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Sliced Open Orange, Held By Man, With Knife In His Hand

10 citrus varieties squeezed by Dan’s Produce owner

  • January 18, 2019

Learn about 10 citrus varieties from the enthusiastic owner of Dan's Produce in California. He slices open and squeezes most of them: Cara Cara oranges - originated in the 1970sSatsuma madarins - easy to peelFairchild - clementine and orlando…

Butternut squash. A winter fruit.

  • January 17, 2019

Fruit is always an easy meal, even in the winter. Slice a huge butternut squash in half and roast for about 50 min at 400 degrees. Season with sea salt and other toppings. Then enjoy this warm, nutritious, filling meal.…

Open Carton Of Strawberries. "First Berries Of The Season. Delicious!

Delicious strawberries. First of the season?

  • May 18, 2018

I had some delicious organic strawberries from California last week. Hailing from two different farms means, you likely can't go wrong with any brand. Really, I had to slow down while eating each berry, to lengthen the enjoyment, and simply…

Watch how to open a jackfruit

  • May 2, 2018

"Watch three YouTube videos..." is the advice I give when recommending an uncommon fruit that seems hard to eat or open. Jackfruit is in that category. I'm sure I've watched three jackfruit videos yet only recently did I figure out…

Romaine Salad With Chopped Bananas In Bowl.

Bananas in salad? Yes!

  • April 14, 2018

Remove the barrier, the wall, the moat between sweet and savory! I add fruit to many traditionally savory items. Here, I added bananas to my salad. Tiny bits of fresh, moist dates would also 'spice' things up.

Big Portion Of Jackfruit, Held In Hand

Delicious, aromatic jackfruit

  • April 13, 2018

Bought six pounds of jackfruit a few days ago. Here's half of that. I've been eating it nonstop. The sweet, candy smell fills my kitchen. I placed half on counter, half in fridge. One morning I mixed with soaked cashews…

Eating pineapple from the rind

  • March 24, 2018

I have always tried to save money by buying the 'core' of the pineapple since I don't need pineapple cubes (cut fruit). The other day I found an even more economical, and surprisingly useful, approach where only the center was…

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