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sourabh thakur
@sourabh-thakur
12/31/10 03:44:44AM
83 posts

Sourabh's natural timeline! 8 months update


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hey thanx so much

all the best for ur journey

make sure u keep a timeline as well.....would love to c ur progress


updated by @sourabh-thakur: 07/10/15 04:03:41PM
sourabh thakur
@sourabh-thakur
12/30/10 01:37:18AM
83 posts

Sourabh's natural timeline! 8 months update


Member Journals and Timelines

its 4 months ppl

:D


updated by @sourabh-thakur: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
sourabh thakur
@sourabh-thakur
12/18/10 02:39:34AM
83 posts

Vegetarian, to be or not to be?


Dreads and Diets

bang on Natasha


Natasha Boss said:

Any processed food really isn't good for you. Wholesome traditional foods are the way to go. Meat or no meat. I could go on for days about what's wrong with the ingredients in those processed foods, but I won't.

soaringeagle said:

whats wrong with morningstar

TEXTURED VEGETABLE PROTEIN (WHEAT GLUTEN, SOY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE, WATER FOR HYDRATION), EGG WHITES, CORN OIL, CALCIUM CASEINATE, CONTAINS TWO PERCENT OR LESS OF MODIFIED TAPIOCA STARCH, ONION POWDER, CANOLA OIL, TRIGLYCERIDES FROM COCONUT OIL, HYDROLYZED VEGETABLE PROTEIN (CORN GLUTEN, WHEAT GLUTEN, SOY PROTEIN), DEXTROSE, SALT, SOY PROTEIN ISOLATE, AUTOLYZED YEAST EXTRACT, SUGAR, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS FROM NON-MEAT SOURCES, CARAMEL COLOR, CULTURED WHEY, MALTODEXTRIN, GARLIC POWDER, SPICE, CELLULOSE GUM, DISODIUM GUANYLATE, DISODIUM INOSINATE, SOY SAUCE (WATER, SOYBEANS, SALT, WHEAT), VITAMINS AND MINERALS (NIACINAMIDE, IRON [FERROUS SULFATE], THIAMIN MONONITRATE [VITAMIN B1], PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE [VITAMIN B6], RIBOFLAVIN [VITAMIN B2], VITAMIN B12), SESAME SEED OIL, CELERY EXTRACT, SOY LECITHIN.

compare that to most stuff they call food

and compare the nutition info

Rachel Z said:

oh man, read the ingredient list for morning star's crap! eat whatever you want, just stay away from big companies' junk. i saw some crazy idaho family on wife swap (yeah, i know...) that lived on a self-sustained farm and were on a raw diet. and they ate meat :) yep. raw chicken. raw eggs. "aged" raw beef. it was cool as hell though...

soaringeagle said:

i eat alotta morning stars foods
lil too much

Crazy Amanda said:
im a pescetarian (only meat i eat is fish one day i plan on not eating them either lol) but yea my fiance is a huge meat eater its not hard cookin for us at all.. there r DELICIOUS meat alternatives "Morning Star" brand. ..as for ppl mocking people who dont eat corpses let them say what they want its your decision and what you decide to put in your body is your own bussiness
sourabh thakur
@sourabh-thakur
12/13/10 01:02:20AM
83 posts

Part or no part?


Dread Maintenance

before i started dreading i always had a side parting...when i started dreading i went natural so i just let my hair do what it wanted to do and it has parted itself kind of in centre though its not perfect parting they just fall on both side of my head from center if u know what i mean lol

and i wouldnt do anything different as i just want my hair to do what it wants to do

sourabh thakur
@sourabh-thakur
12/10/10 05:11:53AM
83 posts

i need some help...PAINT


Help! Save My Dreads

yea do what Lex said.....pouring thinner over ur head is not recommended but u can definitely use thinner on the cotton ball and work it out....just make sure it doesnt get onto ur scalp. other thing u can prolly use is surgical spirit (Rubbing alcohol), we also use turpentine to get the paint off our hands but maybe it not a good idea to use it on hair, as it is quite toxic. hope u sort this out soon

cheers


Lex said:

when I get paint in my hair I put nail polish remover on a cotton ball and just go over each spot with it and it comes right out. This wouldn't work if you had a ton of paint in your hair tho

sourabh thakur
@sourabh-thakur
12/07/10 02:40:03AM
83 posts

Ancient cultural history of dreadlocks and their significance


History and Religious Significance

haha....it a problem of pronunciation nothing else "go away" would be more like jaataa than jataa and "t" is pronounced slightly differently in both the words so it can be pretty confusing i m surelol

taye said:
i had read before about Shiva's followers wearing "ja Taa" i was curious and asked a man from India what ja Taa means. He looked at me blankly for a moment ( my pronunciation must have been really bad) so i wrote it down for him. He said it means "Shoo go away". In India the language is very diverse. Each village can have it's own variation of the language. so it could mean something entirely different in different parts of the country...I don't know. but i thought it was interesting.
sourabh thakur
@sourabh-thakur
11/24/10 12:20:50AM
83 posts

Sourabh's natural timeline! 8 months update


Member Journals and Timelines

thanx Shuaib, really appreciate ur constant support :D

Shuaib ahmed said:
JEALOUS!!!!..... I think its fair to say we could all tell you were going to have amazing dreads :)
sourabh thakur
@sourabh-thakur
11/24/10 12:19:31AM
83 posts

Sourabh's natural timeline! 8 months update


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thanx taye....even i cant wait :D

taye said:
wow great timeline..your hair is really looking good for 3 months! can't wait to see next months.
sourabh thakur
@sourabh-thakur
11/24/10 12:18:07AM
83 posts

Sourabh's natural timeline! 8 months update


Member Journals and Timelines

hey, thanx so much :D

O'Callaghan said:
Your dreads are looking awesome sourabh!!! :D
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