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Black Sapote tastes like chocolate, Peanut Butter Fruit tastes like peanut butter, etc. : Permaculture Hello, I'm interested in growing plants that taste like healthier versions of my favorite foods minus all the processing. Here are some examples: Chocolate: Black sapote (diospyros digyna Jacq.) tastes and looks like chocolate without all the processing Peanut Butter: Peanut butter fruit (bunchosia argentea) tastes and spreads like peanut butter. Black Sapote tastes like chocolate, Peanut Butter Fruit tastes like peanut butter, etc. : Permaculture

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Ingredients 1 1/2 lb small pickling cucumbers (like Kirby), cut in half lengthwise 2 cups white distilled vinegar 2 cups cold water 4 cloves garlic, sliced 3 tablespoons kosher salt 1 tablespoon dill seed* 1 tablespoon mustard seed* 1 teaspoon red-pepper flakes 1/2 teaspoon celery seed fresh dill Directions: Evenly divide the garlic, dill and cucumbers among four wide mouthed pint jars. In a large bowl, mix together vinegar, water, red pepper flakes, celery seed, salt, mustard seed and dill seed. Use a funnel to fill each jar with brining liquid. Dill (Refrigerator) Pickles Dill (Refrigerator) Pickles
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