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This family is living an eco-friendly lifestyle

They grow their own vegetables, store rainwater, and make their own personal care products. This is how this family is transitioning to an eco-friendly lifestyle. Brut Nature took a tour of their house.

03/04/2019 11:16
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  • Laurence C.
    03/04/2019 11:27

    Full of shit mate, do you think as all of us have that space and those franchises again

  • Sara L.
    03/04/2019 12:23

    check this out!

  • Zolly E.
    03/04/2019 12:36

    Well, they clearly have money.

  • Astrid V.
    03/04/2019 13:47

    det bliver dig

  • Michael G.
    03/04/2019 16:18

    Yeah, but who has the actual initial capital to make all that sh!t happen? Buy land, build a house, plant a garden, put in a catchment system, etc., etc. Only the rich, it would seem... :(

  • Mohsin U.
    03/04/2019 18:50

    Using and storing rain water? Wait until you get fined or sued by the government 😂

  • Shobhana R.
    03/04/2019 18:52

    having money is not enough knowing how to use it shows true entrepreneurship in this case , the ultimate business of being one with nature. bravo

  • Adela C.
    03/04/2019 20:37

    wow!

  • Sohail S.
    03/04/2019 21:48

    Great eco family

  • H B.
    04/04/2019 02:41

    My dream life

  • Dorota B.
    04/04/2019 05:39

    good inspitarion

  • Lara L.
    04/04/2019 08:48

    Raul P Maciel

  • Eco W.
    04/04/2019 12:49

    Goals 💪

  • Julie C.
    04/04/2019 20:59

    , allez, toi aussi tu utilises du savon noir! Tu y es presque!!!

  • Iris B.
    04/04/2019 22:48

    goalzzz

  • Padraigin D.
    04/04/2019 23:39

    Imagining all of the money they must save and how much healthier they must be..That toilet must stink.. What about an incinerator toilet?

  • Jamie B.
    06/04/2019 13:23

    They all look skinny and cold

  • Jesse A.
    07/04/2019 11:46

    what an ego trap lmao

  • Marion S.
    07/04/2019 11:56

    It’s gone a bit far when the wife looks anorexic from only eating vegetables and is constantly shivering because she’s freezing. Nice in theory but there’s a quality of life issue here - it’s called misery.

  • Abby L.
    07/04/2019 12:25

    thought you’d find it interesting