/ The best fruit?
I would keep them, but they don't last that long, and this makes them less good in the fruit rankings. If they could last and not bruise, like apples, they would be my far and away number 1.
Currently I reckon apples are still the best of the best.
It has to be grapes - especially from NE Italy or Argentina and presented as bottles of red stuff!!!
Easy, whatever is in season and grown locally.
Eh?? One begs to differ....:. Texture, flavour and aroma are sooo different.
the noble white currant is of course the finest fruit....just pipping the gooseberry
oranges big juicy oranges, can throw them in your sack they dont bruise, doesn't matter if you drop them they have a protective cover , ah
i loooove peaches!
if you have so many, try juicing them...you dont get much juice from then but it is real nectar and nice in a mix with orange :)
the most delicious fruit, though hard to time & sloppy, is a lovely ripe pear.
Bananas win hands down...
durian is apparently the king of fruit.
albeit an acquired tasting one.
- available all the time in as many varieties as you could want
- strong, so wont make a mess of the inside of your rucksack like bananas or peaches.
- only need rubbed to be declared as clean enough to eat.
- can eat the whole thing, no left over stone or skins.
- last for ages
-skin gets caught in teeth
For that reason alone I never take them with me
> Easy, whatever is in season and grown locally.
I am going to go with a peach, warmed by the sun and the juice dribbling down your chin.. yum.
Or may be a charentais melon
or a pawpaw
arrgh I can't decide!
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