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    Just made mango lassi... mangos on sale... so perfectly ripe. New roommie had never had one before. I think I converted her.
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    I was happy to find these at the grocery store today... Rainier cherries.



    I didn't take advantage of the serviceberry season as much as I had planned to this year, though I still have one small tub of them in the freezer. Soon, the wild raspberries/blackberries will be out!

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    I love fruit. I eat a lot of bananas. Not so fond of sour or tart tasting things though, so fruit has to be naturally very sweet (unless it's one of the ones below). No such thing as too sweet for me. I like strawberries, pineapples, pears, natural cherries, plums, bananas, and red grapes the most. Berries are yummy over vanilla ice cream.

    And don't forget anything with seeds in the middle is technically a fruit; so avocados, tomatoes, and squashes are included. And awesome! I love baking an acorn squash and eating it with butter and cinnamon.

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    I Love the fruit too...I eat it up all day long. I can't really think of a fruit I don't love.
    I very often make a fruit salad plate for breakfast and also have some with lunch. Yum yum yum

    Love most vegetables too... Grilled or sautéed tho I don't really love uncooked vegetables much.
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    I don't like vegetables much and often point out the uselessness of lettuce nutrition wise. I like fleshy fruit.

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    The Tomatoe, the most 'Vegitablist' fruit going.

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    I'm good about eating fruits from May-August, when the berries and cherries are in season here.

    The rest of the year I'm pretty pathetic, although occasionally get pears. Apples aren't very inspiring, unless I make a cobbler out of them, and I think it's similar to @Marmie Dearest, in that growing up my mom would quarter them every single day for lunch. I always want to get into the habit of having bananas in the fall/winter, but it tends to be a fail because they always get too ripe before I remember to eat them, so they tend to go to waste. The canned fruit that I'll buy, if I remember, is canned pineapple.

    I'm really good about getting a lot of veggies throughout the year, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    I'm good about eating fruits from May-August, when the berries and cherries are in season here.

    The rest of the year I'm pretty pathetic, although occasionally get pears. Apples aren't very inspiring, unless I make a cobbler out of them, and I think it's similar to @Marmie Dearest, in that growing up my mom would quarter them every single day for lunch. I always want to get into the habit of having bananas in the fall/winter, but it tends to be a fail because they always get too ripe before I remember to eat them, so they tend to go to waste. The canned fruit that I'll buy, if I remember, is canned pineapple.

    I'm really good about getting a lot of veggies throughout the year, though.
    re: bananas

    If you have a good blender, then you can freeze them, and blend them up later. That's what I usually do. You can make a simple "ice cream" with:

    3 frozen bananas
    1 cup of milk (almond, soy, rice, regular.... I prefer almond myself)
    1 tsp vanilla powder, extract
    1 cup of fresh fruit such as raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, etc.

    It's amazing. :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    Just made mango lassi... mangos on sale... so perfectly ripe. New roommie had never had one before. I think I converted her.




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    fruit is awesome I love it, that being said, i should eat more of it. I don't like gala apples though.
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