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plum powder rocks, especially on guava. I always wish those packets contained more.
- Grasshopper (cǎo měng)
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TheGingerMan wrote:I try everything at least once.
Balsamic vinegar, at least every 6 hours.
OK, I'll bite.. for the tomatoes and other stuff what do you do...
Dip it in Balsamic Vinegar or Marinate. How much, for how long... I've got a bottle right here... What else can I put it on...
- Martyr's Shrine Guard (zhōngliècí wèibīng)
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The salt stops the pineapple eating holes in your mouth. Yes, really.
Once again Taiwanese do know a lot about fruit and vegetables, how to grow them, how to prepare them and especially how to eat them
are you saying if i eat salt with pineapple my mouth wont sting? Incredible.
- Sidewalk Geomancer (lù biān suàn mìng tān)
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Yes, try it, some fruits like pineapple can cause mouth ulcers. My wife has taught me quite a lot about fruit, she grew up in the countryside and ate fresh fruit everyday.
I can remember the fourth of July runnin' through the backwood bare.
And I can still hear my old hound dog barkin' chasin' down a hoodoo there
Chasin' down a hoodoo there.
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