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July 19, 2007

What’s In Your Bowl?

By Sara
10 Comments

Morning, Apples! Here’s a picture of my fruit bowl. I get my produce from the local farmer’s market every weekend, and I like to mix it up each week. (The greens and blueberries are in the fridge, of course). As you can see, I’ve got baby peppers, limes, lemons, a mango and tomatoes this week. I think it would be fun to create a post from the readers (that’s you!). Email me a picture of what’s in your fruit bowl, and I’ll put something fun together for all of us. Tell me about your favorite fruits and veggies, how you use them, or even how you get them (farmer’s market? garden?). I hope to hear from you! ๐Ÿ™‚

My fruit bowl.

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John Irwin
John Irwin
9 years 2 months ago

But what if we can’t get fresh veggies and fruits. Are canned or dried also acceptable in a pinch?

Jessica
Jessica
9 years 2 months ago

I think frozen is better than canned or dried. Canned lose their nutrition and dried have a lot of sugar. They are good, but fresh is a lot better. But frozen is cheap and actually a fresher a lot of times.

phil
phil
9 years 2 months ago

I know that frozen blueberry’s keep their nutrition value.

Kery
9 years 2 months ago

I don’t have an actual bowl for fruits yet (it’s in the works though), so I’m afraid a picture wouldn’t look too great right now. But let’s see. Currently, I have bananas, apples, apricots, a few raspberries, and tomatoes as well. I’m kind of limited by what is not too expensive in this season (raspberries are, but hum, I love them all the same so I make an exception). On the other hand, you won’t ever see canned fruits in my home. Just the smell of the juice in those cans makes me gag. ๐Ÿ˜

Sonagi
Sonagi
9 years 2 months ago

Check out what’s in my fridge at Flickr:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/62177820@N00/

Living in a temperate climate, I produce load from April to early November and survive the winter on local greenhouse greens and winter squash, frozen vegetables, apples, and citrus from Florida.

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Sinan
Sinan
6 years 11 months ago

SINANOSYLICOSIS <—–if you have this disease you are screwed.

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