Let's have some nice time sharing only fresh fruit - please bring your favorites, ready to eat.
- RSVP on a social network (see links below).
- Text me (Lena) your name, with a short introduction if first time:
- 3to3-686-1771 *
(I'll text you the exact address by the day of the event).
- 3to3-686-1771 *
- Bring fruit - your favorite or seasonal.
Confirm that you want to come on one of the social networks:
- Dress nicely.
- Bring fresh, clean, and ready to serve fruit - on a dish made out of glass, porcelain, or stainless steel, if possible.
How We Do It:
- We gather in a private residence in Oceanside, CA on first Sundays at 3 pm.
- We will enjoy conversations and fruits.
- We will arrange all the fruits in one place and everybody will take what they like.
- We will use porcelain plates and silverware - no need to bring plastic one-time use items.
- We can sit in a circle at a large table in a room, and if more people want to come, we can also sit by a coffee table the the the bar stand. Once we gathered outside by the garden on picknic blankets.
Answers to Already Asked Questions:
- What if I don't want fresh fruit at this time?
Bring fruits that others would likely enjoy.
- ...or cannot get any?
Bring seeds or fruit drinks, like nuts and juice, or even coffee.
- What kind of fruits?
Any kind, sweat or not, but tasty, ripe, and undamaged.
- How much fruit should I bring?
Enough to satiate 1-2 people. For example, 2 pounds of grapes, or 6 large apples, or a melon.
- Why only fruit?
- Fruits are one of the most environmentally friendly , ethical, healthy, and universal foods.
- Fruits are easy, no cooking, no special ingredients that someone might not like.
- In my opinion, people should eat more fresh fruits and vegetables (including non-sweet fruits like tomatoes and cucumbers) to live longer and healthier.
- A fresh fruit meal might become an example to form a nice habit: once a month, a week, or even dayly fruit only lunch or dinner.
- Nobody else in my area organizes fruitarian events, and I want to do something about it. Even vegan, vegetarian or plant-based gatherings are hard to find.
- It is worth my effort to organize a fruitluck privately because restaurants rarely offer fruit dishes, and for some people (raw) vegan cuisine might be prohibitively expensive.
- I want to try to give good people a friendly environment to respectfully challenge each other's ideas - without advertisement, money pressure, distructions, but with a pleasant view on a tiny orchard.
I intend to host these fruit meetings every first Sunday - keep in touch!
* "to" = digit "two" (in English)