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ClareA | 00:42 Sun 23rd Jun 2013 | Food & Drink
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Does anyone know whether these can be bought in packs as a snack or for cooking? I discovered them in a yogurt recently and was really taken with the taste! I've googled them of course, but most sites seem to be geared toward people who want to grow passion fruit trees.
Are they just too expensive to produce as a snack? I could imagine adding them to all kinds of dishes.

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Cheers, headwreck! Yes, of course I could do that but I don't know of a source locally (Isle of Man, UK-ish), and also I admit I was looking for the easy way round!
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Oh yes, we've many greengrocers, plus the usual M&S and Tesco, etc. I've so recently discovered I like the seeds in the yogurt (by 'The Collective Dairy', apparently in West London, and no, I'm not a shareholder!) that I wondered whether I could buy packs of them, as you can, say, pumpkin seeds.
Then I'd be able to scatter them through all kinds of foods and give the Other Half another opportunity to say I was trying to poison him. He thinks I try to do that, incidentally, if any vegetable matter appears on his plate!
I doubt very much that you can buy the seeds on their own because they look like mush! I'm happy to be proven wrong!

Tesco sell passion fruit in packs of 3 as do M&S so I should think you can buy the whole ones there.

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