Fruity

April 3, 2008 at 2:30 pm 5 comments

When you’re eating raw foods, it’s crucial to keep lots and lots of fresh fruit available so that you always have a quick snack available. This is a peek at our fruit baskets…just waiting to be devoured! We found these oranges while we were on Tybee Island…they were 10 for $1.00!! We bought 30. Yum. We don’t normally eat a lot of oranges, but that was too good to pass up! We’ve been juicing them a lot for green smoothies…it adds a great little kick.

Our banana stash was rather low in this photo…we usually have about 6 bunches on hand at a time (and more in the freezer for smoothies), all in different stages of ripeness. The challenge in the RV is where to put all of the fruit! I would have more if I had somewhere to put them. We’re working on making a fruit hammock to hang from under one of our counters…yay!

Oh, and no…the wheat grass is not real 🙂 It fools everyone who walks into the RV, but it’s just a great replica. Although, I am wanting to start growing herbs in the front window as we drive…it’s so nice and bright up there!

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Entry filed under: Bananas, Fruits and Veggies, Raw.

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  • 1. flipflopmamma  |  April 3, 2008 at 4:40 pm

    When I bought bananas the other day the cashier made a comment about how many we had! He’d never seen someone buy soo many!! haha! I told him that was the second this week I’d come in for bananas!!

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  • 2. caress  |  April 3, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    weird fact… citrus sometimes contributes to dandruff. i say this not to say you should limit citrus, but just so you’ll be aware in case it happens… its actually kind of just a “fun fact” i’ve basically had dandruff all winter long b/c i can’t keep my hands off the citrus stash… something about winter makes me crave the vitamin c, i guess.

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  • 3. Carolyn  |  April 4, 2008 at 12:04 am

    i was gonna say, I was jealous of all that Wheat grass!!!! Phew! Jealousy averted!

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  • 4. Tara  |  April 4, 2008 at 2:24 am

    A fruit hammock! What a fabulous idea. I love it!

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  • 5. zazazu  |  April 14, 2008 at 6:36 pm

    I also love the idea of a fruit hammock! Classic!

    That fruit just looks gorgeous piled up there and, even if it isn’t real, the wheatgrass adds so much to the landscape of it.

    So pretty and appetizing. Mmmmmmmmmmm…

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