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debraw
Wednesday, September 19, 2007, 5:38am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi

I am new here and would be very grateful of your help.  I live on a raw diet.  I had previously discounted "Eat Right for your Type" but have recently realised that my body indeed does not react well to some of the "avoid" foods in the book.

My book, 2001 edition, does not mention cherimoya/custard apple.  Does anyone know if this is a permitted food for blood type AB?  It is just coming into season and I would normally more or less live on it for the next few months.

Thanks very much.
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Wednesday, September 19, 2007, 6:09am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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weeew, another AB-sis ...welcome...welcome...welcome...the more we get the better it is
sorry can't give you any reply coz being a swiss gal, I don't know what those mentioned apples are....

please click onto the membercenter and take our super duper green shield and put all desired infos you want give to us, under your avatar .....
welcome again and fine to have ya here on the board
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Thanks for the welcome Tomatilla.  I got myself the shield as you can see!

Cherimoya is a tropical fruit so I am not surprised you haven't heard of it in Switzerland although you might get them imported?  It is green in colour, a conical shape with spikes, and the flesh is white with a delicious creamy texture and large black pips.  

I do hope someone out there can tell me whether it is compatible with AB type?
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cherimoya = custard apple = sherbet fruit = chirimolla = chirimoya = (incorrectly) pawpaw   Pronunciation:    chair-uh-MOY-yuh  Notes:  This South American tropical fruit is shaped like a pine cone and has a gray-green, scaly skin. The soft white pulp inside has large black (inedible) seeds and tastes like a creamy blend of tropical flavors.  Hard cherimoyas should be stored at room temperature until they give a little when squeezed, then they should be refrigerated until they're ready to serve.  Substitutes:  atemoya OR sweetsop OR soursop (larger) OR llama OR combine equal parts strawberries, bananas, and pineapple.

As with any untested food, consider it a neutral and see how your individual body does before and after eating it.


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this sounds like a fruit I would like to try............ has anyone ever seen them at WF?



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sounds sooo yummy.......where might I get this, too  I didn't saw it here right now and our shops are very well assorted with all kinds of super fruits .....hmmm....
but if this fruit is very sweet, better not to go for a *royal*

and thanx debraw, for being thaaat obeissante
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I have been "scouring" the earth it seems for weeks now looking for fresh frozen jackfruit(durian).  It goes by many names I found out.

Anyway, finally today I found a site called http://www.friedas.com where they have a vast selection of exotic fruits, vegetables...  They had durian listed and when I called he said they only sell to stores and gave me a list of stores in my area; some large grocers where I should be able to get them to order it for me.

One of the fruits was cherimoya.  I thought I had seen that name before.  

Just thought I'd pass that along.


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I.... a site called http://www.friedas.com where they have a vast selection of exotic fruits, vegetables... One of the fruits was cherimoya. ...Just thought I'd pass that along.


thanks Joy!!  that's one thing I love about this website, everyone is so helpful and willing to pass on the good stuff!!  

What http://www.friedas.com has is Atemoya.........is similar to a cherimoya.......Not available in fresh form in the U.S. yet.   Let's see about canned............nope but did see this....posting this because of the time it takes to start producing

   Coquito Nuts........mini coconuts............These nuts come from the Chilean palm Jubaea chilensis which takes up to 50 years to start producing but will remain productive for hundreds of years.




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I've seen them here, but they weren't very fresh, most tropical fruits taste so much better where they're grown, and take on a sorta moldy flavor and scent after being stored.  Ever tasted a really fresh banana?  Just heavenly, and totally different from the ones they bring up.  I want to move to Hawaii  


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... most tropical fruits taste so much better where they're grown, and take on a sorta moldy flavor and scent after being stored.  Ever tasted a really fresh banana?  Just heavenly, and totally different from the ones they bring up.  I want to move to Hawaii  


ughhhh, well maybe I'll just let this one go........dont need anymore mold than I get on a daily basis anyway.           No have never had a fresh banana.      Would love to go to Hawaii, it's been one of my dream vacations..........after Italy of course.  



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One could possibly visit various co-ops, Latin markets, and Asian markets as alternative proprietors that may sell cherimoyas if they are not found in conventional grocery stores.

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Cheremoya hasn't yet been tested, so technically it's an "Unknown." This means you can consider it neutral if you are at an ideal weight and have no
health complaints.

http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/otd/archives/00000226.htm

here are more threads on the fruit
http://www.google.com/custom?q.....itesearch=dadamo.com


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