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Alia Vo
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Will Dried Fruits replace fresh ones ok?  Right now I'm eating Dried Apricots and Dried Pineapple.  


Yes dried fruits are acceptable and these two varieties are beneficial for blood type A's.

If possible, favor organic, unsulphured dried fruits as I believe the pesticides and chemicals on conventional produce can become more concentrated once the fruit is dried.

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Fabulous!  Thank you, dried fruit at times is just easier!  I do prefer fresh but not always convenient!  Enjoy!
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I guess I'm not much help here.  I'm posting because I'm a B.  However, I'm lucky if I can remember to eat any fruit at all.  Lately, though, I have gotten in the habit of eating Wyman's frozen wild blueberries in the morning and one-half red grapefruit one-half hour before supper.  I do drink pineapple juice for my morning B cocktail.


Those r great fruits !!
I eat blueberries with yogurt and sometimes even add honey to it

I picked up some pink grapefruits the other day and they were quite delicious and very juicy ...
just lovely ... however; I eat a whole one in one sitting  

Do u make ur own pineapple juice for ur  morning B cocktail or can u recommend a good brand ?
Thank-u  


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I agree with a bove a little - but only because having come to UK the quality of store bought fruit is just not worth the extra money. Whatever happened to the real Blackcurrant Squash here?....having said that though in the ethnic markets they sell fresh Dates {which I like better than the dried}.

The main reason I can't wait for vacay - and eat Mangoes til I  


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Fabulous!  Thank you, dried fruit at times is just easier!  I do prefer fresh but not always convenient!  Enjoy!


I concur that [organic] dried fruit is much more convenient, handy, economical to have on hand, it is very portable and one small serving fits into a woman's purse nicely.

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