A Passionate Presentation Into the Delights of Sweet, Succulent Fruit
Arnold of Arnold’s Way performs a beautiful musical and poetry rendition to Harley Blackstone’s videography of fruit.
If there ever was love at first bite, it would have to be with fresh, succulent, sweet ripe fruit. It’s as if Nature devised a perfect food to beguile us with perfect color, taste and texture.
Isn’t it interesting how many seeds of fruit are so easily swallowed whole, so durable as to be ejected with a warm pile of perfect fertilizer?
Fruit demand to be eaten. No, they CRAVE to be eaten. They beg us, beseech us, win us over with fragrance and lushness.
Is fruit healthy? Indeed it is. The fresh juice is packed with nourishment and provides the freshest, purest, most delicious thirst quenching fluid on Earth.
If you are fortunate enough to have a good supply of fresh, sweet, ripe-off-the-tree fruit, then you are fortunate, indeed.
The best? Organic, of course… the soil is specially and naturally cared for, pesticides are practically nil, soil nutrients, additions and fertilizers must meet particularly high standards for safety and naturalness.
Organic fruit is considered more delicious than conventionally, chemically grown fruits.
To save money, one can buy in bulk.
To many, a little organic fruit is equivalent to much more regularly grown fruit.
Eating fresh fruit is not the same as drinking sweet sodas or eating sweet pastries and processed, sugary foods. Fruit contains natural pectin and fibers that help regulate sugar absorption in the gut.