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I didn't know what Dutch drop was either. I found out through Google.
´Drop` is the Dutch word for salty liquorice. It's very different from the sweet liquorice you find elsewhere, but you'd probably hate it.
What's a "Dutch drop"? Seriously. I don't know.
On my third batch of dehydrating tomatoes, about half of them turned moldy within 24 hours of processing. That's a first. So I washed and bleached all the trays and will try again today. Weird.
Yes, that is real drop!
Are you bringing any of the kind that has a salt content just shy of lethal?
I'll bring some Dutch drop to the tasting...
Thanks for the invite to a persimmon tasting Randy. I'd come if I could.
I don't know if one can acquire a taste for a food, but my guess is they can to some extent, but not easily.
I'll eat anything unless I think it's bad for my health. I like, and will try more kinds of foods than anyone I've met.
I have a friend who always used to make persimmon pudding for Thanksgiving. It's fabulous!
Actually Randall, I've tasted both unripe and ripe persimmons. Biting into an unripe persimmon is the feeling as Sylvester the Cat has when Tweedy Bird puts alum into his mouth. Your mouth is puckering all the way down to your belly button. On the other hand, persimmon pudding is really tasty.
Carl, I think you're absolutely correct in visual stimulus having a great deal to do with what appears to be appetizing and what does not.
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