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deannclaudia
Aug 5, 2018 7:58 PM CST
I think I have Turkish figs. (they hae a purplish flesh, green colors that turn brown when ripe. Hurray! This is my third year with them and I'll be getting about 100-159 figs. I eat a lot of them; but how do I store them so they'll keep both flavor and shape?
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ediblelandscapingsc
Aug 5, 2018 8:03 PM CST
they don't store well, preserving them is the only way to keep them by drying or in jams ect. If you show me a picture of a ripe fig I might be able to tell you if it's brown turkey or another type.
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