on a hunt for morning cocos in Gerik [heading back, Jerantut-Penang stretch] The owner of the fruit stand called them ‘awok lego’ bananas, but for us they fell into the category of what we call apple bananas. Juicy, moist, creamy with tiny seeds inside and a great chewy apple freshness. Think: banana-apple ice cream with arabic gum. The bomb! We bought the whole branch and devoured them over the next days in Penang. Never have we had a better ‘nana. Yes, sometimes they are better than durian! ✨ . . . . #rawfood #rawvegan #durian #801010 #fruitarian #tropicalfruit #cuticutimalaysia #malaysianfood #vegantravel #foodtravel #visitmalaysia #lovetoeat #plantbasedfood #plantbaseddiet #plantpowered #vegandinner #highcarb #superfood #intermittenfasting #edrecovery #fruit #veganmeal #highcarbvegan #exoticfruit #bananas #gerik #banana

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Сепак, таа за Дејли Мејл признава дека првата година не била ниту малку лесна. Затоа што била многу слаба, на крајот одлучила да се пресели на остров во Индонезија и да тргне од почеток.

Симон го запознала преку Инстаграм, а тој се покажал како идеален маж за неа, полн со разбирање и поддршка.

 

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Simon & his happy meal: durio lowianus ? . . . . #rawvegan #fruitarian #801010 #durian

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Нивното дневно мени изгледа вака.

За појадок консумираат четири чаши сок од портокал, смути од седум банани и половина авокадо за ручек, а сок од портокал и авокадо е вечерата. За ужина јадат само свежи урми.

Иако лекарите предупредуваат од опасноста од веганската и фрутаријанската храна, парот вели дека ваквата исхрана допринесува за витка линија, дава енергија и го подобрува сонот.

 

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We drove into Gua Musang late in the afternoon and expected a feast to award ourselves after the 210km stretch. To our dismay, we combed thro the town and found nothing – not a trace of fruit or durian. Just when we were about to give up, we noticed a Malay restaurant serving all sorts of fried fare that also had a stash of coconuts visible from the road. Further in they also had mangosteen, rambutan, cempedak and durian. The durian looked oldish but upon closer inspection it was a mix really – there were some fresh ones in there. We anchored ourselves at one of the restaurant tables and started off with three coconuts. Then onto the durian. At this point we haven’t had durian for days perhaps even weeks which has been a combo of not feeling it and there not being any durian whatsoever. Unexpectedly, the durians we had from this pile of random kampung were in the top 3 of durian experiences in Malaysia. The first durian we cracked blew our socks off and we polished it in express tempo. The second one was bright yellow and uber intense, one of those where ‘you can taste the yellow’. The next one – long and ghostly white was just as good, like white chocolate or rather dehydrated white chocolate. It reminded us of the best durians we ever ate in Bali, ones we called ‘white spray’ – Jonas & Kilian if you are reading this you will remember them. The next creamy beige kampung with the seeds peeking out was no ordinary either – brought us back to the jungles of Indonesia. Going thro that stash was the essence of what I love about kampung -so much variety, so full of surprises. I would have lost count how many we ate if it wasnt for the owner of the restaurant who deserted her frying station in favor of reporting to the other guests of the restaurant how many durians we’ve eaten so far. Seeing us eat such mass quantities of D we had all eyes on us. Must have been good advertising as many peeps took up to the durian pile to buy some after their meal for take away. Even more so, all the durian was gone by the next morning, so we ate 5kg of mangosteen to reconfirm our mass-eaters status. Good timing too, the owner said it was the last week of durian season in Gua Musang.

