During the walk, I got to pet someone's big, fluffy old dog and then my neighbor's cat snuck inside as I went in, so I'm pretty happy right now.
60 Hour Fast 150ish 5'6"60 hour fast
Posted 03 September 2021 - 12:20 PM
Having another pinch of salt since that seems to work for me. My fiancé says he'll bring me diet ginger ale later which is great because I'm nauseous and I love that stuff, even when I'm fine. He knows, and he knows I'm fasting, but he only really tells me not to if I'm doing too physically unhealthy a thing like over-exercising.
Posted 03 September 2021 - 01:49 PM
So I'm a massive hippy living in the middle of nowhere and I have a vegetable garden, right?
not my pictures sry
This year, I grew melon. And not just any melon. I grew BANANA MELONS. I got the seeds here. This is their description of the melons:
90 days. Banana-shaped fruit with smooth, yellow skin; and sweet, spicy, salmon-colored flesh. 16-24 inches long, 5-8 lbs. It was listed in 1885 by J. H. Gregory’s Catalogue, which said, “When ripe it reminds one of a large, overgrown banana... It smells like one, having a remarkably powerful and delicious fragrance.” This is one of my all-time favorites, being very sweet and great for specialty markets.
And omg they DO smell slightly like spices and they TASTE better than any other melon I've had in my life. They're as long as my forearm plus my hand which means they take way too long to grow for my area but I still managed to squeeze two melons out of the vines before mildew set in and they're ripened indoors where they'll be a little safer. and
I have never had a melon this good before in my life. Not only was it actually easy to cut through, it was delicious! I don't even like melons normally. I grew it on a whim so I could say I was growing more fruit-style fruit (as opposed to tomatoes which you treat as a vegetable when cooking) in my garden. One melon has produced enough seeds for me to save plus seeds for holiday gifting, and I still have a second melon ripening! I am going to eat so much melon after my fast fkjgsfkjsjkdjk. Next year, I plan on hybridizing my saved seeds with a smaller, quicker melon. Size/shape/color aren't important, just time until harvest and taste (which is also indicative of nutritional content) so I don't mind them not breeding true to type in the unimportant categories. There's another melon I've grown which smells even more strongly but the taste was disappointing (grow it as an air fresher srsly) and I wonder if I crossed it with my tasty melon, would I be able to re-select for tastiness while maintaining the delicious, room-filling fragrance? Because that would be amazing.
omg I want the melon from the fridgeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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