If it weren't for the calories and cost I'm sure I'd eat bananas all day long.
Anyway, I put berries in things a lot, frequently use apple, love citrus but don't eat it as much as I should, and put melons and the like in the fruit category. The dried fruits I've been loving a lot these days -- in moderation -- are dates and figs.
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I love fresh fruit of all kinds. I grew up in Florida so I am partial to oranges, grapefruit and cantaloupe. I also love berries of all kinds and appreciate it when they are on sale!
Some...but not many. I prefer vegetables to fruit.
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I love fruit! Bananas are awesome for their versatility. They are great in smoothies, oatmeal, cereal, on a whole wheat bagel with peanut butter...they are great alone, too. Pomegranates might be my favorite though. They are only in season for a short time, and they are a lot of work to prepare, but they're so worth it!
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İ love fruit especially gala apples and fruit cocktails B'ye Del Monte.
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Yes love fruit. Do not care for strawberries but pretty much anything else is yummy. Only bad thing are the fruits you have to peel like oranges, kiwis...I love those and they are often my favorite but the turn off is having to peel them. They don't serve as a quick snack at work for this reason.
I love all fruit except for melons (which... even melons taste ok, it's their smell that puts me off).
I am so lucky to live in "orchard country" - fresh cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, pears, apples... pretty much in my back yard. But of course in winter it's mostly imported stuff (bananas, oranges, mangos etc). Berry season coming soon though! :D
Edited by: BUNNYKICKS at: 3/10/2013 (19:38)
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I like it, especially strawberries, oranges, frozen grapes, and pomegranate. I don't eat as much of it as I would like though because most of it is currently out of season here and it is often more work to prepare for eating than I want. Knives and I have a love hate relationship and I like most fruit chopped up for eating,
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859 3/10/13 7:21 P
Yes, mangoes are a favorite along with nectarines.
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I love fruit! I eat it everyday and am always looking for new and exotic varieties to try.
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I love fruit. I try to eat 5 servings a day. Always start my day with a fresh , juicy orange.
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1,508 3/10/13 1:32 P
I never use to. Now I like fresh fruit.
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I never used to like fruit and my fruit servings were once or twice a week. Now, I eat over 10 servings a day most days.
Orange, clementine, mandarin, or grapefruit segments in my salads. Sometimes dried cranberries, too.
A green smoothie once or twice a day means a combination of three of the following: banana, mango, pineapple, apple, berries, grapes, peaches.
And a snack for me is usually a clementine or an apple.
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I love fruit!! I usually just eat it with breakfast & lunch because it is higher in sugar. I love fresh strawberries, apples, blueberries, oranges & bananas. You can mix them with oatmeal, greek yogurt or make a smoothie! Delicious & healthy!
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3,171 3/10/13 11:29 A
I'm on team VEGGIE!!!
Eating fruit takes so much effort.
Veggies are easier for me to eat because I can mix them with my other food.
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11,616 3/10/13 11:21 A
yes, love my fruit and eat a lot of it everyday.
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I love fruit, but am careful about eating more than 2 servings a day, especially dried fruit and bananas because there is so much sugar in them.
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