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Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: FecalFace] #2911735
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Did you plant that sweet lime tree after watching Darjeling Limited? dancing

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Did you plant that sweet lime tree after watching Darjeling Limited? dancing


Haha, no but now I'll have to watch it again even though it's my least favorite WA film. dancing

I just went to the nursery like a dummy without any research, saw sweet lime label hanging and thought sweet, sweet lime.

Just reading about it now, it is a cross between citron and bitter orange and its technical name is "limetta" or "mosambi".
Apparently native to Iran and India, hence I thought it was called Persian Lime but oh no, that's Bearss lime. confused

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Are those haas? I get haas from the farmers market and they look almost exactly the same but the skins are nearly black instead of green like yours, and your flesh looks a little different (more water content, or lighter green flesh). To be overly specific, Hilltop Canyon Farm avos in Carp. They're the best I've ever had and I eat at least one per day.
Yeah, not to turn it into a WE/film thread but you got it and I sort of agree (the outdoor camp one was my least fav) cheers

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Originally Posted By: FecalFace
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I've never had a fresh avocado from California. Am I missing anything?


Fresh is a relative term with avocados because they don't ripen on the tree, so you can't eat them "fresh".

Which is great because you can pick them all year at your leisure, depending on the need.

The ones I picked today will probably be ready in a week to 10 days.

But yeah, you're missing out man. 🥑🥑🥑🥑🥑🥑🥑



Yeah, I get the thing about not being tree ripe, but I always think it's best to have the food at its source. Like, I don't think you can properly eat pineapple anywhere but Hawaii. Tomatoes, blueberries, watermelon....New Jersey. Peaches....Georgia, etc.


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Originally Posted By: _____
Are those haas? I get haas from the farmers market and they look almost exactly the same but the skins are nearly black instead of green like yours, and your flesh looks a little different (more water content, or lighter green flesh). To be overly specific, Hilltop Canyon Farm avos in Carp. They're the best I've ever had and I eat at least one per day.
Yeah, not to turn it into a WE/film thread but you got it and I sort of agree (the outdoor camp one was my least fav) cheers


No this is Fuerte, much bigger and meatier. I have Haas too but it didn't produce that well this year, it decided to have a growth spurt instead. shrug

We already turned the Keto thread into the avocado and citrus thread so turning it into the WA thread wouldn't be the worst thing. smile2

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Originally Posted By: FecalFace
Good one. Maybe margarita mix too.

I know they look like lemons but they are sweet limes and they're sweet AF

Just picked some. smile2

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All of that stuff is keto unless you're actually eating the lime and not just using the juice.

Avocado is a keto/low-carb/etc staple

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Originally Posted By: hal9000
I've never had a fresh avocado from California. Am I missing anything?

Yes. A lot


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Originally Posted By: ifallalot
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I've never had a fresh avocado from California. Am I missing anything?

Yes. A lot


Thanks, Obama!


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All of that stuff is keto unless you're actually eating the lime and not just using the juice.


How do you figure that. thought

Sweet lime juice is pure sugar.

If you eat it at least you get fiber.

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I try to eat an avacodo a day


It keeps constipation at bay.


Cholesterol too but that doesn't rhyme.

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Originally Posted By: hal9000

Yeah, I get the thing about not being tree ripe, but I always think it's best to have the food at its source. Like, I don't think you can properly eat pineapple anywhere but Hawaii. Tomatoes, blueberries, watermelon....New Jersey. Peaches....Georgia, etc.


That's just silly. You can find all of those locally grown at the farmer's market and some grocery stores. I bought papayas, blueberries and passion fruit grown in Goleta on Saturday. They also grow pineapples at that same farm. "Fresh avocados" is kind of a silly term since they don't ripen on the tree. Mexico and CA ship "breakers" everywhere, and they're every bit as good as "the source" when they get to you, maybe still unripe.

Read page 8 here to get a better understanding California Avocados

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Two mature avocado trees can provide enough oxygen for a family of four


Whoa if true.

I'm well oxygenated.

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Originally Posted By: _____
Originally Posted By: hal9000

Yeah, I get the thing about not being tree ripe, but I always think it's best to have the food at its source. Like, I don't think you can properly eat pineapple anywhere but Hawaii. Tomatoes, blueberries, watermelon....New Jersey. Peaches....Georgia, etc.


That's just silly. You can find all of those locally grown at the farmer's market and some grocery stores. I bought papayas, blueberries and passion fruit grown in Goleta on Saturday. They also grow pineapples at that same farm. "Fresh avocados" is kind of a silly term since they don't ripen on the tree. Mexico and CA ship "breakers" everywhere, and they're every bit as good as "the source" when they get to you, maybe still unripe.

Read page 8 here to get a better understanding California Avocados



Certain fruits produced in certain states are trash. California blueberries, for example. I wouldn't feed them to a goat.


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Certain fruits produced in certain states are trash. California blueberries, for example. I wouldn't feed them to a goat.


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