Birds do. Here’s a clutch of haws that have used frost and sun to break their acids down into sugars.
This is the time of year that birds will come for them (and rose hips, and crabapples, and mountain ash). Cider and wine are made on the same principle. This is what reconciliation with the indigenous Earth looks like. It does not look like cold storage and long-distance trucking:
“Fresh” is not social and environmental health. Sorry.
Categories: Agriculture, green technology, pear cider, Wine
Great post 😁