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  1. Shitty Coffee but sooooo Good

    A luwak is an animal called a palm civet, native to Java and Sumatra where I'm living at the moment. The cat-like creature partly resembles a monkey and has a brown coat and a white belly. It climbs into the branches of the coffee trees and selects ripened beans. After the undigested beans pass through the animal they possess a unique flavour when brewed. The intestinal juices of the Luwak partly ferment and marinate the beans. When a Javanese person tells you their coffee tastes like ass, they are not kidding. I know there are other coffees around the world that reach high prices due to their uniqueness and quality like Kenyan or Kona coffee from Hawaii. Kopi Luwak is actually rarer than any of these others because of the small amounts that can be produced. Zultani Ade, who is the head of marketing for the Indonesian Coffee Exporters Association says that only 1,000kgs a year are produced. If you would like to get hold of a bag of the pure stuff read on.... its said to have a deep, nutty taste with a great aroma. There is a company in Holland named Gadget House that sells 57 gram packets of pure Kopi Luwak for around 40 Euros mmm a little rich over there. Not everyone believes the story of Kopi Luwak though and many foreign companies call the Indonesian Coffee Exporters Association to ask if there is actually such a coffee and is there a supply of it. Most of the pure Kopi Luwak is sold overseas and is not readily available in Indonesia, of course maybe my wife's relatives have a connection here so we get it straight from the coffee farms, if you love your coffee or want to try some contact...... ECOlurve.com. The Indonesian Tourist Board suggests that ‘the secret of this delicious blend of coffee is usually explained only after the guest has drained his mug. ’ Yes, I am sure there is a little clue as to where it came from. Maybe I can start swallowing coffee beans and try selling the results for 40 Euros a packet. :lol:
  2. How much Rubbish do you throw out ?

    This is a big problem especially in developed countries. The amount of RUBBISH thrown out every day, do you try to reduce the amount you throw out ? I know some simple ways to reduce rubbish .........buy the amount of food you need. Try not to do so many take away meals. Think about what you are buying does it need so much packaging or buy it in Bulk form. Reduce Plastic bags at supermarkets by taking your own ECO bag or refusing plastic bags given out if they are not Biodegradable. Ok how do you reduce your RUBBISH???? OR SUGGEST IDEAS please :o
  3. PALM SUGAR THE HEALTHY SECRET.

    Why palm sugar is a better alternative to processed sugar. Palm sugar is a nutrient-rich, low-glycemic crystalline sweetener that looks, tastes, dissolves and melts almost exactly like sugar, but it's completely natural and unrefined. It's acquired from palm flowers growing high up and out of reach by most people, then they are opened to collect their liquid flower nectar. This nectar is then air-dried to form a crystalline sugar that's naturally brown in color and naturally rich in a number of key minerals, vitamins and phytonutrients, including potassium, zinc, iron, and vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B6. Like refined and bleached sugar it is far superior. So the nutrients are still there in a raw sugar crystal form or made into a golden liquid like honey called palm syrup a rare commodity made by a small company ecolurve that hold the secrets to this recipe. Flavors included in their range are cinnamon and pandan a 100% natural healthy product.
  4. ECO DISTRIBUTORS WANTED

