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Monday, December 7, 2009

fig viewing his unsettling future


Andrew Schnorr said...

Also, I've only recently (well, recently in geologic terms) tried eating figs. I've always enjoyed them in their processed forms, but I actually found their pure form to be somewhat lacking, having a relatively indistinct flavor and a texture that just doesn't sit right on my tongue, teeth, or gums. Still, that's not to say that it was necessarily bad, nor was it without its charms; it just wasn't what I was hoping for. There's the possibility that I had a lame batch, or that I have to prepare them in someway other than just eating them, but right now, I'm not willing to give them another shot.

As such, I can only recommend figs with a single thumb.

Dave said...

(shhhhh... don't let this get out...The secret ingredient between the two forms of fig that you have experienced is called HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SUGAR...shhhh...)

Chris said...

Fig Newtons: The lifeblood of the fig industrial complex.