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Kuala Dungun is a sleepy town with a beautiful beach & plenty of homestays. @celinaeliz asked us whats the diff between a hotel & homestay – well a homestay is just a small family business. It could be just a couple of rooms a family rents out at the back of their property. This could mean a shared bathroom, taking your shoes off when you enter, no hot water, sleeping next to a busy road – just basic lodging, all depending on the family that sets it up. Usually half price in comparison to the cheapest local hotel. Back to Dungun – they have some lovely paths along the beach, underneath the pine trees, where we enjoyed our run in the bright rays of the early morning sun rising above the sea. So good to run in nature! (meanwhile the local kids and their parents engaged in a morning ‘gymnastic’ to a loud beat nearby) The small town also boast a university & golf course, both overlooking the South China Sea. Another upside – plenty of delicious coconuts. Plenty of fruit stands too, we mono-mealed mangosteen as usual, but it was the durian that caught our eye. There was mountains of it, but it was old, in fact very very old for Malaysia. Malaysians dont usually like their durians this old. We enquired where it was from – Kelantan – this meant there was no durian season closer and the durian has travelled far (two days on the bike for us) No durian in Terengganu?! Thats disappointing – we were looking forward to that durian destination. Upon closer inspection & questioning – some of the durian mangosteen was from Thailand! Its not unusual for Thai produce to be sold in Malaysia, esp. mangoes & lychees, because everything is so much cheaper in Thailand. However, we were surprised how far down the east coast the Thai durian made it! Cut durian of course, how else would it travel so far?! . . . . #rawfood #rawvegan #durian #801010 #fruitarian #tropicalfruit #cuticutimalaysia #malaysianfood #vegantravel #foodtravel #visitmalaysia #lovetoeat #plantbasedfood #plantbaseddiet #plantpowered #vegandinner #highcarb #superfood #intermittenfasting #edrecovery #fruit #veganmeal #highcarbvegan #exoticfruit #kualadungun #manggis #mangosteen

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Last post of the media-storm series, I promise. There is no way I can bring you all the sites where our interview echoed – from UK’s tabloids, New York Post, small town Australian newspapers, ladbible to news websites I dont even know the origin of. Simon kept his cool until today when we discovered we are in the top 3 stories in Belgium’s top two newspapers. ‘We are next to the prime minister’ he smiled as we looked at a news website in dutch where sadly I couldn’t understand a word nor had any recognition of the minister’s face in the news box besides us (sorry, have always been unable to follow the ever changing currents of politics) Even Simon’s parents also received a lot of messages from family and friends. Interestingly, in the translation to Dutch, the story got a new life – it was now told from the perspective of a Belgian youth – Simon – who went fruitarian once he found my Instagram and then flew to Bali to meet me, both details not necessarily true but I like that romantic twist on the story. Since most of you dont speak much Dutch like me, I leave you with The Sun’s take on the story, simply because you gotta love the Brits for their journalism jargon: ‘we ARE bananas’, we dont brush our ‘noshers’ and the best one yet – Simon is my ‘toyboy fiancé’ (GOLD! ??) And last but not least – a nutritionist’s take on our diet, which is always fun to read as I kindly disagree with pretty much everything she writes. Link in my bio above, enjoy! . . . . #thesun #fruitarian #801010 #rawvegan #rawfood #vegan #whatveganseat #bestofvegan

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Exciting stuff! We’re doing our first live Q&A on Patreon today! We are going live this Sunday at 7pm California time, you can still join the Hangout Squad see how weird we are in real time and have all your burning questions answered today! ? In other news, this is the original article that appeared in UK’s Daily Mail. Its so freaking long! In the era of tweet-long-attention-span it was crazy cool to see that there is still space to tell stories in the mainstream media with so much personal detail and so heavily illustrated! Big thanks to Rebecca Drew who interviewed us for writing such an earnest account of our story – it was a relief to see that our story wasn’t skewed once it hit the press! With over 21K shares in just 48hrs, this article now has a life of its own – this just blows my mind! Thank you to all the loving souls that have shared it on your social media – we love you for helping us spread the fruity message. If you haven’t read it yet, click link in the bio (if only for the never-published-before cringeworthy ‘before’ photos of my fashion style ?) . . . . . #thedailymail #fruitarian #801010 #rawvegan #rawfood #tropicalfruit #bali #ubud #vegancommunity #bestofvegan #vegansofig #vegan #whatveganseat

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