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    Primal Drinks .... ???? ..... Ummm ... WATER

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      water, coconut water (I add to water bottle with regular water to drink while I cycle long distance) .... maybe some low carb veggie juice too.

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        Tea... Depending on what kind. We have sasafrass trees on our land, so I go back ther and get the roots and brew tea with them. It's what flavored root beer until they started using artificial flavors.

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          Generally I drink water, coffee, hot tea, iced tea, and kombucha.

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            my Jamaican tenants who are beyond awesome are always hooking us up with random stuff. Usually it's fish, but last month the husband came down with a bottle of wine filled with some stuff "good fah' energy" and he showed us the flowers he makes it out of. I think there's some ginger in there too, and it's a bit sweet so I dilute it (I'm not sure if he's adding sugar or not, but just in case) I'm going to ask him exactly what it is but I gather it's some awesome jamaican brew. I haven't noticed any energy boosts or anything, but I like the taste... I'll get back to you guys on this...

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              ^^@ the Jamaicans. I remember when I worked a grocery store, and a group of them came in asking for Bud Light and Red Bull:


              "Like monkey you be swingin from tree to tree!"

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