Re: Green Seedless Grapes & other tasty fruits
They're in season in the fall, I have no idea how to tell if they're ripe but I've never gotten a green one. Had a delicious one over the weekend--huge, like most, so I shared it with friends.
You gently cut through the skin, it's about 1/4 inch thick. Then, you pull out a section of the inside. There are all these purple thingies. Each is sweet and strong-tasting. Each has a little white seed in the center. You put the purple pouch in your mouth and spit out the seed, like a cherry.
They're a lot of work, like eating whole crabs. But they're really tasty.