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I love “people watching”  while I browse through the produce section.  So much can be learned.   People, tap, thump, smell, shake and look for certain markings when selecting “that” perfect item.    I am not afraid to ask someone what and why they are doing. Years ago, I was in an Asian store and they had a large bin of pineapples up by the registers.  I watched a woman pluck the inner spears out from the top of the pineapple.   She had a layer of spears around her feet.  I just had to know what she was up…

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