All about fruitarianism with a long-term fruitarian, Lena

I am very thankful if you have decided to answer the fruitarian interview questions. Please follow these easy steps.

7 Easy Steps to Submit Your Answers to Fruitarian Questions: 

  1. Register or login on fruitarians.net - Membership (or login).
  2. Open the online editor by clicking this link.
  3. Click on the editor toolbar button "Fruitarian Questionnaire" under the text area:
    • It will populate your article with the questions.
    • Your name will appear in the title field (you provide it by registration) and will serve as part of the address.
  4. Type your answers in in empty lines.
    • Please, answer the questions in any way you like, but assuming that young teenagers might read it.
    • If you want to skip a question, just type a short explanation instead.
  5. Copy your text and save it in your personal local text file, just in case.
  6. Include your photographic portrait with an image button.
  7. Save your article, and make sure you see a green confirmation area on the top of the reloaded page.
    Your article will be published after a review.

Your interview will be published here in a dedicated article.


Without Registration by Email

If you do not want or can create an account on fruitarians.net and use its server-based editor with the questionnaire template, please choose the email option.

  1. Let me know you want to give an interview - contact me with your email.
  2. Answer the questions in the response to my email to you.
  3. Sign your email with your real first name (required) and your last name (optional).
  4. Attach your photographic portrait.
  5. Send.

Formatting, in case you need it:

  1. Sections - HTML tag "Heading 1" (h1) - <h1>Section</h1>
  2. Questions - HTML tag "Heading 2" (h2) - <h2>Question</h2>
  3. Answers - HTML tag "Paragraph" (p) - <p>Answer</p>

Thank you!

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Archaea and bacteria (eubacteria) are single-celled organisms that do not have a nucleus or organelles. Archaea have a distinct evolutionary history and biochemistry compared with bacteria.

Archaea - a domain of single-celled microorganisms. These microbes are prokaryotes. Archaea can survive in extreme and harsh environments like hot springs, salt lakes, marshlands, oceans, gut of ruminants and humans.

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