Where in the world Ketonians?


I live in the southern U.S. and culturally we love our pork.
Over here we have the rinds but also cracklin, which often has more fat attached but is still crunchy.
Funny, on Keto I almost crave rinds and/or cracklin but on Carnivore my tastes alter. I still like them but seldom eat them.
I would love to try ocvirki in your country, though. I haven’t travelled outside the U.S. in years, since military service. I really want to travel and experience other cultures and lands (and foods) as a civilian. When I was military I made a point of trying the local food and drink wherever I went and I never regretted that part of it. Regretted a lot of other stuff but not that! :joy:

I’ve even considered going ex-pat when I retire and living where the wind takes me.


Yup :slight_smile:


:joy:where did military take you?
If you do get a chance, come see Slovenia and Croatia, beautiful countries :slight_smile:
Croatia has over 1000 islands, I’m sure you can find one worthy of ex-pat retirement :joy:


Lived in Cincinnati for a decade!


Me too @gingersmommy!

(Marianne) #328

Whoo hoo!


Bills Mafia?


Would love to visit! I’ve been to England, Italy,Greece, and a few other areas in the Med. and the Middle East.


Wow, that’s a nice list of countries :slight_smile: Were you stationed in Aviano in Italy?


No, I was a sailor so I only made it to port cities except for short trips inland. I never got to see the really beautiful inland areas. I did get to visit Rome, Athens, and Jerusalem, though.

(hottie turned hag) #332

Born/reared in Brooklyn, NY. Lived in 5 states total, now in IN since 2016 and ADORE IT :blue_heart: The Midwest is so underrated.

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All lovely cities, as well :slight_smile:
My next on the list “to travel” is Istanbul, but something different always comes up :joy:


Cincinnati OH
Go Bucks!


Never made it to Instanbul but I did go to Antalya.


That could also be on the list, a week of lounging and only getting up to swim, go to the bathroom and see where the waiter is :wink:


The water there was so beautiful. It would be a nice getaway.

Ah, maybe one day I’ll travel again. Hope so.


Aside from a few days in Kansas years ago on a work trip I’ve never been to the middle of the US. I’ve seen more of the world than my own country.
Hope to remedy that one day.
Glad you’ve found a place to call home. As much as I love SC I don’t plan to stay here when I retire, unless it’s to the foothills/mountains in the upstate.


I believe you will :slight_smile:

(Dirty Lazy Keto'er, Sucralose freak ;)) #340

Sacramento for me as well. Geographically speaking, I love Nor Cal. Too bad my Governor is an idiot.


Beautiful… I’m not gonna comment on the governor thing, though. :laughing:

(Central Florida Bob ) #342

The CFL in my username is for Central Florida, in particular the city of Melbourne. Just about 4 miles as the crow flies from the Atlantic, and 40-ish miles south the Kennedy Space Center, so we get to watch every launch from our yard. We have yet to see SpaceX land their boosters for reuse since that’s usually far offshore. There have been a few that landed on the Cape, but all we experience of those is a sonic boom about a minute or two after the landing.