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BigBwii, aside from Watermelons, are there any other fruits that are more convienient to eat without seeds? I can stand grapes, and those are the only 2 I can think of.

 

Without seeds?

 

Bananas, you can eat apples leave seeds in core, most fruits will have seeds in it buddy but you can just look for seedless versions at whatever store is best for you.....

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BigBwii, aside from Watermelons, are there any other fruits that are more convienient to eat without seeds? I can stand grapes, and those are the only 2 I can think of.

 

Without seeds?

 

Bananas, you can eat apples leave seeds in core, most fruits will have seeds in it buddy but you can just look for seedless versions at whatever store is best for you.....

 

I mean what fruits would people actually buy seedless of? I mean, I know banana's don't have them, but I wouldn't buy seedless apples, kiwis or cantaloupe, simply because they don't get in the way. Seeded watermelon can be a pain though.

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i'm a raw vegan, so happy to be here with you all!

great to be part of this group

working easily on converting Robert Cheeke and Dave Foster, my new roomies, to rawness as well!

Yummies

 

Hi Ani, so glad you're on the forum now!

I don't post much, but I am here.

 

This is Courteney, we met when I brought Brendan over, I am the raw foodie.

 

 

 

Anyhow....

 

I am raw vegan, & actually... I went thru a day of detox a couple of weeks

ago, and have been eating 98% fruits since.

I don't know what it is... but they are all that is appealing to my body

right now, and I need to listen to my body.

 

I am thinking I will eventually center out with green smoothies, eating

mostly fruit, and drinking vegetable juices. But we'll see how this evolves..

 

 

For some good info on raw foodism, check out

www.living-foods.com

 

also, here is an article on a "normal" diet:

http://www.newstarget.com/019417.html

 

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