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ITT: God tier fruits

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ITT: God tier fruits
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>>7062213
>tomatoes
>fruit
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>>7062222
good meme, good quads.
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Bananas
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>>7062213
these scare me. I am scared to buy them because I don't know what they taste like.
Maybe I will just grab one and bit into it at the store.
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>>7062213
tomatoes are berries
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>>7062235
Honestly, they're delicious. You want them to be soft though, otherwise they taste like sawdust.
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>>7062235
>Maybe I will just grab one and bit into it at the store
Make sure it's very ripe, they are full of tannins and can be like eating a cotton ball if under ripe. It's actually kind of interesting, but not pleasant.

There is a variety that doesn't do that to your mouth regardless of ripeness but I don't remember what it's called.
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star fruit. oh so tasty.
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>>7062222
>>7062264
Those are persimmons you degenerates
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>>7062288
You just got memed hard, kid.
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>>7062222
Fazolis?
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>>7062235
>I don't know what they taste like
Skin like an apple but not easier to chew and swallow, it doesnt build up in your mouth like paper. It's skin is soft and sweet. The middle flesh is delicious like a pear but more exotic. There is no core or seeds to dig out, just rip that green stuff from the top and eat it all.

Honestly it's delicious.
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>>7062213
fedora: the fruit
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>>7062235
they taste kinda bland, in my experience they are good in cookies and maybe jams
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>>7062326
Kek em
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Outa the way shit palates, lord of all fruit coming through!!!
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>>7062268
Usually the very flat ones (like Fuyu) are edible unripe and aren't high in tannins. The large ones (like Hachiya) are the opposite.
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Honestly not trying to sound clever but pumpkins (a berry) are by far my favourite fruit. Followed by blueberries, ripe bananas, then maybe orange.
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>>7062357
>there are no seeds
I haven't had one for quite a while but are you sure there's no seed in them? I seem to remember there were some that're shaped like pumpkin seeds
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>>7062417
those seeds look like actual turds, that's a shitfruit man. you've sunken to eating literal feces in your quest to be different, check yourself
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i was blown away the first time i had fresh blueberries. they were crack to me, i couldn't put them down.

before then, i only had ones that were either frozen or baked into some dessert. i didn't really like either.

but fresh, they're an entirely different thing.
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>>7062235
No idea if you're still around anon, but almost any grocery store will let you sample out any fruit they have. Just ask. You'd look like an asshole if you bit into it right then and there.
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Pears are clearly the best
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>>7062667
I pretty much count any tub of blueberries I buy as a one-off snack.
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>>7062770

Fuck forgot the image.

Anyway pears are the best because of the subtle sweet flavor, its not overpowering. The texture is also perfect when ripe, nice and soft but still has a subtle crunch, its not like an apple which has a shit-tier texture, and its not like an orange where it feels like you're just biting into juice.

Pears are the ultimate fruit. Even aesthetically they have a pleasing, subtle appearance that doesn't call attention to itself
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star fruit
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>>7062631
Wild/older varieties have very large seeds as you described. The others are modern cultivars designed for your average consumer. People are too lazy to mess with seeded fruit.
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>>7062774
>they have a pleasing, subtle appearance that doesn't call attention to itself

What?
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>>7062264

not that those are tomatoes, but

In everyday language, a berry is a small, pulpy and often edible fruit. Berries are usually juicy, rounded, brightly colored, sweet or sour, and do not have a stone or pit, although many pips or seeds may be present.[1] Common examples are strawberries, raspberries, blueberries; and red- and blackcurrants.[2] In Britain soft fruit is a horticultural term for such fruits.[3][4][5]
The scientific usage of the term berry differs from common usage. In scientific terminology, a berry is a fruit produced from the ovary of a single flower in which the outer layer of the ovary wall develops into an edible fleshy portion (botanically the pericarp). The definition includes many fruits that are not commonly known as berries, such as grapes, tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants (aubergines) and bananas. Fruits excluded by the botanical definition include strawberries and raspberries. A plant bearing berries is said to be bacciferous or baccate.

you dingus
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>>7062774
If you like pears so much why did you post the worst variety?
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>>7062213
>>7062572
>>7062777
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>>7062213
Custard apple. The greatest fruit nobody seems to know about. They taste like a mix of banana, mango, and pineapple with a creamy pudding like texture. We have a native variety (paw-paw) that grows wild all through out the eastern United States.

