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I wander if u know What Type can eat this fruit fresh/dried. i've checked food value list and some other writings nothing on it
iHope u can help
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I am an O gatherer with swami, tomatillo is rated as superfood  but not a diamond for me.


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SWAMI also has a rating for "Groundcherries, Cape Gooseberry, Poha" in addition to tomatillo

Physalis peruviana is Cape gooseberry
Physalis philadelphica is tomatillo

I am used to goldenberries being
Physalis peruviana but depending on where you live it may
besed differently.


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I am an O gatherer with swami, tomatillo is rated as superfood  but not a diamond for me.

just trying to clarify this to myself
SWAMI says that this is superfood for ur type etc. But, yourself as an individual it didnt react posit. on ur body?  if im right can u say how did it affect u?

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SWAMI also has a rating for "Groundcherries, Cape Gooseberry, Poha" in addition to tomatillo

Physalis peruviana is Cape gooseberry
Physalis philadelphica is tomatillo

I am used to goldenberries being
Physalis peruviana but depending on where you live it may
besed differently.


what a mix. now i feel more confuesed aboutt this fruit.
as if this diet its not complex enough....


hopefully ill b able to make a decision in d manner it affects me. but maybe not a good idea overall... Pity gorgeous flavour ,very satisfying

p.s. why r those Smiles grey face? who wants to communicate to a person withGrey Face?! personally grey colour to me is like a grey day....no salt nor pepper.
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No, sorry let me reword it,  on my swami, there are superfoods, some of which are marked with a diamond meaning they are super, superfoods.  So for me it is a goodfood, but there or other choices that would be somewhat better. But no matter, it is a good food for me, I make my own salsa using lemon juice with it, and I don't have any ill effects from it.  Hope that is clearer understanding. This site is the fruit in which I think we are both talking about.  I have the verte, and the purple ones

http://www.burpee.com/vegetables/tomatilloes/




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No, sorry let me reword it,  on my swami, there are superfoods, some of which are marked with a diamond meaning they are super, superfoods.  So for me it is a goodfood, but there or other choices that would be somewhat better. But no matter, it is a good food for me, I make my own salsa using lemon juice with it, and I don't have any ill effects from it.  Hope that is clearer understanding. This site is the fruit in which I think we are both talking about.  I have the verte, and the purple ones

http://www.burpee.com/vegetables/tomatilloes/



ok
that clarify it
Neither of d fruits on d web u've mentioned is d fruit i'm talking about.
Goldenberries/Physalis which i buy r small and yellow about 1.5cm in diameter.
ty
in few posts above i'm   due to confusion/complexity/no clarity as it looks like in some countrys tamatillo or physalis its not d same in some other country.....

here's d post
"SWAMI also has a rating for "Groundcherries, Cape Gooseberry, Poha" in addition to tomatillo

Physalis peruviana is Cape gooseberry
Physalis philadelphica is tomatillo

I am used to goldenberries being
Physalis peruviana but depending on where you live it may
besed differently.


what a mix. now i feel more confuesed aboutt this fruit.
as if this diet its not complex enough....


hopefully ill b able to make a decision in d manner it affects me. but maybe not a good idea overall... Pity gorgeous flavour ,very satisfying "


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Does anyone know how to get that annoying, sticky "goo" off the tomatillo once the leaves are peeled? UGH! Now the goo turns my stomach.


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I just wash mine, if they are ripe, the goo is less


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groundcherries, cape gooseberries, poha;  are neutral on my swami

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My tomatillo plant is thriving here in the desert weather!
It is a superfood for me and I love it!
I just wash them well, chop them up with onion, garlic, fresh squeezed lime and sea salt.  


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Wonderful, Cajun, I also planted tomatillos, they did great in the spring, although large they look kind of sad right now. Our night temps have been in the 80's. Tomatillo, like warm days, cool nights, (70's) I bet they are doing well in your desert. Enjoy!


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delicious!


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Quoted from cajun
My tomatillo plant is thriving here in the desert weather!
It is a superfood for me and I love it!
I just wash them well, chop them up with onion, garlic, fresh squeezed lime and sea salt.  


Sounds delicious, Cajun.  Mine are growing very well, also, in Central PA.


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what a mix. now i feel more confuesed aboutt this fruit.
as if this diet its not complex enough....


hopefully ill b able to make a decision in d manner it affects me. but maybe not a good idea overall... Pity gorgeous flavour ,very satisfying "



Hello and welcome.
Don't despair. There's nothing particularly confusing about your question, which is: What are we to do about food items that are not listed? In his books, Dr. D'Adamo instructs his readers to consider them Neutrals.
I think your plan to do so, and to see if it agrees with you or not, is a good one.  



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