Foraging and cycling

Foraging and cycling

Postby CommuRider » Sat May 05, 2012 3:22 pm

The lemon tree at SOP's Armory is weighed down by heaps of lemons. I hate seeing it go to waste. So if you are in the area and pretty tall, there are some wonderful ripe lemons at the top.

If you come across fruit trees in public areas that require harvesting, let your fellow cyclists know :D wish the Armory was less polluted, I could catch a fish, bbq it and squeeze lemon juice on top. Yum.
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Re: Foraging and cycling

Postby bigfriendlyvegan » Sat May 05, 2012 7:36 pm

Lemons, a bit of road kill and the milkshake some hoon throws at you... sounds like a meal to me.
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Re: Foraging and cycling

Postby Nobody » Sat May 05, 2012 8:04 pm

CommuRider wrote:...wish the Armory was less polluted, I could catch a fish, bbq it and squeeze lemon juice on top. Yum.
What makes you think the lemons are safe to eat if the area is polluted? Maybe that is one reason why the lemons are still there. They may not be too, but...

bigfriendlyvegan wrote:Lemons, a bit of road kill and the milkshake some hoon throws at you... sounds like a meal to me.
Don't hoons usually throw beer? :wink:
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