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by user 69 • Id 110 • from Sydney, Australia • 321 views • 4 years ago
This apple has been kept out in the open for 3 weeks, it is losing it is colour and has developed a brown spot which is soft to touch. (See picture). Wondering if it is okay to...more

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Pumpkin - Gramma
by user 280 • Id 392 • from Queensland, Australia • 166 views • 4 years ago
Roast, fry, mash yummy...more

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by user 71 • Id 149 • from Randwick, New South Wales • 162 views • 4 years ago
Endive was purchased from a local grocery store three days before it was consumed. Most areas were good to eat, others were removed and thrown away....more

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by user 280 • Id 394 • from Queensland, Australia • 144 views • 4 years ago
Different varieties are pictured here and despite their size the flavour was amazing. All spray free which probably helped!...more

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by user 69 • Id 220 • from Sydney • 143 views • 4 years ago
Checked these onions out at Maloney's Grocer, Coogee. Did not look fresh- hence, did not buy!...more

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Red Cabbage
by user 71 • Id 75 • from Randwick • 128 views • 4 years ago
Areas of Discoloration were present that needed to be removed before being eaten...more

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by user 71 • Id 76 • from Randwick • 117 views • 4 years ago
Difficult to know whether there is any dirt or other items inside the bushel that should not be in broccoli....more

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by user 71 • Id 104 • from Randwick, NSW • 106 views • 4 years ago
Bought at local grocery store and kept in refrigerator for 2 days before watermelon was consumed. ...more

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by user 76 • Id 92 • from Coogee • 58 views • 4 years ago
Stored in fridge for few days without covering wrap....more

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Mango (Ripe)
by user 439 • Id 736 • from Philippines • 40 views • 4 years ago
Philippine Mangoes are some of the sweetest fruits one can ever try. Mangoes are rich in minerals & vitamins such as Vitamin A & E. & a great source of fiber. Because of it...more

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