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The fundamentals of humanity resides in accepting the basics that stem from our environment

In 2020 I would be living in a house that is one floor 2/3 of which will be underground benefitting from the constant temperature of the earth around me, sitting on the floor on a wool woven rug from my sheep which are grazing outside on local flora (enough sheep to sustain themselves and me, not for commercial use), eating an amazing Salad and Thareed meal made at home. (Salad from home grown vegetables and Thareed is home made from yeast free wh*** grain very thin bread, smothered in cooked yoghurt from sheep milk and lamb meat). In the basic tradition, I shall be eating with my right hand using three fingers and will be drinking cool yoghurt made from sheep milk. Electricity is generated from the Wind and there is no need for air conditioning as my home is constantly at 22 Degrees Centigrade.

There is nothing more humane than living in a sustainable way and eating from sustainable sources which you yourself are responsible for and that are directly integrated to your ecosystem.

In the meal we will get 3 Cups of vegetables (Cuc**bers, tomatos, green onions, lemons and olive oil) , I cup of Cooked yoghurt and 1 Cup of fresh yoghurt (2 Dairy), 100 gms of Bread and 100 gms of meat. That will be an amazing meal.

I love sushi and hamburgers, but they did not come out from my environment and I consider them an ethical extravagance rather than a necessity, maybe if more people would do that, we would not be depleting our oceans and increasing the number of cows the world needs to stay fat.

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Comment by Nick Heyming on March 24, 2010 at 4:55pm
A well reasoned look into the future. I'm trying to cut exotic extravagances from my diet as well, with a large garden I don't need to go elsewhere for food yet I still find myself craving those burgers and fries...
Comment by Khaled Kurdi on March 25, 2010 at 6:56am
Stay away from MSG, they add it to chips, crisps, sauces, burgers and fries.. It has an addictive effect... MSG = Mono Sodium Glutemate... It is that thing in a bag of chips that makes you HAVE to finish the bag,,,,:)
Comment by Michele Baron on March 25, 2010 at 4:49pm
Great posting. (Do you bake your Thareed bread in a ceramic pot-oven, with a pounder-hand-paddle to attach it, and a hook to take it out? or flat in a more conventional oven?) Healthy, well-produced food is a celebration of the simple blessings of life-- +1 thank you
Comment by Khaled Kurdi on March 25, 2010 at 6:46pm
Thanks, I would love to bake my bread that way. I have had it in Lebanon and the Far East. In Jordan they have standard clay ovens for traditional bread backing and they put stones on which they put the dough and the bread comes out bump and tastes like heaven... we call that bread Taboon. I am travelling fro a week, when I come back will try to get you a photo from an oven close to me. The way we do the Shrak bread is even simpler, its the very thin roll bread and it is done on a sheet of metal, will get you a photo too.
Comment by Michele Baron on March 25, 2010 at 7:43pm
Thanks! We have a bread stone--bread is great when baked that way... I will look forward to your photos

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