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    Mangoes are my favourite hands down.
    Love them on their own or chopped up in a bowl with some ice-cream
    Will eat mostly everything else except the below:

    Can't stand pawpaw, rock melon or honeydew. Not a huge fan of watermelon either. And I don't eat kiwi fruit anymore because it makes my tongue tingly and swell slightly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    I only like fruit straight from a can.

    Just as nature intended
    I brought Dd a big jar of peaches today because all the ones I have been buying have been floury.

    I had never had a mango until I moved to Australia 7 years ago. You haven't lived until you've eaten one!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    I love watermelon, but for some reason this summer it has been awful!! Really bad, flour-y, hardly any juice, gross. (I'm in Melbourne).

    Usually over summer watermelon is abundant and delicious. If anyone can explain this paradox, I'd be interested.

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    I've noticed this. Also the price seems to be a little more expensive than usual.

    I tried champagne melon the other day. If you can find it try it.

    I loooove cherries (in season - hate the short season), blueberries, strawberries, watermelon, rockmelon, grapes. Oh, and apples.

    Am off mango this year. Pretty sure it is due to pregnancy.

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    I like bananas, blueberries, watermelon, and rockmelon.

    I absolutely loathe pineapple.

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    I love fruit. Particularly raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, watermelon, pomegranate, and mangoes. But I will eat almost all fruit!

    Citrus causes me some issues because of the acidity. And the only mandarins I like are the imperial ones.

    DS is a fruit bat. Will eat it all! He loves nectarines in particular and can eat an entire nectarine in about 20 seconds flat. And he only has 6 teeth.

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    I don't particularly like any kind of fruit.

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    I love all stone fruit and berries and melon.

    Can't stand passionfruit, figs, mangoes and lychees.

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    Love all stone fruit except mangoes - for some reason I hate the taste of mango.
    Love bananas, pineapple, strawberries, green grapes and green apples. Also loving the guavas coming off our tree at the moment!

    I don't like kiwi, passion fruit and any type of melon.

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    My favourite would probably be yellow nectarine but they have to be really crunchy.

    I also like lychee, mangoes, jackfruit, cherries.

    Don't hate any fruit but not really a fan of apples.

    Although I do like fruit in general I don't crave it and don't eat it much except when trying to diet and give up junk food.

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    My all time fav is mangoes

    I refuse to eat:
    Watermelon
    Paw paw
    Kiwi


 

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