How good are you at picking loose produce from supermarkets?

I reckon I’ve got satsumas down. Give them a good squeeze, if they’re proper soft then you’re laughing all the way to the bank, the squishier the better. Can’t seem to get avos right, try and pick a softish one but I open it up and often it’s a bit brown :expressionless:

Any tips? Give the melons a big old squeeze do you? I bet you do mate.

Where the fuck are you getting loose sumas from?

Someone shut this thread down.

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M&S yo! Or easy peelers as they call them :confused:

M&S wanker

No! I don’t squeeze anything. I go by colour of avocados and I just grab any melon and wait till I get home before I give them a good squeeze.

Aha! Does this system work for you witcho?

ALDI CUNT!

And you can buy one of them?

We were discussing M&S fruit just yesterday. I buy their red apples, don’t bother with anything else. Who would buy a banana from M&S? I suppose the DiS answer would be tories.

You could get a good dark one of a good pale one. OVERRULED

Don’t buy fruit & veg from a supermarket.

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*aldi

Pretty much go there most days on my lunch and buy a loose 'suma and a banana. The banana gets eaten about half an hour before I go out on my bike for that sweet slow release energy.

So far, yes!

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Edited, thank you.

Will be employing this technique in the future, cheers chief!

Their grapes are always amazing. Crisp and juicy.

i squeeze every avocado in the damn shop and still pick a shit one

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To be fair, I have only recently adopted this technique because I didn’t really eat many avocados. So I say it works but I’ve only done it three times :smiley:

100% success record on the most dickheadedly precious of all veggies (it’s probably a fruit actually isn’t it :roll_eyes:) is very good going.

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I always find pineapples a bastard despite using the leaf technique. Theyre always unripe, unripe, MOULDY! :confused: