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Posted January 3rd, 2009 - 9:33 pm by from Ambronay, France (Permalink)
Hi!

i a m rawfoodist since few weeks, no need to cook or to washes dishes (no more inlaid plates), need less energy in the kitchen, and health is better ( I have pleasure to eat raw ).

Also you could have best satifaction eating non baked food, because olfactive and gustative sens can develop a lot if you give them natural-non-fired-food!!

But, what is difficult is to find good vegetables & fruits in my town. So i would be pleasured to meet any people involved into developping culture of rare (old ones?) or high quality fruit/vegetables... Or who knows savages species of plants and like to cross nature!

Ciao
G.

Posted February 10th, 2010 - 8:45 pm by from Melbourne, Australia (Permalink)
Hey G, good to see you being pro-active about your produce. This has been a concern of organic farmers/gardeners for a while now. I recommend you head to Google and search for heritage seed, there are seed banks and clubs all over the world now trying to preserve and bring back old world stock. The range of tomatos and apples are amazing.

Lemme