The Irish are still in the middle of a period of fruit and vegetable fad.
The UK and US have seen the trend for years, with the US reaching its peak in the 1950s.
This has been followed by the US’ peak in 2011.
But as a whole, there is no clear consensus.
Some say we should all try to cut back on the amount of fruit we eat, but some say the fruit should be left to the farmers.
So what are the safe and safe-for-you varieties?
Pear, apple and plum What’s the official advice?
If you’re worried about your pear, apple or plum being spoiled, avoid eating them.
There’s no doubt that if you eat pear or apple that will spoil.
If you think you may be at risk from spoilage, you can try to get rid of the fruit and save it for later.
This is called “picking fruit”.
It’s not a surefire way of reducing the risk of spoilage.
However, if you can’t or won’t, it’s good advice to take your pick out when the fruits are still fresh.
The only exception to this rule is if you live in an area where fruit is not picked, such as the North East of England.
The USDA recommends picking the fruit when it’s ripe and the skin is very soft.
Cherry What’s a “good” cherry?
Cherry is not a “dangerous” fruit.
It’s just not a good one to eat.
It doesn’t have much flavour, and the colour isn’t as bright.
It can be eaten fresh or frozen.
Pomegranate What is a “bad” pomegranates?
Pomegrene is a type of grapefruit with the seeds removed.
It is a fruit with a bright red and black colour and a slightly sticky, powdery texture.
It causes mild to moderate nausea, headaches and dizziness.
It may be a good option if you’ve had pomegrenesis before.
Sweet potato What is the official answer?
Sweet potatoes are good for the environment.
They are a very healthy food, with low levels of sugar, fat and cholesterol.
They can also be used as a substitute for bread.
They have been known to be eaten raw or cooked.
The official answer is that sweet potatoes should be eaten cooked.
It depends on the season and the quality of the vegetable.
However some experts say that they should also be cooked.
This can cause a mild form of vomiting.
Tomato What’s an “unsafe” tomato?
Tomatoes have a distinctive taste and can cause mild to severe stomach upset.
They’re best eaten raw, and if you don’t want to eat them, cook them.
Pineapple What’s “good and safe” for a pineapple?
Pineapples have a very mild flavour.
They taste like an orange.
They also have a slight sweet-to-salty taste.
However if you have stomach problems, you may want to avoid eating pineapple.
Pears and plums What are the “bad and safe?”
Pears, pears, plums, plumas, pomelo, pea, plumas, and pomegras are all safe and good for you.
However plums and peaches are very good for your digestive system.
They contain vitamin C and vitamin E, which help fight the symptoms of an upset stomach.
Pomelo is the “worst of the bad” in terms of taste.
It tastes bitter and may have a strong odour.
The “bad fruit” has a stronger taste than the “good fruit”.
Winter squash What is “safe and good” for winter squash?
Winter squash is very nutritious.
It contains vitamin C, potassium and vitamin D, which can help fight against some digestive issues.
Apple What is an “unsafe” apple?
It’s a little hard to tell, but apple juice has been known not to be safe for humans.
Some people have reported digestive problems after drinking a glass of apple juice.
However there is some evidence that apple juice can be beneficial for certain conditions.
The best way to choose an apple juice is to find a brand that has a label that says “all natural”.
The most common brands are Blue Moon, Trader Joe’s and Applebee’s.
It should be noted that if a brand is labelled as “all-natural”, it should be made from apple juice, not sugar.
Tomato juice What is ‘good’ tomato juice?
It tastes like lemonade, and tastes like water.
Some research has shown that it can help you control the symptoms you experience after eating something salty.
It also can help with nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.
But if you’re unsure about your health or the type of food you’re eating, try to taste it as it comes through the mouth. It