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Old 11-08-2010, 09:14 AM   #31
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I tasted a quince for the first time this summer. It's sort of tasted like a very mild apple, with the texture of an unripe pear. Perhaps the quince I had was not quite ripe? Not sure.

It wasn't bad tasting, but to me apples and pears just taste so much better. I actually thought the quince eaten as a raw fruit was a bit flavorless. Your tatebuds may think differently.
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