:D Agreed! They've got good flavor but it's too much effort for too little.
Figs are really nice and I'd presume you'd have them were you are. If you see them in a store I'd say give them a try. You may be pleasantly surprised. :)
Ah, hahaha! :)
The flesh/meat on a fresh apricot is considerably more dense than that of a peach. Also a really ripe apricot is just a few numbers higher on the sweetness chart. Now the seeds of an apricot are easier to remove than that of a peach in most cases. However when a peach is super ripe sometimes the seeds just fall right out>> but they have got to be really ripe before that usually happens.
Hey DOC!!! you are so right about "persimmons" being great. But there is only a very small window on those in the fall of the year when they finally ripen>> at least the ones that grow here in Missouri USA. Because right about the first week of October to the end of the month you've got to get them right after they have completely rippened>> and you can't pick them too soon or too late. And then you've got to eat them fast because they don't keep very long. And persimmons have a flavor that I can't compare to anything on the entire planet that I've ever eaten.
Anything that has a seed inside is a fruit... Tomatoes are also berries, along with avocado's. But they're both so great in salads!JD Spydo wrote: ↑Fri May 24, 2019 3:20 amHey guys I just found out that by definition the "avocado" is also classified as a fruit!! Now that really shocked me when I read it. To me the avocado has vegetable written all over it. But it was about 10 years ago that an old girlfriend of mine won a bet with me that the tomato is a fruit as well.
There are so many trick questions regarding what is fruit and what is vegetable. They even have avocado also classified as a "berry" on top of everything else :confused:
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