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Old 11-12-2009, 12:01 PM   #21
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Oh, good, so I can skip that one, only 6 to go.

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Old 11-13-2009, 04:04 PM   #22
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I love all of these fruit. They are so expensive here in America. A small of of rambutan (my fav btw) was like 13 bucks. I'm too poor to have them.

Anyway, some other great fruit to try

Cashew fruit -I'm not too big of a fan

Soursop - great for smoothie. There are two kind I like the smaller kind.

Longan - kinda like lychee except much sweeter

Surinam Cherry - really yummy.

There are so many others. I wish I can fly all over the world just to eat all those yummy fruits.

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Don't forget persimmons...many Americans have never tasted them. They taste best after frost.
Fun fact: People in asia used to think that persimmons weren't edible and they fed it to horses and such. It's also persimmon season right now.

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Old 11-14-2009, 08:48 AM   #23
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Soursop - great for smoothie. There are two kind I like the smaller kind.
When we were in Jamaica we had soursop. I asked the waiter about it and he told me that it is "good for the man if you know what I mean"

I enjoyed soursop, but I would not rank it among my favorite fruits. It was definitely good though. I am not sure if we had the smaller or larger kind though.

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