Red Grapes or Green Grapes?
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Which grapes do you like the most? Red or green?
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I don't mind as long as they are seedless.
Are seedless grapes genetically modified?
Hey lynne, nope not gm. They've just been bred seedless over a long time.
Green Seedless, total winner! :)
Color doesn't matter for me. They got to be sweet and seedless..!!
Any colour that is sweet, no seeds and fresh.
Any color.. which are not sour..!!
Red grapes are so sweet and flavoursome, if you get them at the right time of the season. But, white grapes are great anytime.
My opinion seems to change each time I try them. I think it depends more on the quality of the grape itself than it does the colour. One type of grape I don't like, however, are black grapes.
As long as they're seedless I'll eat em!
Go the red. The green ones always seem to be softer
It varies for according to circumstances, but I'm probably more partial to red seedless than white - with the exception of lady-fingers, which are just so delicious that I'll put up with the seeds in any mood!
I like the black aussie grapes, no seeds and great flavour!
green and seedless for sure
Fresh and seedless, any colour
As long as they are seedless I will not discriminate!
I like green grapes.
Green and I wonder why.
Mostly red if eaten but white if they've been squashed, liquefied and fermented!
I generally prefer the red seedless grapes but there is variety of green seedless that is really tasty - I just have to find out which one it is!
Fiona G Davy
Red and seedless appeals to me.
Red with seeds good for cholesterol
Much prefer black grapes. Seeds are good roughage.
I prefer green, they seem to be sweeter or taste better to me.
I like black, red and green - as long as they are seedless.
I prefer green and seedless.
I like the black seedless best, more flavour and then next choice red, green only when on the table at other peoples homes.The dark grapes contain higher phytonutrients and antioxidants yay!
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