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rot wrote

hard choice. split between raspberries and bananas. I'll go with prickly pear just to be different

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Glenn_carbon wrote

Watermelon. I grow them almost every year, they've been my favorite since I was a kid. I also really like pineapple, though every time I try to grow one a squirrel, raccoon, rat, or something comes and eats it before I pick it.

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Sun wrote

Gomu Gomu

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Raxalor wrote

Mango!

You can make a bomb pepper sauce with mango and habaneros

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thelegendarybirdmonster wrote

What do you eat the sauce with?

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Raxalor wrote (edited )

The flavors mix really well with cilantro and onion, so many Puerto Rican dishes, TexMex, breakfast tacos, straight up rice and beans...

If I'm being honest, I probably put it on anything that isn't sweet

I should mention that the sauce itself has other ingredients like other peppers (hatch chili, jalapenos, or whatever else I'm feeling), vinegar, onion, garlic, salt, paprika, and lime. I might be forgetting some other ingredients for that particular sauce, because I haven't made a batch since late September, but that's the general list of ingredients in my sauces

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Quicksilver wrote

I like dried fruit usually, especially figs and dates. Undried, probably mangoes and bananas. I really miss star fruit as well, haven't had it since I moved.

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yeepyorp wrote

this will be an evil thing to say but... i love eating lemons. a lot

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Kinshavo wrote

Maybe persimmon, not sure if I have a favorite fruit

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Ennui wrote

Toss up between the orange and the blackberry.

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bosunmoon wrote

Huckleberry's and Ground cherries are a pretty even tie for me. I just love tiny crunchy seeds.

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masque wrote

Probably mango, maybe plum if you get it at just the right state of ripeness.

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