My neighbor has some growing on his property that he refuses to touch cause he thinks they're poisonous. His loss.
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>>7062949
can testify to the pure dankness of this super sweet, juicy fruit when it's really fleshy and not just full of seeds. this stuff is amazing.
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Technically a Berry, but I have a dozen bushes of these bad boys growing wild. They bloom between mid may to early July. They are a sweet sort of bitter.
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>>7063220
Technically not a berry. Funny, huh?
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>>7062213
how do you eat your hachiya persimmons? i eat it like an apple but i saw someone post about scooping out the inside jelly with a spoon which sounds good too
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The sweet ones are heavenly, but I have no idea how I'm supposed to know which ones are sour and which ones are sweet.
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>>7063220

it's not a berry, it's a fruit made of multiple berries.
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>>7062667
>>7062772
yee boi
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>>7063500

How do you pronounce it?

Where I grew up everyone said, LIE-CHEE.

Then I moved to the other side of the country and everyone said, LEE-CHEE.
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:^)
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B^)
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>>7063723
It's lee-chee
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>>7063723
>>7063758
it's lit-chee
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>>7062213
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>>7062213
I really like them but they' re a tad too sweet.
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>>7063738
so anon, ya like eatin hairy balls?
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>>7063740
GOAT
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>>7062949
You mean pawpaws right?
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>>7062666
Pffft. The only turds those could possibly look like are deer turds. In which case I can only surmise that you are a deer, whose average life span is 4 years, which means you should leave before you are underage banned.
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>>7064021
He's probably from Illinois. I've seen people from there spell pawpaws like that.
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>>7062213
They're kind of a bitch to peel tho
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>>7064115
Just hit them with a blow-torch for a bit. It burns off all the needles and the skin becomes soft.
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>>7064115
That mouthful of impossible to chew seeds though...
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>>7062213
Tomato are fungi
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>>7062213
Tomatos sold at grocery stores have no flavor.
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>>7062235
sweet carrots
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>>7064317
>>7064376
>thinking those are tomatoes
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>>7064317
>>7064376
How are you guys this retarded?
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>>7062265
Only hachiya persimmona. Fuyu persimmons (pictured) are sweet and delicious even when firm.
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>>7064115
Been buying huge as fuck green ones at a local stand, 3/$1. Heaven
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eagerly awaiting the return of pokan tangerines, this is the hardest part of the year ;__;
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>>7063730
w..would.. would you date me anon?
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I absolutely adore these shits. But that might partly be due to nostalgia
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>>7064565
Hope you have some dates to bite down on, because I'm going in dry
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>>7063723
>>7063758
>>7063789
It's lizhi
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>>7062213
where are my apples?
also physiallysis
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Best berry is mulberry. Other berries need not apply. You have been bested in every possible way.
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>>7065935
I have a mulberry tree in my yard and they are delicious. But they don't have the acidity of other berries and the stem running down the entirety of the berry is annoying if you want to cook with them. Raspberries are better.
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>>7063740
tastes kind of like rotten meat, garlic, and almonds

freeze it for the ultimate natural ice cream
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bloodorange is hands down the best fruit ever
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>>7062667
European blueberry (bilberry) > American blueberry
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>>7065935
>You have been bested in every possible way.
They go bad in like 3 hours, a butch to wash off body and clothes and too soft for transportation.
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>>7062222
these are cachi
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this bad asses
where i live almost everybody has a micro cultivation for personal use of this.
I'm from Italy: the world leader in production of kiwi
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>>7067155
Huckleberry > European Blueberry
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>>7062667
Taking advantage of the <$3 for 125gms are we?
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>>7064115
Those are 20% fruit, 80% rock hard seed. Could not enjoy..
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>>7063986
It's basically a hairy cousin of this fruit.>>7063500
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might have to move just so I can have an orchard of these things to sustain me for therest of my life
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>>7067357
forgot pic
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Passionfruit, one of the GOATs.
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>>7067254
I love kiwi.

I recently started making strawberry kiwi popsicles. Strawberries are one of my favorite fruits, but I quickly found that if you blend them up and make a popsicle with nothing additional, it is lacking in flavor. Too watery, pretty bland. Granted, these are large U.S. strawberries and that is usually the way of it, unlike wild little strawberries on the mountainside. So it needed something more. The kiwi chunks were a perfect pairing.
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>>7062268
don't eat the skins! that's where the numbing bitterness lives.
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>>7067254
I somewhat recently first tried Kiwi, it was amazing. For sure one of the best fruits out there, feel like i've been missing out. They're a huge pain to peel though.
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>>7062774
>liking to eat sand
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>>7062235
>these scare me. I am scared to buy them

AUTISM
U
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>>7062572

Hachiya mush master race. So sweet, much delicious.

>>7062667

Sometimes my lunch is just a pint of blueberries in the summer. Can't stop eating. Strawberries a shit. Blueberry master race.

>>7063500

Lychee are godly. These get my vote. That delicate flavor, that tender flesh, so smooth and juicy. And no one fucking knows about them.

