Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Dragon Fruit for Dinner.

I'm trying to shed some excess weight. :) Yesterday Cec's dad gave us some dragon fruits which he bought from Kuala Pilah. The color is deep purple and they taste ... hmmm ... heavenly.



After two slices, I'm still feeling a bit hungry. Gonna have some bananas and apples in while.

By the way, it has been 40 days now since I had my last cigarette. I'm feeling really healthy now. Just need to get regular exercises, and I should be on the right track.

12 Comments:

At 11:42 PM, Blogger anisism said...

dragon fruit eh? i've never had that before, but i've seen it. it looks too weird it doesn't appear as "edible" to me? hahaha. but good on ya for that 40 self-tormenting-days. may the force be with you for more days to come!

 
At 10:53 AM, Blogger chech_mak said...

yup! MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU! ;)

and pray the haze will disappear by Saturday for some fun in the sun!

 
At 11:00 AM, Blogger Camus said...

I took some pictures of how the fruit looked after it has been sliced, but have not managed to upload it yet. It looks delicious, I tell you.

The past 40 days have not been that challenging because I would associate the taste of cigarattes with disgusting things and that put me off from smoking. And of course, the 4-day Melbourne trip helped. :)

 
At 1:41 PM, Blogger LcF said...

taste heavenly?! Oh... I really cannot understand. None of my family members like it. It taste pale.

Kluang, Johor has alot dragon fruits, by the way.

 
At 1:45 PM, Blogger Camus said...

Hi Liew! Thanks for visiting my humble blog and dropping a line.

The ones which I've tasted so far, and I've just been introduced to dragon fruits, are very sweet and delicious. Hmmmm, perhaps it's about time you try the dragon fruits from Negeri Sembilan, eh?

 
At 2:44 PM, Blogger 5xmom ~chanlilian.net~ said...

Hi! First time commenting. Do you know that they made wine with dragon fruits? It taste not bad too. Oh ya, I blog it too here
http://penangfaces.chanlilian.net/archives/2005/07/red_dragonfruit.html

and there is a big article in the Star paper today, in the Northern section, I think.

 
At 10:59 AM, Blogger Camus said...

Wow, another big name in the blogosphere left a comment here. :)

Thanks 5xmom. Love your malaysiabest.net, the photos are great!

 
At 5:11 PM, Blogger anisism said...

now...that's exactly WHAT i meant by it doesn't look edible. looks like it has been soaked in purple acrylic for awhile. MUAhhaHAHha.

 
At 7:10 PM, Blogger CestmoiCK said...

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At 7:11 PM, Blogger CestmoiCK said...

Camus, kena spam ke? :)

Btw, I don't fancy dragon fruits either. Rasa very tawar hambar (everytime I get those tawar ones, why ahhh??? no wonder la I tak minat!)

Hi Lilian!! :)

 
At 11:43 AM, Blogger Camus said...

Ish, I never realized that they are penetrating blogs now. They'll never go away will they?

CK,

The ones I tried are all sweet and tasty. I guess I have yet to taste the tawar ones. Now I know why some people don't fancy the fruit.

 
At 9:39 AM, Blogger chech_mak said...

We've been lucky not to get the tawar ones yet :).

Is there anything we could do to block such spam?

 

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