Feeling Fruity

More fruit! This time, a persimmon. I’m not sure I’ve ever tasted one. Have you?


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6 thoughts on “Feeling Fruity

  1. I love the shine you’ve managed to get on the skin. No, I don’t think I’ve ever eaten one of these, at least not knowingly. Perhaps I ought to extend my fruit eating and buying habits!

    • vivjm says:

      Thanks – I was pleased with the shine! I am going to have to try one as it seems most people who have think they are nice (as long as they are ripe)

  2. skalabara says:

    They are wonderful. You need to find a really ripe one, take the skin off and enjoy! Barbora

  3. Sandra says:

    I tasted my first persimmon this past year. It was the non-astringent variety called Fuyu. It was absolutely delicious and sweet. I hope to plant some trees this year…that’s how much I liked it!

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