Question of the day.

Do you prefer strawberries, peaches or blackberries?

My answer:

I love all! But if I had to choose one, I think I’d go with blackberries. As a kid I loved pretty much anything peach-flavoured, nowadays not to such an extend, but I still do like a lot of peach-flavoured things. I much prefer canned peaches to fresh peaches but fresh peaches aren’t bad. And strawberries are great too though I hate most strawberry-flavoured stuff, like strawberry ice-cream… yuck! But I think blackberries are the best out of them.

What would you choose? ๐Ÿ™‚

8 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. Well, here’s the problem. You can’t get natural strawberries here except for one or two weeks in May from the local farmer’s markets. Year round, if you go to the grocery store, you can only get the styrofoam berries that are mass-produced in California, from what I understand. They’re huge, styrofoamy, and similar in appearance–no natural variations or bends. They taste like, well, styrofoam. But I do love actual strawberries, and so when my dad and I manage to get some, I make shortcake with ice cream and chocolate syrup, because it’s such a rare occasion. None this year due to the farmers markets being closed. No derby either, for that’s when we often do the shortcake. Sad face.

    I’m not a huge peach fan, but I do love blackberries! A yummy fruit!!

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    1. Wow, really?! :O Oh no, that’s just so sad! Now I think I’ve always taken strawberries very much for granted. It’s really shitty that you don’t get them for longer during the year. Here the strawberry season is much longer, though it starts in June and ends in late August, but you can get relatively good, albeit imported and full of chemicals, strawberries already in April if you’re lucky and really miss them, I’ve actually eaten strawberies for the first time this year in March but they weren’t particularly good quality.


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