    :) ECOLurve is looking for motivated people who care about the Environment. Eco distributors may apply @ Info@ecolurve.com All products are 100% natural and ECO FRIENDLY.........A GREAT way to earn an extra $$$$$ income and help the ENVIRONMENT at the same time. We have distributors in Australia,UK, New Zealand,Indonesia, and due to the success WE are looking FOR MORE HELP. Especially in the United states.......... Looking to hear from you to join our successful team. Regards Yen and Peter ECOLurve.com
  5. If you are ECO CONSCIOUS. If you want to earn more money. If you want to have a product that is high quality. If you want a product that has no competition. If you are a Mother or knows people with Babies. This can save you and make you $$$$$ at the same time ECOLurves line BumzWELurve is looking for motivated distributors in all countries to supply Mothers with a Nappy Range that is growing at a fast pace. Natural materials, very cost effective and designs that can be personalized with baby photos,names,animals etc. This product is selling fast already in the UK,Australia,America,Indonesia but if you want to not miss this opportunity without having any competition contact Info@ECOLurve.com
  6. Did you know? New parents are inundated with decisions about how to feed, clothe and care for their newborn. One big decision is whether to use cloth or disposable diapers. Originally, cloth diapers were simply rectangular cloths that were secured to a baby with safety pins. Today, cloth diapers are contoured to fit a baby's body, and there are various kinds of fasteners. Disposable diapers, meanwhile, offer convenience. Benefit of Cloth: Cost Cloth diapers are much less costly than disposable diapers. Mothering.com reports the average family saves $2,000 per child by using cloth diapers, instead of disposable ones, over the course of the baby's time in diapers. Disposable diapers cost, on average, 25 cents each, and the average child wears 8,000 before he is fully potty-trained. Cloth diapers can be re-used for younger siblings. Many parents sell used cloth diapers at yard sales, in consignment stores or through online auctions. Higher-quality cloth diapers often resell for as much as half of the original purchase price. Benefit of Cloth: Environment Cloth diapers are much more eco-friendly than disposable diapers. On average, 10,000 tons of diapers are deposited into landfills every day. Cloth diapers produce no waste that goes into landfills. In addition, you will help reduce your carbon footprint by avoiding the harm of manufacturing disposable diapers. It is estimated that disposable diaper manufacturers use 1 million metric tons of wood pulp and 75,000 metric tons of plastic each year. Benefit of Cloth: Comfort In general, cloth diapers do not irritate a baby's skin as badly as disposable diapers do. Cloth-diapered babies are not exposed to sodium polyacralate, which is what makes liquid turn gelatinous. When a baby urinates, there are shiny crystals of sodium polyacralate that may stick to his skin and cause reactions. Some babies are allergic to the chemical, while others only experience mild reactions, such as diaper rash. Cloth diapers are also available in a variety of fabrics. ECO♥ ECOLurve.com is looking for ECO friendly distributors worldwide If Interested contact........... info@Ecolurve.com<p class="rounded clearfix" id="attach_wrap"> Attached thumbnail(s) Back to top Quote MultiQuote Edit Blog This Report
  7. Endangered Species Chocolate

    Just finished making another batch of chocolate so good If your not a slacker ( lazy Mother ) you can buy you own ingredients to make a healthy chocolate yourself. 1 It saves you $$$$$$$ 2 Its better for you ( natural ingredients ) Raw Dark non alkalized Cocoa. 3 The only Problem you will have is everybody loves it so you gotta hide some 4 Also you can help with ( Fair Trade) villages and Families earn a living. :rolleyes:By buying 100% natural ingredients in bulk from a direct source like ECOLurve. A quick Recipe 1 cup of Cocoa powder 1 cup of Cocoa Butter 1/2 cup of Coconut oil handful of Mixed nuts,Goji,dates,dessicated Coconut,Sunflower seeds,Raisins and Palm Syrup to sweeten or honey. Melt Cocoa Butter in double boiler with Coconut oil if hard add all other stuff in your own quantities...... Mix taste when sweet enough place in a oiled class container then straight into the fridge till set. Then when it is set take it out of the fridge and Run or hide to Sample it :rolleyes:
  8. Howdy :)

    :) Hi welcome sounds like you have moved to a great place,I'm sure you will enjoy this site and getting to know how the people here in this Blog are concerned and helping our Environment. :D
  9. We run Ecolurve a online business so its continuous effort every day helping to preserve the environment helping families and villages in 3rd world countries is satisfying but sometimes a long hard struggle to convert over. But the rewards are great when you can help the local environment one of the most successful ways we have SUCCEEDED in is converting mothers to use cloth nappies instead of disposable, and not pollute OUR MOTHER EARTH. also we have been converting people here to Eco friendly washing using natural biodegradable soapnuts :)
  10. ARE YOU LIVING CHEMICAL FREE ??

