On my beach walk, there were lots of coconuts compared to the usual several. I'm thinking that maybe the recent very high tides have washed some out of yards or something. About fifty miles north of here is the northern limit, and the current comes from the north. I thought about picking up a few, but then I'm confronted with the usual problem: How to get that brown skin off of the meat.
This afternoon, over to Dave's to get eight carambolas. I expect to use them tomorrow to make salsa with them as maba suggested.
Then down to the roadside avocado tree in the other direction. Nothing on the ground, but a lot of those big alligator pears hanging, ripening. Should be good in about a month.
I'm debating going over to another by-the-sidewalk fruit, the prickly pear. I'm not sure what to make of this carb analysis. If it ain't dietary fiber, and there are no sugars (really?) what's left? Can anyone explain?