PHOTO OF THE DAY: Avocado harvest

photo of the dayPhotographer captured this shot on the east coast of Dominica

Photo by RS

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5 Comments

  1. September 7, 2016

    I would like to invite all the so call Dominican diasporas who miss the Mango season to come home and enjoy the Avocado season it”s good with Farrin,, avocado has great health value we are blessed with an abundance this year, also for those of you who love kenip they are also in abundance this year ,so hurry down nuh.

    • Peter
      September 8, 2016

      We would love to, however travelling to Dominica is too arduous. Too much loitering at airports waiting for transfer flights to Dominica is not alleviated by the enjoyment of the avocados, as we still have to contemplate the same arduous return flight.

  2. Tell the Facts
    September 7, 2016

    Beautiful! Whether it is called a fruit or vegetable, I love eating it. I try to have one a day. There are times they are sold in a package of 5 for $3.99 or a little more. I do my best not to purchase them and wait when they are reduced, sometimes 5 for $2.99. In my estimation, this is a normal price. :)
    What I have observed in this Toronto (those who reside, as consumers here should observe it), when prices are high, they are not purchased, soon enough the owners are forced to reduce them. Then they are bought as hot bread. :) This is the trick consumers must learn especially in these so-called progressive countries. The cost of living is high.
    I have learned it. Unless it is urgent (only for entertaining) will I purchase the normal price.
    Fellow D/cans, Google the health benefits of Avocados. Eat/drink your fruits and vegetables and let us remain healthy for as long as we possibly could, in addition to being kind to one another.
    God bless!

  3. Dominican in London
    September 7, 2016

    To think there is such an abundance of such beautiful avocados on our blessed island and I am forced to pay almost £4 for one avocado, ( as I absolutely love them) at Blue Mountain in Harlesden!

    If only………..

    Enjoy

    • Jon Jones
      September 12, 2016

      Lol, and I thought £2.50 in Hackney was high.

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