|12-19-2008, 08:50 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2008
Another raw food question!
Hey everyone! I'm new to the forum, but have been reading Steve's blog for a while now.
I don't know about you, but it would be difficult for me to go on a raw food diet here in Peru. I started thinking about the amounts of people I know who get involved in activist campaigns here. Let's face it, Peru is a third world country. And I don't know how I'd do in these kind of situations if I were on a raw food diet.
I once stayed for five days in Cajamarca (other people stay for a month or more in other Peruvian regions). After working at a school there, I would have felt really embarassed to refuse the typical cooked food the ladies from Cajamarca gave us for lunch as a way to thank us. And I am sure many ambassadors and people who travel to many countries are almost obliged to try the local cuisine.
To any raw foodists or people who feel that they could answer, what would you do in cases like these? Staying away in isolated places and receiving only a pack of crackers or something like that to eat? Or travelling a lot and being offered cooked food?
|12-29-2008, 01:22 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: I divide my time between Guatemala and L.A.
Good point! It is difficult to be a vegetarian in the third world unless you cook your own food, but to eat raw and travel would be almost impossible. Letīs hear what others think...
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