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  • n. Plural form of fruitarian.


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  • Some are extreme, such as fruitarians, who only eat fresh fruits.

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  • Nutritionists recommend that we become 'fruitarians' occasionally.

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  • Lop-Ear and his wife, and for several days the three of us were neither vegetarians nor fruitarians.


  • These creatures appeared to be polite, sociable fruitarians.

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  • Other types of "-tarians" include fruitarians (people who eat only fruit, seeds and nuts), meatatarian (usually used jocularly for people who eat mostly meat) and pescetarians (people who eat no animal flesh apart from fish or seafood).

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  • Another problem fruitarians encounter is a deficiency in B12.

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  • I had heard of individual fruitarians wanting to live forever, but this was something even stranger: a utopian fruit-growing cult.

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  • Die-hard fruitarians frown on the inclusion of cooked or processed foods.

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  • Writing this story meant getting to know fruit nuts, fruit smugglers, fruit explorers, fruit fetishists, fruit inventors, fruit cops, fruit robbers, fruitarians and even a fruit massager.

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  • Female fruitarians talk of their bodies becoming “so chic” that they experience increased male attention.

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