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spotty gooseberry ??

glodh1973 Posts: 1,225 Forumite

Hi hoping someone can help are these still safe too eat??, also what causes them to go like this??



  • Lotus-eater
    Lotus-eater Posts: 10,789 Forumite
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    Mine go like that sometimes, usually when they get really old and soft. Should be fine to eat.
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  • Lazy_Liz
    Lazy_Liz Posts: 181 Forumite
    Yep I think they are ripening, should be fine to eat, maybe even taste quite sweet.
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