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Offline rawpaleonewbie

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« on: April 21, 2016, 02:24:43 am »
What is your source of drinking water?


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Re: Water
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2016, 09:37:57 pm »
I currently drink Lauretana spring water (the forum doesn't allow me to post external links, but you can Google it) - almost without any minerals, in glass bottles, returnable, sold in 6-bottle plastic "open crates" (I don't know if it has a more proper English name - it's the same kind of "crate" as wine bottles tend to be transported in - stackable on top of each other - if it has a more proper English name, please correct me).

1 Liter costs me approximately 1 EUR.

I would like to drink some more local water from some spring around where I live long-term, but this is the best water I can get here until then.

(Tap water here is junk - full of chlorine and a lot of calcium ; I've heard they even add a compound of aluminum and sulfur to tap water in some places ; and "supermarket" bottled water is always either sold in plastic here [estrogen-mimickers, dioxins, potentially more toxins from plastic...], or it is carbonated, or it has a lot of chlorine/calcium/sometimes even fluorine in it.)
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Re: Water
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2016, 11:03:40 pm »
I drink tapwater. It comes from the mountains and is, sadly, a little chlorinated.
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