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Ours are just hitting ripeness now. I was gorging myself on them yesterday. I find that if you wait for them to get so ripe that the skin starts to split, they're perfect. Nice and mushy and oh-so-sweet-and smooth.
Thank you treker and Ank.
Looks good, I never saw them before.
Sounds like way tu much work.
Oh yeah. Thanks youl.
I have never made jam from them morris. And only one time, I made persimmon bread. My aunt & I found them and it took forever for us to remove the small black seeds from them and it was a pasty mess. Doubt I will do it again. LOL
Oh yeah. Excellent photo!
Rocks for jam?
Oh yes, they are delicious, but don't try eating them unless they are ripe, from the comments a few of us only know to well about this fact, Thanks mamahen.
Thank you sugarfoot.
'Bout ready to make pies! I can still remember...also tricking others into eating them too soon! Nice pic. Sugarfoot
Yes they are, but don't ever eat one off the tree if there hasn't been a frost or freeze yet! Ooooooeeeeee! They are bitter and you can't drink enough water or get the taste out of your mouth for quite awhile.
I've had these! And they're delish! Thanks.