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 How to Use Frozen Figs?

Answer Figs are grown in warmer climates, such as the Mediterranean coast. Because fresh figs are rare in North America, most Americans' experience with figs come from the dried variety and those found in... Read More »
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I have a fig tree and every year the raccoons eat ALL the figs. How can I keep the raccoons off my figs?

I had the same problem with animals eating my figs. My dad built a cage around it(wood frame, plastic netting). It helped to some extent. But birds would manage to get in there and then are too ... Read More »
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How to Dry Figs?

Figs are a highly nutritious food that contain iron, calcium and potassium. They have more fiber than most other fruits or vegetables, including both soluble and insoluble. Figs are very healthy sn... Read More »
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How to Grow Figs?

Figs are popular fruits that are eaten fresh or dried, and included in baked goods and preserves. Figs are grown from fig trees. Figs grow well in the southern and western United States, as well as... Read More »
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How do I Use Fresh Figs?

"Although dried figs are available throughout the year, there is nothing like the unique taste and texture of fresh figs," reports whfoods.com. Fresh figs are chewy and their seeds are quite crunch... Read More »
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