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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #45 on: Oct 30 08 11:45 »
hahahahaha.
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They all hang out at Sprouts in the SUB. Vegan day is tomorrow oh and no cups either its bring your own cup if you want tea or something.



 
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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #47 on: Oct 30 08 11:55 »
purelife wrote:
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I don't think I have ever had a persimmon.  How would you describe what a persimmon might taste like, purelife ?



When it's really ripe, it's kinda sweet, but a dry sweet.  It's tough for me to describe how it tastes like.  Some people don't like it because there really isn't much of a taste to it.  You'll have to try one.  
   There are two types of persimmons.  The persimmons that are in the pic are eaten when they are soft otherwise they are very bitter (I think these are called "fuyu" persimmons).  There are the flatter shaped type which are eaten hard.......like crunching on a sweet carrot.

 Myself, I prefer dried persimmons


   

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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #48 on: Oct 30 08 01:06 »
Are these the dried persimmons you are referring to 49er?  I like 'em too.  The other ones are too mushy for me.

     

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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #50 on: Oct 30 08 01:23 »
I'm craving mushroom soup and scalloped potatoes.  
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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #51 on: Oct 30 08 01:25 »
I like persimmons too. You can actually get them at T&T. They're cheap-ish now.

 

  Hot sweet soy milk with Chinese crullers. Hmmm..... just the solution for a cold, cold day.  
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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #52 on: Oct 30 08 01:26 »
purelife wrote:
Are these the dried persimmons you are referring to 49er?  I like 'em too.  The other ones are too mushy for me.



    These are the hard variety.

 The dried persimmons, I think are dried from the soft variety.  They are sold in chinese grocery markets, are coated with a white powder.  I usually wash the white powder off before I eat them....here's a pic

 


   

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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #53 on: Oct 30 08 01:27 »
Oh, I think I had dried ones before. What's the white powdery stuff?
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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #54 on: Oct 30 08 01:29 »
Oh, I've had those dried ones.  My mom fed them to us a long time ago.  I think I liked them.  I had no idea they were persimmons.  

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« Reply #55 on: Oct 30 08 03:42 »
I'm not sure if I've had dried persimmons before.  Every kind of muey takes the same to me.
 I think the white powder is a mixture of salt, sugar and spices.
 
   
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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #56 on: Oct 30 08 07:22 »
Muey ?  Now what don't I know.  What is this Lil Me ?

  Those persimmons are really pretty.  I'm going to try some.
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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #57 on: Oct 30 08 07:26 »
lol Michel you don't like the Student Union Building. It's where everyone goes its the building of freedom from international capitalists except for the place where you can get Starbucks, that place is run by the university.  
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Re: What are you craving for?
« Reply #58 on: Oct 30 08 07:28 »
It's this genre of dried fruit that's covered in a salt/sugar/spice mixture.  Personally, the smell of it makes me feel slightly car sick, because my parents used to bring bags of it on loooong car trips.  Just bring on the easy listening music on QMFM and it's a genuine car sickness flashback.
 
   
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« Reply #59 on: Oct 30 08 07:30 »
SD- is the SUB cafeteria still there?  That was my favourite place to eat for years.  (oh, besides The Bay cafeteria and the lunch counter at Woolworth)  You got to carry that red tray around and choose your drinks...the milk machine was the best!  The choices seemed endless.  
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