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My MIL put out in her garden what she thought was canteloupe. It wasn't. She ended up with these small orange melons. They smell sweet and similar to canteloupe. Does anyone know what they might be? Whatever they are she has a lot and has know idea what to do with them. Mary Moses Get a

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    mluckduck8@aol.com
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    My MIL put out in her garden what she thought was canteloupe. It wasn't. She ended up with these small orange melons. They smell sweet and similar to canteloupe. Does anyone know what they might be? Whatever they are she has a lot and has know idea what to do with them.

    Mary Moses



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    cardinalmomm@wmconnect.com
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    <FONT FACE="arial,helvetica"><FONT SIZE="3" PTSIZE="12">Hello,
    My brother gardens alot, he asked-Is it orange skinned or orange fleshed? Or both? He says that some cantelopes are actually orange skinned.


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    melissa
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    Liss
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    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="625491321-07082007">They sound like Musk Melon to me, the look almost like cantaloupe, smell like cantaloupe and taste like Over-Ripe Cantaloupe. We cut them into chunks and froze them in Vacuum seal bags, the kids like to use them to make fruit smoothies, a handful of melon chunks, 1/2a banana and a couple frozen strawberries. Add a little OJ to thin as needed.
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    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="625491321-07082007">Yummy!
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    My MIL put out in her garden what she thought was canteloupe. It wasn't. She ended up with these small orange melons. They smell sweet and similar to canteloupe. Does anyone know what they might be? Whatever they are she has a lot and has know idea what to do with them.

    <FONT lang="0" face="Arial" size="2" PTSIZE="10" FAMILY="SANSSERIF">Mary Moses





 

 

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