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so how do i blush online (^_^)

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Okay, middle of winter, nothing fresh to be had around here but kale and mustard greens---

I'm totally jealous right now.

Congrats, Ken!

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Very cool!! :D

Ditto!!!

B) <- That's the "cool" emoticon

. . . and WIH do you do with a jackfruit??? :blink:

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B) That's our man! Too bad the jackfruit didn't have one of those "Naturally Glute-free" stickers on it and pointed at the camera! :lol:

Not a fruit that I'm familiar with but a beautful looking one there!

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Thanks all

Jackfruit is an amazing versatile fruit that can feed a family of 22 easily! Guess it does in some parts of the world. Was at the jackfruit festival in INdia last June and saw many things made from it including --

the seeds dried and ground into a great tasting gluten free flour used in breads, cookies and other Indian confections.

Its also where juicy fruit gum got its flavor. Dried like a jerky is good too although half dried in Chocolate is even better!

take care

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A celebrity!!! B):lol:

Where do I get one of those fruits around here?? :lol: :lol: I'm very intrigued by it.

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Don't know where around here is but sometimes you can find them at oriental markets, especially catering to the Philippine community where its called Lanka or Nanka. Can also find it canned form Thailand which is ok if cooked. SOMETIMES THEY CAN BE ORDERED FREsh from Miami fruit and Spice park or fairchild garden near there.

or just visit hawaii!

A celebrity!!! B):lol:

Where do I get one of those fruits around here?? :lol: :lol: I'm very intrigued by it.

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just visit hawaii!

Yeah, but you'd have to cook it there. Try bringing one of those puppies back stateside they'd throw you in the can (if you were lucky). We got in a heap of trouble bringing in avocados from Maui :rolleyes:

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Coffee, I'll be in touch. ;)

Good to see you, the star that we always knew you were. An advocate on our side is a wonderful thing Ken! Thank you.

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Your lucky you weren't thrown in the can -- or fined $10K.

This is one of the battles I always have to fight. why they let avocados from Mexico, Chile, New Zealand and now Peru into the US but not from Hawaii is crazy. They,the feds, have a million excuses none of which can hold up to science. Its all Calif. politics.

Once people try real avocados from Hawaii they will not want the junk being forced on the rest of the world.

Calif. Avo industry owns 68% of Mexican and 40something % of chilean orchards.

I better stop while there is still room on the computer-- (^_^)

Yeah, but you'd have to cook it there. Try bringing one of those puppies back stateside they'd throw you in the can (if you were lucky). We got in a heap of trouble bringing in avocados from Maui :rolleyes:

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