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From: Dr Gosia O'Reilly (59.167.207.152)
Subject:         Re: How many different varieties of fresh fruit do you all usually have at home?
Date: September 3, 2014 at 5:16 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Raw for 24 - great tips :) posted by Paul on September 3, 2014 at 10:44 am:

Hi Paul

It is good to connect with you. :)

I tend to stock on best quality sweet fruit I can get, there is always a bit of hunting for me to achieve that. In winter it is harder. I buy fruit in large quantities eg by boxes.

At the moment at my home, apart from non-sweet fruit (tomatoes and cucumbers), I have bananas (organic, as I can't stand non-organic, several boxes of), green grapes, golden kiwi fruit, mandarins, oranges, persimmons, applies and dates. This makes 8. So perhaps not too many, but in plentiful quantities for my mono-eating habits. I am sure that those living in warmer climates have more choices than me. When I visited Anne Osborne, she had fruit all over her kitchen just like me. And when Janette Murray-Wakelin & Alan Murray visited me, Janette said that my kitchen was very similar to hers in that regard too. She liked my banana safe (the wall cupboard that used to be for plates, but I use it for bananas now).

How about yourself?

Gosia
(http://blog.rawgosia.com/about)

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