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From: blissfully raw (98.77.142.189)
Subject:         Re: Condition of canistel
Date: January 12, 2013 at 7:47 am PST

In Reply to: Condition of canistel posted by Maltron on January 11, 2013 at 10:29 pm:

I'm one of those who have had a very bad reaction to overripe canistel. It was severe & sudden & I was overcome with weakness & felt faint. Fortunately I was able to immediately evacuate & that alleviated my acute symptoms. I refused to eat it again after that.

Prior to that, I had eaten canistel over the years, always organic, mostly always with the skins (unless very bruised or unusually tough) without any issues other than the awareness of its heaviness & inability to consume much. It's the densest fruit I know of, more dense than mamey & it's best to eat sparingly.

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