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    Florida is the only state in the country that produces watermelon from December to April
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    The mango is known as the "king of fruit" because of its numerous health benefits and popularity
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    The very first Haden mango tree is still alive today in Coconut Grove, Florida
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    Eggplants are technically berries
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    If all the boxes of Florida tomatoes shipped in a crop year were laid end to end, they'd stretch from Pensacola to Beijing, round trip
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    Garlic peels easier after microwaving it for 10 seconds
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    Florida mushrooms are available year-round
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    Honeybees pollinate 75% of Florida's agricultural crops
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    Over-ripe guava is great for jams and jellies
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    There are more than 47,000 farms spread across 9.5 million acres in Florida
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    Peanuts are harvested on 185,000 acres in Florida and yield about 3,450 pounds per acre
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    You can get a better sear on meat or fish by first patting it dry with a paper towel
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    Avocados contain more potassium than bananas
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    Florida-grown passionfruit can vary from the size of a plum to the size of a grapefruit
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    Florida is the only state that commercially produces guava in the continental United States
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    Avocados can replace oil or butter
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    Florida has more that 4,700 native or naturalized plants
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    The potato was the first vegetable to be grown in space
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    Wild-caught Florida shrimp is available year-round
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    Fresh dill pairs well with seafood
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