Don't get me wrong, I love eating high-fruit, it makes me feel great. But I live in Ireland, which doesn't exactly have balmy tropical conditions, and therefore a lot of fruit that would be regarded as staples by many LFRV eaters - bananas, oranges, grapes, etc. - is imported. Because I despise the oil companies and resent their stranglehold on world affairs and commerce, I try to buy as local and organic as possible, usually not buying anything from further afield than Europe and the Mediterranean (excluding Turkey and Israel). I falter a fair amount though (virtually all my bananas are South American) and there's really no excuse for that. So I'm looking into fundamentally changing the fruit I eat. There's so much that grows relatively well in this climate (wet/temperate) that gets overlooked or pushed out by cheaper imports, then there's all the wild fruit that I mentioned in another thread. I'd be interested in finding out about less "mainstream" fruit that does well in temperate conditions around the world, if anyone could point me to a few.