What Is It? Esoteric Edibles 1

Learning about what grows here in south Florida has exposed me to some rather oddball edibles. I want to start to expand on what I’ve learned about alternative items that add variety to the table. Food should be fun. Until the day where we all line up to eat our daily allotment of Soylent Green, I want to keep expanding my palate. Now if I could just get my kids to try some of these things….

(And yes, that is two articles in a row where I mentioned Soylent Green! Click here for the previous one.)

Now, off we go on about merry adventure into learning about non-mainstream edibles you can grow yourself….

Below is a picture of something from my back yard garden.

What is it?

What is it?

I will say that what is in the picture is seedless, and is edible.

 

Think about it, and comment below. Play fair, and don’t ruin it for others. I WILL be editing all comments in order to keep this fun for everyone.

Once you’ve done that, feel free to click on “Page 2″ to get to the next page…and the answer.

 

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13 comments:

  1. It looks just like a watermelon….so it has to be something else. I think it is a Black Seaman Tomato. I order some seeds off Amazon.

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