>>7067147

>go to shoprite
>blood orange 2 for $4
>two dollars each

>go to produce outlet
>very seasonal, small timeframe
>huge bag for three bux

Bloodorange is amazing. I dry the rind for tea, too.
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>>7067381
eat it with a spoon
like this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYV6zxhijLo
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>>7062667
How much are these in your area?
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>>7067381
you can eat the peel, tastes fine
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>>7063740
what kind of fruit has two livers
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>>7062222
Tomatoes are a fruit botanically.
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>>7067423
Qui ĂȘtes-vous? Moi?

The same thing happened to me over the summer with blood oranges from Shoprite and, rather than Produce Outlet, Produce Junction. Goddamn, I fucking love Produce Junction. Shame I don't live nearer one.
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>>7064400
They recently started selling what you refer to as fuyu persimmoms at my local ethnic grocers under the name Sharon fruit. They are indeed god tier, but the variability in sweetness is huge when bought from a shop.

My understanding is that you are supposed to leave the hachiya persimmom on the tree until it is mushy, then scoop out the flesh. Sharon fruit were indeed selectively bred to be sweet and good to eat when firm. I think it was done so that the shops could sell them and not have them rot in transport

Do sharon fruit continue to improve like bananas or is the eating quality the same even if you leave them to go soft?

Also what should I be looking for in selecting custard apples? (Same shop has started selling these too)
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>0 mentions yet

literally reddit: the thread
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>>7067605
>rather than Produce Outlet

Not capitalized. Just a family owned produce outlet. Many family-owned ones around here.

Shoprite is so overpriced. I go to the produce outlet and Aldi. Shoprite can eat shit. They charge as much for a single lemon as I could pay for a sack of lemons. AND their produce is terrible...never ripens. Always underripe. Just goes from hard/green/flavorless straight to rotten. No wonder burgerclaps don't like vegetables and fruit if their experience is this!

>>7067881

Delicious but pain in the ass to eat.
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>>7062213
persimmons taste and smell like jizz. it's uncanny. It's really weird.
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>>7067569
Glad to see some people on /ck/ know their fruits.
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>>7063572
>>7063384
>>7063220
called an aggregate fruit
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>>7067381
I usually rub the shit out of one with a clean washcloth or handtowel. you can eat the skin, and it's nice and sour and great.
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>>7067941
wud da fugg izzat?
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>>7067947
Cheese
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>>7067956
I figured it had to be something like that due to the wax coat. Still a confusing package, hah. Kinda cool.
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>>7062213
So what up with some of them are firm like an apple and some are squishy like a tomato?
Are they different types or is it the ripeness?
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>>7062235
They're really tasty
The texture could get to you though
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>>7065935
Are they similar to black berries?
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They don't have that much flavor. But the cool crispiness of them is unrivaled
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>>7067569

Excuse me m8 but this isn't /botany/ or /plantbiology/
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>red mombin
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>>7062667
I worked at a blueberry farm and we got to eat all the blueberries we wanted right off the bush. I've seen some that were about 1 1/2" in diameter and bright blue. They were so sweet and delicious you'd swear it was some artificial flavoring.
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>>7062213
>thinking you can beat apples or bananas
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Silly atheists, all fruit is god tier since god made all fruit.
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>>7068103
It's juicy and a has a decent taste. But it feels like I'm eating paper
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>>7067898
>burgerclap
I'm the same guy who likes Produce Junction from earlier. I am a foreigner to the US. Are you as well?

SR isn't so bad. I buy a number of things there, but I've noticed that my two local ones seem to have better prices than other ones for some reason. For example, I recently got six zucchini for $1.25, 2lbs of mushrooms for $1.99, a huge pack of organic lettuce for $2 flat and two 28oz boxes of instant rice for $1.49 each.
I'd never used instant rice before, but you know what, I kinda like it now. It's convenient for quick, microwave dinners.

Most of my veg purchases are from a Chinese grocer. They pack up huge bags of produce for $1 each. Only once has anything actually been wrong with the produce I got there. It was a six pound bag of yard long beans. Half to two thirds had to be thrown away during the washing process, but that's fine because yard long beans are $3/lb and I wound up getting 2lbs for a buck, so s'all good.
The only problem is that I'm a cheapskate so I've gotta go with what they happen to have bagged up for quicksale.
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>>7062213
>mfw Nobody else mentions mangoes
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>>7067881
I adore these. Gonna cop some tomorrow

>>7067423
>>7067605
>shopping at jewrite
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no feijoa love?

