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Shooting Star Fruit Salad

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

My husband recently went to Costco and bought a giant bag of frozen blackberries - yum!! Fresh berries are crazy expensive here ($10 for a pint of not-so-great-looking strawberries....) but the frozen ones are a little better. And organic!

And since the starfruit is virtually shooting off of our tree, and a friend recently brought over a bundle of bananas from his yard, I figured it was time to try this pretty plate again!

From my EtL friends - this is also great with your daily Tbs of ground flax sprinkled on it :)

Shooting Star Fruit Salad:
star fruit

Quite a simple dish!

(health description on website: veggiekate.com/20
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    Use to use the Star Fruit for making prints with my kinder students. Lots of fun in February and because they are so plentiful usually could get parents to send them in from their home trees.

    Did not realize they were available in September.

    2027 days ago
    JSTETSER - if only!! Haha! My grandma used to have a blackberry field near her house. I remember going and picking fresh berries whenever we would visit! Ahhh, the good ol' days!!
    2031 days ago
    That looks awesome!
    2031 days ago
    That does look delicious! I love the summers fruits!
    2031 days ago
    Beautiful, and I too love those COSTCO frozen berries/fruits.
    2031 days ago
  • DS9KIE
    the picture looks great but I bet it taste even better emoticon
    2031 days ago
    I love the star fruit! Right now we have a lot of blackberries in our back yard. Come and visit!
    2031 days ago
    Looks great!
    2032 days ago
    yes yes, I had fun playing with the presentation of this guy :)

    And now that i'm thinking about it more, I bet it'd be de-LIC-ious with a cashew-orange cream sauce over it... yummmm.... I think I'll have to try that soon!
    2032 days ago
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