Seedless Grapes - A Healthy Life With Fruits.

@ashjoe76 (1434)
India
February 6, 2007 2:09pm CST
I was not much of a fruit lover until I found out the fruit I like the most - seedless grapes, which taste heavenly. Now I love apples (their smell too, since my childhood), oranges, bananas, guava, and what not! But my favourite remains seedless grapes. I feel so good when I eat a small bowl full of grapes, refrigerated. What about you? Which fruit do you like the most, and why?
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@diansinta (7550)
• Indonesia
9 Feb 07
dragon fruit - dragon fruit image
i love dragon fruit. exotic and healty!^o^
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• United States
8 Feb 07
I like all fruits but my very favorite is a orange. To sit and peel orange and let the fragrance surround you is utterly delicious. Than I divide the orange into segments and savor each and every slice. Sucking the juice out of the slice and than biting it in half chewing it and swallowing it and doing the same to the other half. Then proceeding until I have each and every segment swallowed and sitting in my stomach and patting my stomach in contentment.
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@ashjoe76 (1434)
• India
8 Feb 07
That's a great description. I guess I am also falling in love with oranges!
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• United States
9 Feb 07
Thanks a lot. Whenever I go anywhere and bring oranges with me I absolutely have to bring a wet rag or at least some of those wipes they sell in the store. I love oranges!
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@smacksman (6074)
6 Feb 07
The wonder of modern refrigerated transport is that we now can have any fruit at any time of year in the UK. And what a selection!! It is fantastic! I like lichees, kiwi fruit, cox's pippin apples, avocados and many more. Maybe the best is avocados because they remind me of our house in Salisbury, Rhodesia which had a huge, 40 foot avo tree in the garden with the most delicious fruit. Happy memories! A close second would be hannapoort (spelling?) grapes in Cape Town which have a flavour all their own. Unfortunatly, they don't travel very well so you have to go to CT to experience one of the world's greatest taste explosions!!
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@ashjoe76 (1434)
• India
6 Feb 07
Yeah, thanks for reminding me of avocados! I love them very much. I love kiwi fruit too, but they are too costly on my side of the world. I have never seen an avocado tree. Once I had some ice-cream with a half-split avocado as the cup and that was simply great.
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@smacksman (6074)
6 Feb 07
Wow! I've never had ice cream in an avo! Sounds like a great idea. I must try it some day. Thanks for the idea.
@rosie_123 (6118)
6 Feb 07
I love all fruit except bananas - somehow, I just can't take to them! My favourite would also probably be grapes (seedless or otherwise), and I also love mandarins and clementines, and some of the soft Summer fruits like raspberries. Melons are wonderful too!
@ashjoe76 (1434)
• India
6 Feb 07
I wonder why you do not like bananas! I simply love them. I have never had mandarins or clementines and have no idea what they are like. So many fruits I haven't even tasted! That means, I really have many things to look up to.
@sripriya (450)
• United States
9 Feb 07
I like oranges the most because of its several health benefits.One of them is that it has several healing benefits beecause of the phytonutrient compound present in them.
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@brimia (6584)
• United States
9 Feb 07
I like most fruits. I also really like seedless grapes, apples, bananas, pineapple...my favorite though is probably mango.
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@Bee1955 (3886)
• United States
9 Feb 07
All this talk about fruit has gotten me hunry. I love seedless grapes - green, red and purple! They can be warm or cold. Pears are my second choice, I like them to be a little overripe - soft and easy to chew!
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@cultoffury (1283)
• India
9 Feb 07
Even I would second your opinion. But you should try the mangoes also, I am not sure what variety you get there. But here, I get around 20-30 varieties of mangoes in which a few are really unbelievably tasty. I also like pineapples chilled with sugar, they taste really good, but they hurt your throat.
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• India
7 Feb 07
seedless grapes are my favourite and really wonderful fruit - especially you can just have them as peanuts one by one watching your favourite soap on TV. But want to share this thought- Don't eat fruits immediately after meals will cause stomach to be bloated with air. Therefore take fruit 1-2 hr after meal or 1hr before meal.
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@nw1911guy (1134)
• United States
7 Feb 07
I tend to like oranges. The flavor is great and they seem so refreshing.
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@as2006 (5041)
• Israel
7 Feb 07
I love all kind of fruits but I'm diabetic so now I eat only 3 fruits a day: banana,apple and pear. One in the morning , noon and evening that all, it's pity.
@GardenGerty (105553)
• United States
6 Feb 07
I think I like whatever is in season. I enjoyed oranges quite a bit for a while, but with the freeze in California they are going to be much more expensive. A cold crisp apple is wonderful, and so healthy. I also like fresh pineapple really well.
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@yanjiaren (9050)
6 Feb 07
i am a banana fan..cos i am so lazy and i just peel one when i feel i need a good kick.
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@trinihd (996)
• United States
6 Feb 07
Grapes are definitely in my top ten, (whether or not they are refrigerated!) along with watermelons, mangoes (Julie and starch!), Pomerac (when they're really in good condition and sweet,) pommecythere (spondias cytherea) aka golden apple, pawpaw aka papaya, strawberries (when they're sweet), oranges (also when sweet), coconut (water and jelly, does that count?! lol), soursop. There was this fruit I got in Brazil that was similar to cacao (and soursop too actually) with pulp around beans that was very delicious, but I can not remember its name. It was very very, very delicious!! If I could only remember the name, it would certainly be in my top 10!
@ossie16d (11827)
• Australia
18 Feb 07
We are lucky in that we have an abundance of fresh fruit here in Australia, and most of it is actually grown here as well. In our own garden we have orange (2 varieties), mandarin, lemon, lime, fig, peach (3 different varieties), plum, apricot, apple (3 different varities) and strawberries growing. When they are in season we cannot eat all of them, so I make jams and preserves out of some of the extra and also give some away to friends as well. We also grow watermelon and rockmelon (cantelope) most years, so we have a wide variety available. Other friends have blueberries and blackberries while another couple have pear, cherry and grapes growing, so we have quite a little barter system amongst ourselves. Fruit is good for us and should be included in out diet every day. In addition during the season I will also buy bananas, mango and pawpaw or papaya, because they do not grow down where I live. We eat a lot of fruit and at the same time also like a large variety. This year I hope to get a drying unit, which means that next season I will give drying the fruit a try. :)
@andrika (386)
• Indonesia
18 Feb 07
do you know how to make a seedless grape? i think they put it on chemical or spay it. i don't know wether its save to my body or not.
• United States
17 Feb 07
I really love Sunkist oranges a lot. I never really ate fruits until I got pregnant last year. I would crave them and eat them for breakfast every morning. I still do. It became a very healthy habit that I will probably keep up with for the rest of my life.