but all time goat is apples. cheap as chips, in season all year round, keeps doctor away, makes cider my favourite alcohol, goes well with cheese, make apple sauce

toss up between feijoa and apple. feijoa are so expensive to buy and they are only perfect for about a day, so in the season I go round and steal everyones fruit from their trees I also got a couple in my garden

feijoa wine is also cash as fuck,but apples win due to being about 5 times cheaper, hardier, and last so much longer
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>>7069101
Mangoes are pretty great. I just often forget about them. I like their sour bite. I prefer sour fruit in general. But I have a hard time relating to others in this sense because most fruit is sour to me. Especially fruit juices. Grape juice is extremely sour to me. Like drinking straight lemon or lime juice. But I love it for that fact. When I talk to someone about most fruit and fruit juices, I have found that those which are extremely sour to me are not sour to others.Cranberries, raspberries, strawberries, grapes - ALL very sour to me, regardless of the variety or color of them. Super tangy and sour. And I love it. I always preferred sour over sweet, so I guess it is a "blessing" in a way.
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All fruits are lesser fruits
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>>7069363

this. highly recommended if you've never had the pleasure
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Cherimoya
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>>7069433
>>7069363
>>7069349
>>7068598
>>7068190
>>7068103
>>7065278
>>7062417

>muh obscure, unknown fedora frootz
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>>7068103
Only the mass produced ones don't have flavor. I bought a sack of these of a fruit vendor near myeongdong in seoul and they are so good when not mass produced
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Sometimes I feel like the only one who appreciates grapefruit.
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>>7062213

Pomegranates
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I really like apples and grapefruit
>what kind?
Shut up.
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>>7069782

it's too intense for me. the juice has a good flavor, but it has to be heavily sweetened and dilluted.
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>>7069349

Dragonfruit tastes like air
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>>7062774
Fucking this
Eating a delicious pear is like an erotic experience, I get a mouth boner when I bite into one.
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>>7070002

Soft pears are amazing. But if I ever bite into a crisp or crunchy one I go into a murderous rampage.
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>>7067920
Why do you post this in every thread?
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>>7069782
grape is good, but it just doesn't hold a candle to bloodorange.
>>7069717
almost fell for that bait
>>7069964
fresh pitaya is amazing, ate it while in colombia. got home and wanted it again so i bought one at the store and dear lord how much worse it was. never again
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Nectarines and cherries. I'll eat any fruit though.

>>7067920
If that were the case then everyone would be eating it

>>7068103
These are amazing especially getting to that tart center
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already posted but here it is

makes the absolute GOAT jam
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>>7062213
just tried 1 of these for the first time today

v good thanks family
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>>7062949
They can be hard to come by.
When I got one it was mostly seeds and the flesh was nothing like you described, not very flavourful and with texture of an actual apple.
I'd love to try a better variety.
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>>7067254
They're easy to peel when really ripe
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>>7069363
What is it?
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>>7070353
mamey sapote
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>>7070354
Live in Miami. I trip on these bad boys every now and then walking on the sidewalk.
They're drop-dead sweet nearing the "feeling heavy and kinda want to vomit" scale, so be aware.
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>>7070354
My BOIII I fucking love mamey. Everytime I buy one I say I'm just going to eat one half and save the rest for later but I end up eating the whole thing in a day.

Wish I lived in Miami and could have them fresh but the ones we get in Atlanta are pretty great. They can be very sweet like the other anon said and have a distinct sweet potato/pumpkin/banana/apricot taste and a custardy texture so they're not for everyone
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>>7070417
never actually had one, i just knew what it was, is all. i've seen them for sale though i've never gotten around to buying one.
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>>7069782
I often forget about this juicy ball. That photo is incredibly appealing, and now I want some grapefruit!
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>>7070044

Looks cute
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>>7062213
I fucking hate persimmons. We have a persimmon tree in the back yard and all it does is drop those fuckers all over the lawn and attract animals.
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>>7070420

They're awesome. Definitely try it if you get a chance. :)
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>>7069433
these things cost over ten dollers where i live. I baught one bc I had never had it before, but it was hard and then people on CK told me it was out of season and I had been duped.
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>>7069782
I love grapefruit but I can't have it because levodopa.
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>>7071009
I use to use them as ball to play stick-ball int he veranda.
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>>7063730
>eating cockroach eggs
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>>7067155
>tfw eurokeks in their ignorance market highbush blueberries as "American blueberries" and don't realise that lowbush/wild blueberries are equal to or better than bilberries
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>>7071072
Let them ripen until they are soft/squishy and the exterior has begun to blacken. They're called "custard apples" because of their consistency when ripe.
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Are strawberries meme teir fruit?
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>grapes not mentioned yet
Pleb thread
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>>7067881
What's the deal with pomegranates? sometimes the little bits are soft and sweet as fuck, just bursting with the most intense flavor.

Other times they are very hard and taste like nothing but acid. Worse than eating a lemon.
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>>7069782
I love them but only after removing the skin from the filets. Otherwise it's too bitter and chewy.
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>>7070002
>>7070010
That taste and mouthfeel when biting into a grainy, mealy and overripe pear.
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>>7070044
there are few things as tangy as these. love em. they grow fucking everywhere where I live.
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