[NAFEX] fruit can help us stay positive during the darkest days ofwinter/which preserved fruit should I eat first
David W Hausmann
wizard2468 at juno.com
Wed Dec 8 10:50:08 EST 2004
You have piqued my interest! Any suggestions as to where to get good
paw paws for Missouri? Trees, not fruit. Anything I should know about
what to / not to do to them?
Have a Good One! Love, Peace and Perception
Saint Louis, Missouri
On Wed, 8 Dec 2004 10:52:55 -0500 "David Consolvo" <fruitopia at nexet.net>
> For me, eating thawed pawpaw pulp in the winter gives me a warm
> feeling, not just because it's so delicious and nutritious, but also
> because the messy business of extracting the pulp from seeds in the
> fall is a special project my long-time girlfriend Claire and I
> happily share together.
> And there's the feeling that I assume many NAFEXers have, that since
> I planted the trees fifteen years ago, it is a great satisfaction
> having them pay off in spades so many years later. It assuages the
> many failures of other orchard experiments. With pawpaws in
> particular, since the trees keep spreading, it is especially
> satisfying knowing that there will be more and more pawpaws every
> David Consolvo
> Hungrytown, Virginia
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