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Glad I have joined the Prepare for change circle and [...]

Plymouth, Plymouth
via Prepare For Change
Glad I have joined the Prepare for change circle and hope many more will follow
Nice to have you here Devon. My thoughts too. Hope more join around me.
Sunday 4 September 2016, 17:34:34
Thanks, I'm sure many more will join before the event. I have been following the Cobra updates/ interviews and they are mind blowing.
Sunday 4 September 2016, 17:48:27
Yes they are. We should have our money by the end of this month. Can't wait. I want to open up a healing resort with my son.
Sunday 4 September 2016, 18:09:22
[deleted user]
Don't count on it, FreeSpiritOne, it's not money that makes the new world turn around.
There's no fixed payday
Monday 5 September 2016, 00:23:30
[deleted user]
Hello Devon, welcome to the community, tea and cake will be served
Monday 5 September 2016, 00:25:52
Agree about the money thing, it's more about waking people up before this event happens that's more important . Tea and cake, yum!!
Monday 5 September 2016, 09:20:31
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Yes, isn't that typical British, Devon? If there's no tea and cake, this country will drown in sorrow beneath the waves lol
Monday 5 September 2016, 09:22:38
Ha so true!
Monday 5 September 2016, 09:32:09
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Are you always drinking tea at 5 o´clock? Stupid question but I would really like to know, have never been to the UK.
Monday 5 September 2016, 15:48:14
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Definitely not for me, Martina fairydust, tea and cake is an all around the clock amusement/consumption in Britain.
16.00 pm is teatime, a sacred hour for snacks and tea, or scones with clotted cream and jam. It's fashionable in
Holland now, for girly groups and hen parties, to order High Tea, a luxury teatime with sweet sugary things to eat.
That's an offspring from the original High Tea tradition of old Britain, where cucumber sandwiches
were part of the display and many recipes were home made, including jams.

I haven't figured it out completely yet, how the British people eat. Lunch may look like a large dinner to me, in pubs
and dinner is often bacon sausages, or pies with bacon, vegetables are not much eaten here in general. Nor fruit.
Fish&chips is one of the old traditions of Britain. A large battered fish, don't know if battered means "covered
in a crust of dough". Mostly it's cod or haddock fish, fried in oil and pretty fat. A heap of chips on top and mushy peas.
Salt and vinegar added on request. Bottles with hot sauce, mayonaise, pickles and chutneys, are often on the table too.
That's typical traditional English food. My food is very different, no bottles and jars with extras, it's a mix of
Japanese, English and Dutch diet, no potatoes but brown rice, the main part on my plate, usually on a daily basis,
with at least 3 different vegetables and sprouts. My protein is usually tofu, seitan, chickpeas, eggs and lentils. I do eat
Fish&Chips by the way, occasionally. The Chippy is close by. Yum ;)
Monday 5 September 2016, 16:08:33
Ha , you make us English sound so unhealthy !
Monday 5 September 2016, 17:43:04
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Well, I'm sorry, but it's common knowledge that the British diet, in general,
is one of the worst in the world, maybe next to the American diet?
You're either healthy or unhealthy, it's for you to say which,
the choice is yours.
Monday 5 September 2016, 18:05:40
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Oh, I'm sorry Devon, this wasn't a kind way of promoting my view on food and health.
Fully... foolly.... beside the point you've made. I didn't mean to make it sound that way, merely
described the way it is, for it's what I witness. No offense, I hope your health is great, Devon.
Monday 5 September 2016, 18:19:01
Ha no you didn't offend me, and I do agree about the uk being unhealthy . I do see people getting fatter especially the teenagers . It's all the rubbish they sell in the stores nowadays . I eat a lot of fruit and veg so I think of myself as pretty healthy. I've even started to buy bottled water and fluoride free toothpaste, after hearing what it does to your body.
Monday 5 September 2016, 18:54:40
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haha yes this sounds very healthy, my biggest weakness are chocolate and cookies. Oh boy I need to drop this addiction! - Thank you Pastinakel for the Information about the food in the UK. I was always curious about it:) In Austria we eat Schnitzel, fried pork filet or in my case it is chicken. With parsley potatos (yes again) Not healthy too, Knödel are also not that healthy. Oh well
Monday 5 September 2016, 19:55:43
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Knödel? Oh no..... I'm falling from my chair with laughter, Martina. That's such a funny word.
It's similar to the word, the sound, that singing....jodelaheehee jodeleeheehee jodelodelodelo....
the singing of womengroups in skirts and white blouses, red, green and the men in Lederhosen,.
ha ha.... that's another funny word. But all mirth set aside, that singing was originally a way of
signalling to each other and between villages, when telephones weren't invented yet.
Also, the use of long leather whips was a means of sending signals, a whole language
in itself and heard over long distances, just like that jodelodelo singing in high voices.
But I may be telling you this while you think "Oh my ... Pastinakel is telling me about
the traditions of my country, how funny" : )
Monday 5 September 2016, 21:11:39
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hehe no problem Pastinakel:) I can yodel actually, my dad did it so much when we were hiking or skiing in my childhood, I actually could not listen to it anymore hehe.
But we are not wearing Dirndl and Lederhosen all the time like some poeple might think haha. Actually I don´t have a Dirndl because I am feeling very awkward wearing it. although I had one as a child. Knödel is a food made of dough either potato dough filled with fruits like plumbs or marillas and rolled in roll flour and powered sugar spread on it. Or you can make Knödel out of a dough made with roll crumbs,milk, egg and flour and parsley, you can eat it with meat such as beef and mushrooms sauce. However Austria has marvellous food and even more sweet food like cakes like the Sacher Torte or Linzer Torte and others but just like I said unhealthy hehe.
Tuesday 6 September 2016, 17:49:43
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