Picking a Persimmon

Not sure when to buy your persimmons. This video makes it perfectly mushy—oops—I mean, perfectly clear. Take a look:


The persimmon stuff was cool, but she lost me with the Romaine lettuce.
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Foodaroo - March 24, 2008 10:44 AM

Actually, I think she's got it backwards. The flatter ones like the Fuyu can be eaten crutchy. It's the taller ones like the Hachya that can't be eaten until ripen.

Lilly - March 24, 2008 11:20 AM

My mama always told me to eat persimmons when they're squishy...I don't know what she was going on about w/the romaine either, so I wouldn't worry about it ;) (Looked like a perfect head of lettuce to me!)

Sara - March 24, 2008 10:05 PM

Yes that was a Fuyu and does not have to be soft and certainly not squishy. I like them softish though-if I can wait that long. Hachiya persimmons should be squishy. Never eat a Hachiya that's at all hard. It will be astringant and you will not be happy. Oh and Sharon fruit are usually just Fuyus from Israel.

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