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September 21, 2007


Karen Knowler

Christine that sounds great!

Fruit shows up in the funniest of places!

Years ago somoene showed me all the fresh figs growing on the trees outside Euston station! (London). And I ate the most amazing fresh mulberries in a park in Glastonbury. There really is nothing like it!

Christine Horner

A friend of mine has started something here in Sheffield called 'Abundance'. He gets people together to pick all the local fruit that people don't want. Some of it is in people's gardens and they are happy for him to take it and give it to people who do want it. (He asks of course.) Some of it is literally in the street and available to anyone and it's free!! This afternoon 3 of us picked loads of pears from a tree on one of the main roads! I think it is an amazing idea. There is all sorts of fruit here. Apples, pears, peaches, almonds, apricots and figs! (Yes, in Sheffield!) Usually this fruit just falls off the trees and rots. What a waste! It is amazing how many fruit trees you see locally if you start looking.

Debbie Took

I've been eating the hazel-nuts from my garden (well, sharing them with a squirrel), but they can also be bought right now, in their shells, from Waitrose and, I expect, other supermarkets. This is also the season for 'wet (fresh)' walnuts - sometimes available from farm shops. I also feel we should focus more on foods that grow in the same climate that we do...(much as I love mangos - oh DO I love mangos...!)


blackberry and apple pie! Sweet!

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