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Re: Persimmons food of coon, fox, coyotes, and humans

I froze about 6 cups of persimmon pulp this year. Been making pudding out of it, absolutely delicious! The fruits themselves are pretty fantastic when they're fresh. I might try making ice cream out of some of what I have left in the freezer.

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Re: Persimmons food of coon, fox, coyotes, and humans

great fruit when ripe, but when you bite into a bad one, makes you feel like you are trying to suck the back of your throat right out into your lap

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Re: Persimmons food of coon, fox, coyotes, and humans

Yeah, that's why I ripened them inside. I picked a whole bunch while they were still hard, put them in a cooler with a couple of apples, and left it closed. Checked them every day, and it took about a week but almost all of them ripened right up.

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Re: Persimmons food of coon, fox, coyotes, and humans

Hippie: Do you have a that pudding recipe? I'd love to try it myself. PM me if ya want, thanks

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Re: Persimmons food of coon, fox, coyotes, and humans

I used this one: http://www.persimmonpudding.com/reci...stpudding.html Came out really well.

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Re: Persimmons food of coon, fox, coyotes, and humans

I was viewing Coyote research for the state of Tenn... Of all the fruits coyotes eats..It was the persimmon that they found more of in the coyotes stomach..
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persimmons great place to hunt deer...better than oaks..acorns

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Re: Persimmons food of coon, fox, coyotes, and humans

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persimmons great place to hunt deer...better than oaks..acorns
Absolutely, especially after a windy day!!!!
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