by Regin Reyno
Living with nomads in the steppes of Mongolia. My host family were singing traditional Mongolian songs after dinner on a cold autumn night over Arkhi.
By the way, vegetarianism is not possible here, because the land is not arable. But the meat they eat is fresh, clean, and organic-free from chemical preservatives and additives. Animals here are happy; freely roaming around, breathing the freshest air, feeding on the best grass free from presticides, and drinking from clean streams miles and miles away from industrialization.
Their daily activities are rigorous. They do lots of physical activities. So despite their meat diet, heart attack, hypertension, and stroke are not common.
There's no electricty in the steppe. Lights are car battery-powered, solarly charged during the day. This unbroken nomadic tradition still thrives healthily in Mongolia even up to this present modern day.