Favorite fruit?

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Re: Favorite fruit?

by entropyembrace » Oct 3rd 14 12:10 am

tinols wrote:
kyarazen wrote:
tinols wrote:
entropyembrace wrote:
tinols wrote:an 80% ripe persimmon.
uhhhh...sweet or astringent? :shock:
Not too sweet and very crunchy!!!
i like them close to 100% ripe... bursting with ripe juices! with only the flappy rinds having some light crunchy texture left :)
I'm talking about fuyu seedless. Sooo good. In fact, I'm enjoying one right now.
Ok :D that's a sweet one :D

I had a Hachiya that wasn't quite ripe yet, that was an experience :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Re: Favorite fruit?

by Hannah » Oct 26th 14 10:58 pm

Hmmmm.. Probably a tie between dragonfruit, banana and coconut for me! Depends what I'm in the mood for :D

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Re: Favorite fruit?

by Devoted135 » Oct 27th 14 1:59 am

I'm not sure I would call it my favorite, but I did just discover a love of persimmon. :D

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Re: Favorite fruit?

by Jayaratna » Nov 8th 14 6:07 pm

Pomegranates: the ones I find here in India are so red and sweet. I had always thought them astringent before.

And papayas.

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