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RedCapsicum

  1 month ago

When you eat uncooked fruit, do you add any condiment/spice like salt, sugar, cinnamon etc to up the taste?

When I was growing up we used to put icing sugar or white sugar on strawberries to make them even sweeter! It was delicious but I no longer do that. We also put sugar on grapefruit. I like adding cinnamon to my fruit. A friend likes to add salt to her apples for extra taste.

Do you add anything that's a condiment/spice to uncooked sliced/unsliced fruit?
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KT051

  1 month ago
Sometimes but most times we just eat them the way they are. Reply
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jaysblueaus

  1 month ago
I try to eat fruit without added ingredients, only thing I will add occasionally is some cream for a fruit salad, adding sugar defeats the purpose of eating healthy Reply
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rolfie13

  1 month ago
No nothing. My grandma used to put salt on the apples also. Reply
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Yvonner1994

  1 month ago
I still use a bit of icing sugar on strawberries because it helps to draw out the syrup. Nutmeg and cinnamon on apples.
Chilies because they are a fruit..and they're...."Hot!"... You expected that one...didn't you Red? lol ;-)
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