dried persimmon

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    1. Sorrowful 114 months ago | reply

      What`s that?That`s look like fruit.

    2. intutum 114 months ago | reply

      great! i did not know you could dry persimmons. what do you do with them dry?

      i like the pic, it looks like it might be in the country, and that it is an older house.

      japanese persimmon: an Asiatic persimmon (Diospyros kaki) that is prob. native to China but has been developed into numerous horticultural forms especially in Japan
      2 : the fruit of the Japanese persimmon which is usually larger than native American persimmons

    3. tamaki 114 months ago | reply

      this is my friend's house.
      he is a farmer.
      ...I don't know how to make this, sorry intutum.
      hanging in the cold wind after pared, I was heard.

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