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What was the last piece of fruit you ate?

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I last had a banana.....
I have bought so much fruit this week, that I will have to throw some out - i bought blueberries, strawberries, apples, peaches (which were delicious), bananas, mango, mandarins and orange!

I don't know why I buy so much each week!
The blueberries at the moment are delicious and the best I have ever tasted, and the Calypso mangos are out and they have a smaller pip and easier to get the flesh off it!
by Finy
Just remember that fruit has sugar in it, so it is important not to eat more than two or three pieces a day if you are diabetic
by Lluxi
. . . and the riper the banana, the worse it is for diabetics . . . :((((
by Rice
I had a peach last night after dinner. It was a bit tart, because it is new seasons, but it will get better. I love this time of year with all the berries and stone fruits available. It's something I look forward to, and it really makes me feel like summer has arrived.
I have just this minute finished a banana and this morning I had an orange.
by Rice
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