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    Learn to live & let live by accepting people as they are & not who we want them to be. We are all here in this journey called live, learning our lessons as best we can. Cherilyn Vonn
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    I can't really tell a good watermelon, especially since Costco has those two-melons in one net bag. They are usually very good; however, it seems that the recent batch had a lot of spoiled ones. Luckily one of the melons was good. Costco has a great return policy regarding fruits!

    You are so fortunate that you had the opportunity to eat fresh watermelons right off the field! And peaches too! The only fresh fruit we have access to are mangoes, Hawaiian oranges, grapefruit, lychee, longan, coconuts, figs, and pineapples. Some people have grown peaches (not the kind they sell in the store, but miniature size), grapes, persimmons. I have three small strawberry plants which have given me a few really tiny strawberries. Actually I'm down to two since a cat (I think) trounced on one of the the plant and destroyed it!
    2 days ago
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    Even if the outcome is not as you planned, certainly you will have gained something from the experience. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Tisa Silver
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    Thanks for the information about including a serving of yogurt with fresh pineapples. I'll let hubby know about that since he is the only one who will eat pineapples at our house.

    I can't really say about fresh pineapples from Hawaii. Kauai (where I live) doesn't have any fields that produce a large amount of pineapples. I believe there are small farmers who have pineapple growing in their yards for farmers markets, etc. There are several farmers markets on island during the week where they sell pineapples, but because I am not a pineapple connoisseur, I can't really answer you accurately. There used to be a farmers market at the College, but since the pandemic, they are not open. We didn't go to the College farmers market often, but they had an acid free (white) pineapple which was supposedly sweeter than the yellow ones. I can't confirm, though. Hubby used to get their samples whenever we went to the market. emoticon

    Sorry I'm so vague in my responses to your question.

    Have a great rest of the week. Stay safe! emoticon
    2 days ago
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