How To Eat A Peach - Poem by James McLain
Look for peaches that have a nice blush to them.
A good peach should have a little give to it when you squeeze it,
but still should be well centered and firm.
Watch the eye it may have sap oozing.
Worldly and avoid peaches with this problem.
Birds also, be aware of any overtly small holes.
Holes are usually made by worms and birds look for worms.
Next, cut them in half with out a sharp knife
and remove all of that which was left from the pit.
If the skin bothers you,
then obviously there is some thing wrong with you.
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