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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist

Back to the roots

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by Emma Elwin on 6 January, 2015

Emma dreaming of coconut trees in Sweden.

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If theres is something I wish we could grow back home in Sweden it’s coconut trees. I have this idea about trying out to only live of locally produced food once we are back home. I’m really exited about trying these berry’s called Aronia that that my surfer friend Jens told me about that grows in Sweden. The North American berry has three times higher amount of antioxidants than blueberries and filed with folic acid and vitamin B and C.


Louise: That's way the bessett answer so far!
November 26, 2016

Alexandra: Love love love coconut! Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com
January 7, 2015

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