    Ok agree good advice Just in to much of a hurry to convert people over and the Sales-y part was a quote from an article In Wisconsin I guess a high % of people are ECO conscious here in Indonesia they don't know the word, CHEMICAL FREE, is a joke as long as the product is cheap they buy it, looks good they buy. Just like BODY SHOP CHEMICALLY LOADED PRODUCTS So as they say here Pelan Pelan slowly slowly :)
  11. Chemical-free living? Chemical-free living is the embracing of a lifestyle that omits chemicals from as many aspects of life as possible . You can use household stuff like vinegar, bicarbonate of soda and essential oils! Try to slowly get rid of the toxic crap Soaps, shampoos and conditioners and body/lotions and potions made from chemicals are discarded in favor of plant-produced products.Take a look at ECOlurve.com they have some cool 100 % natural goodies. You get the idea......... anything that you had in your house that was previously doused in chemicals is replaced with a chemical-free alternative. Pretty straightforward really, this chemical-free living biz. If you are concerned about the ENVIRONMENT and your HEALTH START OFF SLOWLY MAYBE A SHAMPOO OR SOAP + YOU WILL SAVE SOME $$$$$ So many mothers are also unaware of the chemicals they put on their Babies with soaps,lotions,shampoos,nappies,powders Do the change for the Environment and your Babies health.
  12. Eco start for your Babies.........

    :) Ecolurve is offering FREE Gifts for Mothers Mothers with babies having Babies and friends with Babies Check out the online site @ ECOLurve.com Gifts available through info@ecolurve.com
  13. Did you know? New parents are inundated with decisions about how to feed, clothe and care for their newborn. One big decision is whether to use cloth or disposable diapers. Originally, cloth diapers were simply rectangular cloths that were secured to a baby with safety pins. Today, cloth diapers are contoured to fit a baby's body, and there are various kinds of fasteners. Disposable diapers, meanwhile, offer convenience. Benefit of Cloth: Cost Cloth diapers are much less costly than disposable diapers. Mothering.com reports the average family saves $2,000 per child by using cloth diapers, instead of disposable ones, over the course of the baby's time in diapers. Disposable diapers cost, on average, 25 cents each, and the average child wears 8,000 before he is fully potty-trained. Cloth diapers can be re-used for younger siblings. Many parents sell used cloth diapers at yard sales, in consignment stores or through online auctions. Higher-quality cloth diapers often resell for as much as half of the original purchase price. Benefit of Cloth: Environment Cloth diapers are much more Eco-friendly than disposable diapers. On average, 10,000 tons of diapers are deposited into landfills every day. Cloth diapers produce no waste that goes into landfills. In addition, you will help reduce your carbon footprint by avoiding the harm of manufacturing disposable diapers. It is estimated that disposable diaper manufacturers use 1 million metric tons of wood pulp and 75,000 metric tons of plastic each year. Benefit of Cloth: Comfort In general, cloth diapers do not irritate a baby's skin as badly as disposable diapers do. Cloth-diapered babies are not exposed to sodium polyacralate, which is what makes liquid turn gelatinous. When a baby urinates, there are shiny crystals of sodium polyacralate that may stick to his skin and cause reactions. Some babies are allergic to the chemical, while others only experience mild reactions, such as diaper rash. Cloth diapers are also available in a variety of fabrics. ECO♥ ECOLurve.com is looking for ECO friendly distributors worldwide If Interested contact........... info@Ecolurve.com :)
  14. Born to be Green

    Its a GREEN BLOG..... So does everybody do a little to help in a green way ? Pollution is a main concern with me so the way I help is when doing the shopping take some bags so you don't have to go home with all the plastic bags they give you at the supermarket,unless they are biodegradable. There is so much wastage in commercial packing so its easier to buy more fruit and vegetables without packaging, healthier and less waste. Products in the home a huge contributor to water pollution.......... Chemicals used everyday by just about everybody so how can you reduce them and save money at the same time ? and help the environment, i have been getting my stuff at ecolurve dot com....... for some time now I first started with changing my washing habits, with chemically loaded washing detergents, did the switch to soapnuts or soap berries a natural biodegradable fruit that you can do your washing of clothes and around the house with. Apart from them easy to use just put a handful in a cotton bag all supplied by ecolurve into your washing machine and they do all the work, after used several times you can throw them into compost or garden. The list goes on but daily products such as soaps,shampoos, body lotions,powders,lip balms etc should and can be all natural and cause no damage to our GREEN WORLD. Please help us keep our earth a little greener.
  15. Healthy and environmentally friendly diets

