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To whomever is setting this non-permitted traps, please stop. We've already had to free Deputy Vannatter twice this week. Also, as Deputy Fry found out, the powder on the powdered doughnuts you're using for bait is very hard to get out of our green uniforms. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding in this very delicate matter.

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To whomever is setting this non-permitted traps, please stop. We've already had to free Deputy Vannatter twice this week. Also, as Deputy Fry found out, the powder on the powdered doughnuts you're using for bait is very hard to get out of our green uniforms. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding in this very delicate matter.

cashew appleThis Brazilian fruit looks like a squishy apple with an odd-looking stem growing out of it.  According to botanists, though, the grayish "stem" is actually the fruit, and it encloses the kidney-shaped cashew nut that we're familiar with.  The cashew apple is the yellowish-orange part that's attached to the fruit.  Cashew apples are juicy but somewhat astringent due to a high concentration of tannin.  Be careful of the grayish fruit that encloses the nut.  It contains toxic oils.

cashew appleThis Brazilian fruit looks like a squishy apple with an odd-looking stem growing out of it. According to botanists, though, the grayish "stem" is actually the fruit, and it encloses the kidney-shaped cashew nut that we're familiar with. The cashew apple is the yellowish-orange part that's attached to the fruit. Cashew apples are juicy but somewhat astringent due to a high concentration of tannin. Be careful of the grayish fruit that encloses the nut. It contains toxic oils.

In some islands, it is ccalled June plum, because they ripen once a year in June. In Barbados it is called a golden apple.

In some islands, it is ccalled June plum, because they ripen once a year in June. In Barbados it is called a golden apple.

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