Last fall I lived in a yurt for two months while I worked on an organic farm near Asheville, North Carolina.
The couple that was hosting me gave me a book about living a fruitarian lifestyle.
I read it front to back and immediately began changing my eating habits.
They were even kind enough to buy me all of the organic fruit that I required for my new diet.
As a result, I wrote a song about fruitarianism called “Fruitarian Rapsody.”
It’s funny, it’s positive, and it’s about fruit! Please give your ears a listen:
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