    Breakfast boost..........Just have to mention my healthy and Eco friendly breakfast.......... 1 Avocado, handful of Goji berries,3 or 4 Dates 3 to 4 Cocoa Raw Beans,Aloe Vera ( fresh if possible 4 tbs approx ) water and Palm Syrup or Honey to sweeten Blend and enjoy. It.
  16. Your form of entertainment

    Surfing,diving treaking especially along beaches or islands anything outside ( G&S ) or @ home gym and swim.
  17. Green roofs

    I think also the GREEN ROOF grass idea is a waste of water unless the area is to grow vegetables or some type of food. Getting back to the Earth-bag method using waste leftovers or materials to build with such as sand,clay,rice hulls excellent for insulation straw ect. A non skilled person or family can build his house for a very low cost with or without a garden. Which means saving water and building with no chemicals or leaving a carbon footprint. The best thing is in 3rd world countries if they have the land or a small space even as small as 4 to 5 square meters they can build a domed house without a ROOF FOR FREE If they have access to materials and labor. Better have a solar roof in the city for their power supply for the building and go walk in the GREEN park. :)
  18. What are your favorite foods?

    Love just about all healthy food,especially all fruit as you may have guessed by my username Im a supplier of Natural Healthy Products :wub:
  19. What's your occupation?

    Have to be careful of online and offline so many scams My work now involves checking service quality in companies large and small from Louis Vuitton and Adidas to a small hotels. Before that I was involved in adrenalin attractions bungy, slingshot, skycoaster in most countries. Now also assisting my wife with setting up a ECO friendly online business with natural products. If your a little green take a peek @ ECOlurve.com All natural goodies for the whole family, babies up to adults.
  20. Shitty Coffee but sooooo Good

    Well yes you are right Miss Zaraina, Its very expensive everywhere except Sumatra and Places where you can get it straight from the source. But coffee is a popular and good for you to drink not to much tho. Blending juices are more beneficial for your health, this mornings breakfast was a blender mix of mangoes,goji berries,almonds,cocoa nibs,Aloe Vera and Palm Syrup. :wub:
  21. PALM SUGAR THE HEALTHY SECRET.

    Hi Its a lot healthier I have it every day love it in just about everything that needs sweetness. The PALM Liquid is the best its like Maple syrup also from a tree, around 60 different products come from the Arenga Palm so its a winner all around especially supporting village communities with work. You must have it there where you live somewhere if not you should sell it there it will become so popular. You can get it 100% natural at the wholesale distributor ECOlurve.com. Let me know how you go,good luck :rolleyes:
  22. Born to be Green

    Great good to see we have something in common.........I also reuse shopping bags and they are biodegradable ones. What really pisses me off here excuse da French I'm in Indonesia and they are so far behind in being ECO its a joke, anyway when you get take away on the rare occasion there is so much plastic OMG THEY GIVE YOU A PLASTIC BAG FOR THE BAG THAT ALREADY HAS A BAG AND GUESS WHAT THERE'S A PLASTIC CUP AND A PLASTIC STRAW AS WELL. Anyway as they say here PELAN PELAN SLOWLY SLOWLY, It is so frustrating sometimes you just have to have a laugh.
  23. Do you smoke?

    Why would anyone keep smoking...........its expensive Just stand out in congested traffic and suck it all back for free :wacko:
  24. Favorite animal

    Dogs have to be one of man's favorite...........ECOLurve's MASCOT :D
  25. Moringa another health secret

    Agree with you have to spread the word about MORINGA, I use to eat the fresh leaves as well before I even knew what I was eating, I liked them in the food highly nutritious, sounds like you have a good range ice cream noodles and tea sound great. Ecolurve has a 100% Moringa powder good for smoothies to make sure your getting all your body needs.