"Alas, the FDA does not look well upon miracle fruit, having forbidden its marketing to diabetics in the 1970s. The stuff is hard to find."
Limes tasted like lime candy, lemons like lemonade, and meyer lemons and red grapefruit were some of the most tasty things I've ever eaten in my life. On the other hand, pineapples and kiwi were cloying, coffee was mostly unchanged, and wine was just plain disgusting.Link
David Barzelay says:
Hi, I'm the guy who had the miracle fruit party and wrote the post to which you linked today. The guy from whom I got the miracle fruit grows the stuff in Ft. Lauderdale, and he charges actual overnight shipping plus $5 handling, and $1 per fruit. He'll also ship just the seeds, or the plants themselves. He said it was okay if I gave out his contact info, so I just posted it. Since earlier today, I've gotten almost sixty emails from people wanting to know where they could get some miracle fruit, so I figured you'd be interested in posting this info.
Also, by the way, the description in the original post says that our food blog is linked "above," but in fact you linked to the tipster's site. The link below ("Link") links to the correct blog, but to one of the posts, instead of to the index where readers can find both posts. You might just add a second link at the bottom, to the other post.
The miracle fruit thing was seriously awesome. Also, I love Boing Boing. Thanks for the links.
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