Beautiful Food #10: Strawberry

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Blog entry by daltxguy posted 01-11-2012 11:55 PM 4162 reads 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 9: Bread Ovens of Quebec Part 10 of Beautiful Food series Part 11: Addicted to Weeds »

Yup, just one – actually I had 2. I ate them both.
This was from 2 baby plants which I migrated from the (former) house site in town to the forest. I haven’t quite decided where to put them yet but there are a lot of pine trees where they would be happy – just trying to find the right combination of enough sun and a self perpetuating pine needle bed so that I won’t have to do any work.

-- Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves. - Thoreau

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posted 01-12-2012 12:44 AM

What a beautiful photo of a strawberry. I love this accessory fruit (sometimes called false fruit, spurious fruit) in many forms especially ice cream and jam.


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posted 01-12-2012 04:51 AM

my mouth is watering, literally.

a good plan re: “no work”.

-- - Debbie, SW Ontario Canada (USDA Hardiness Zone: 5a)

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posted 01-12-2012 07:57 AM

It is snowing outside today so you can just imagine how delicious and perfect your strawberry looks to me. There are already strawberries showing up in our grocery store brought in from miles and miles away….. I walk past and refuse to make eye contact because although they may look red and tasty, they never come even close to the mouth-watering taste of a sun-ripened, freshly picked strawberry and unless they are organic (hard to find) they are a heavy-pesticide use commercial crop. I can definitely wait until May.

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