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Thanks for sharing, interesting and fun indeed
 
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Someone in the comments on that article is talking about cooking the latex out of the osage orange fruit. Says they taste like cauliflower. Has anyone here ever heard of this?
 
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I have read a few people who ferment the Osage Orange fruit as silage for hog feed.
 
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