- Dec 13, 2007
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McIntosh has a white flesh, but Very tart, so color isn't an indicator. I AGREE that we should have as much genetic variety as possible.I think I may have seen something like that back in my days at Cornell, at the Ag experiment station in Geneva. At least, I remember a dead white (more or less, more of a very very pale green that overripened to sort of pale cream) apple with sweet, sort of soft flesh (sort of like a Golden Delicious, as I recall) I did try and grow some from the seeds I got and they did come up, but then the gardeners we had at the time pulled them out trying to weed our side pots. Remember they were some odd species like Malus chinesis x chinensis ( which is not a valid taxonomic name)
Gretel is an eggplant variety found in countries outside of the US. It might qualify as different from whatever Aubergine you have had before, Marie. (A little surprised that my spell-chequer knows the British name, Aubergine.)Grilled with what? Maybe I've tried the wrong one then.
And just never developed a like for kale or collards
Well, I'm having collards again with a cut-up hot dog. They're good!With collards, it’s about the ham hocks and onions.